Effective February 1, 2020 the adoption fee for dogs is $220 for adult dogs and puppies. This fee includes a test for heartworm and a fecal test. All of the dogs at Pet Project are tested and examined by a veterinarian before they arrive at the shelter. The adoption fee also includes vaccinations, microchip and spay or neuter.
Meet the fun loving Cooper!! Cooper is a 6 year old Bernese Mountain Dog/Lab mix....we are having some difficulty figuring out what breeds he is. Some people see Shepherd, some see Hound! Whatever mix he is, he sure is CUTE! A really nice looking boy and weighs about 60-65 pounds. He is such an amazing dog. This poor guy was surrendered to us by his owners due to NO fault of Coopers, he did nothing wrong. We are so sad for him losing his family and home especially since he is such a good boy and does not deserve this. Cooper is a happy and friendly boy, wants to be your friend right away and enjoys meeting new people. He is very well behaved and sits for treats and instead of giving you his paw, he will give you two paws.......it is so funny to watch. He is a very playful boy as you will see by his video debut, Cooper has lots of spunk. He is very entertaining, sweet, loving and FUN. Anyone would be lucky to be able to have a dog like Cooper and we hope to find him a home very soon. He seems to be doing well with the dogs back in the kennels however he has not met a dog one on one. He has met other dogs and seems to like them however we always ask that you bring your dog with to make sure they both like each other. He has met some cats in the vets office he was at and he did well. However we would like to test him ourselves just to be sure. Please apply for this cute happy guy, he is such a good boy!
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owners in being reunited with their pets. AAHA does not maintain a database of microchips of its own. It only links to registries such
as this one. The AAHA Universal Microchip Lookup Tool only searches the databases of companies that elect to participate in the