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Jase * came with Jax*   

In shelter Dog

Billings, MT, 59101
Pet name:
Jase * came with Jax*
Black Labrador Retriever
Hello, my name is Jase. I am a 6 year old male black Labrador retriever mix, current on vaccinations -rabies, distemper/parvo, dewormed, and neutered. 

Jase was surrendered with his brother Jax because their previous owner had sadly passed away. Jase is such an amazing boy! He is the perfect mixture of playful but calm. He would love to go on evening walks, then come home and lay next you you and watch TV. Jase is good with other dogs, cats and people of all ages. 

Adoption Fee $ 275 
This fee helps pay for the vaccinations, spay/neuter, boarding, food, and overall care and shelter of all the animals in our care.

**If youre unable to adopt, please consider donating or volunteering your time to these deserving animals currently living at HHP. They require care and love on a daily basis, which adds up monetarily. Our shelter is funded by donations and adoption fees alone. The need is great within our community and your support matters.

If you have questions, please stop by any day between 1pm-6pm. Contact our office at (406) 896-1700 or Angie (406) 860-8735.

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