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Ziggy (Great Family Dog)   

In shelter Dog

Gardiner, NY, 12525
Pet name:
Ziggy (Great Family Dog)
Black Labrador Retriever
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Ziggy will give someone or a family LOTS of love and entertainment. He is a really funny boy who is 3 years old and 65 lbs. He would love another dog companion as he has lots of energy and loves to play. He needs a fenced in yard for sure. He LOVES the water and can spend hours playing under a sprinkler or being sprayed with a hose. He doesnt know a stranger. Loves all people and dogs.  He is so happy go lucky. Pix dont do him justice. Hes a HANDSOME boy.  Hes a really smart, very funny, goofy, happy go lucky boy. A must meet, for he will steal your heart for sure. (Fostered in PA - We do not text) (If you do not hear back from us within about 6 hours, send us your phone number, for there is clearly something wrong with your email!) Dogs Best Friend Adoption Center utilizes an adoption application and screening process. We require personal and vet references and a home check made prior to adopting one of our dogs. All of our dogs are companion animals that must be kept inside the house with the rest of the family members. All of our dogs are temperament tested, well mannered, and know some basic commands ~ they are worked with daily, as someone is always here with them. All of our dogs do well with other dogs and many do well with cats. Adoption are usually $595, depending on breed, age, size, vetting, and training of the dog (some pure bred or tiny dog fees are higher; older dogs or special needs dogs are much lower). This donation helps to pay for shots, de-wormings, spays, neuters, flea protection, heartworm/Lyme testing, treatments, transport fees, and other vetting/issues that might be needed, for dogs in our care. Dogs Best Friend dogs truly make wonderful family pets. Please  email us for an application. (If you email us and do not hear back from us within 24 hours, please try again, as we most likely did not receive your email!) (Also note that many of our dogs are fostered just across the border into PA)


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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