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In shelter Dog

Monroe, GA, 30656
Pet name:
Border Terrier
Apricot / Beige
Coat length:
Donatello is approximately 3 years old, weighing 30 lbs. and came to us from a local shelter. We are getting to know him as he is new to us. He will be neutered soon and will be available afterwards. Donatello is a sweet boy and loves to roll over for belly rubs. He walks well on a leash. He’s a short little stocky guy. He is a medium sized dog. More pictures to come. We would like to add, we do not know Dontello’s breed, It’s our best guess. He’s a mix. 

Alcovy dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on all vaccines, up to date on heart-worm preventative and flea preventative and micro-chipped.
If interested in adoption, please complete an online application on Alcovy Pet Rescues website at You must have a vet reference to adopt. We verify the care of past/current pets. Applications without a vet reference will not be approved for adoption. Our goal is to have the very best home for all our dogs and cats and therefore we reserve the right to approve or deny an application based on what we determine is in the pets best interest.

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Alcovy Pet Rescue, Inc.

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