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In shelter Dog

Hawk Point, MO, 63349
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Kirby is a typical puppy and loves to play play play and sleep of course! He was such a gentleman during his photo shoot because he was so excited to hopefully find his furever family.  Kirby is a pretty laid back puppy compared to others but like we said before he can have his puppy moments. He does have a best friend here at the shelter named Jackson. They came in a few weeks apart and they had an instant bond. They would love to be adopted together so they can continue their friendship but they understand if they cant. Come meet this gentleman before he is gone!

Kirbys $220. Adoption Fee is quite inclusive - he is neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, wormed, tested negative for heartworm Disease plus current on monthly heartworm preventative.
Kirbys Estimated Date of Birth is 12/26/2021.

Visit to fill out a Pre-Adoption Questionnaire or call 636-338-1818 to ****schedule an appointment**** to meet this pet or any others here at the shelter.

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