Boone is around 4 years old. He was a stray so we do not have a history on him. He is a bigger boy and weighs in at 79 pounds. Boone has been friendly and he always has a wagging tail. He does know sit, but wants to sit close to you. Boone knows the command for come. While walking him in our fenced area he would stay close but if he got further away he come when called. He does not seem to have any interest in playing with toys or fetch. He does enjoy treats and all of them are his favorites. Boone doesnt seem to mind the other dogs when walking by their cages, but we have not had him with another dog.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out an online application at http://guernseysheriff.com/dog-shelter/ Completed adoption application does not guarantee adoption approval!!
Thank you for looking at dogs from the Guernsey County Dog Warden Dept. We are a county run facility in Cambridge, OH, We are NOT a no kill shelter! Unfortunately we must euthanize due to illness or aggression. Adoption fees are $125 for Guernsey County adopters and $160 for dogs adopted out of Guernsey County and Cell Dogs are $185. Adoption fees do not include the $16 dog license. This includes spay/neuter, first shots, rabies, heartworm/Lyme testing and microchip! Most dogs will be required to be spayed/ neutered before leaving shelter or a appointment will be scheduled before leaving the shelter. Please talk to shelter staff for more information.
We only accept cash. We cannot take checks, debit or credit cards. You may also call the shelter between the hours of 9-5 Mon through Fri and 9-4 on Saturday, for more information and our fax number if you would like us to fax you an application. You can also visit the shelter between the hours of 11-4 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. If coming from out of town, please call first to make sure the dog you are interested in is still available. Approved rescues also welcome!!!!
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