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Indiana Bones   

In shelter Dog

Williamsport, PA, 17701
Pet name:
Indiana Bones
Doberman Pinscher
"Every time I walk through the kennels, one of my favorite places to stop is Indiana Bones cage. If you stand in front and tell him to give me a kiss, he will stand up and do just that," says an SPCA volunteer. Outside his kennel, he loves to run and wear off his energy, returning for snuggles. He is a charming boy with "his people," and when you introduce him to new folks appropriately, he warms up to them, too. The longer he has been here, the more social he has become, and he is definitely a volunteer favorite. 

Indiana Bones came to us because he couldn’t coexist peacefully with chickens and other animals on his property. He is looking for a home with adults where he can be the only pet. A fenced-in yard would be best to keep him safe (and for the sake of the squirrels and rabbits). He is very smart and has tried to open our gates here, so a good latch would be necessary. Want to be a part of this handsome mans next adventure? Contact us to meet the great Indiana Bones.


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