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PATCH   

In shelter Dog

Wilmington, OH, 45177
Pet name:
PATCH
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Great Pyrenees
Date:
08/16/2022
Colors:
Apricot / Beige
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Long
Description:
Patch is a handsome, young dog approx.14 months old, He weighs about 85 pounds and was found abandoned in the country. A possible Great Pyrenees/Australian shepherd mix, Patch, prefers female dogs; his behavior with cats is unknown. He is affectionate and enjoys being with people.
Patch is  housetrained. He will need a quieter home without a lot of people coming and going — and a home with no children under 16. Homeowners only who have some giant breed experience, preferably with Great Pyrenees. 

Patch has been heartworm tested negative, has been neutered, and is current on vaccinations. You will receive health records and a bag of Science Diet food upon adoption. Adoption donation $200. 

The Clinton County Humane Society is a no-kill, nonprofit, volunteer-based organization. We do not receive county or government funding and depend on our adoption donations to fund the shelter. 
Please complete the pre-adoption questionnaire at clintoncohumanesociety.org. 
We will contact you via email. Please check your spam/junk folders!

Location


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