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Willie (Neutered)   

In shelter Dog

Marietta, OH, 45750
Pet name:
Willie (Neutered)
White / Cream
Coat length:
Willie is a majestic 4-year old male Mastiff mix who was surrendered by his tearful owner on August 23, 2022 because their living arrangement had changed and made it impossible to keep their beloved boy.

Willie has a tan-and-white short smooth coat, a long curled tail, and a handsome face with a nice smile, beautiful brown eyes, and large dark brown floppy ears.

His family told us that Willie is good with children.  Willie is also good with other animals (we arent sure if that includes cats in addition to dogs).  Willies family asked we emphasize what a great dog Willie truly is.

Willie has been kept indoors and is housebroken.

If Willie seems to look familiar to some of our long-time volunteers, it is because he was adopted from HSOV in September 2019.   We are posting his UPI File Photos which were taken in the summer of 2019 so that potential adopters will know that he is in our shelter and is looking for a fabulous home.  We look forward to taking updated photos in the near future.

Willie has been neutered and is up-to-date on vaccinations (including rabies vaccine) as well as wormer and flea treatment.

Willie tipped the scales at 85.6 lbs on August 23, 2022, so he has gained a few pounds since these photos were taken.  Willie weighed 67.6 lbs in the summer of 2019.


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