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Henry   

In shelter Dog

Neillsville, WI, 54456
Pet name:
Henry
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Mixed Breed
Date:
08/09/2022
Colors:
Black
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Meet Henry!  Henry came to CCHS as a stray.  He was born around 2/8/2020 and weighed 79 pounds on 8/8/2022.  Hes a happy and gentle dog.  Apply today!

The adoption fee is $100.00. Adoption applications can be filled out at CCHS or online through our website, www.cchs-petshelter.org. Applications are not first come, first served. All applications will be reviewed by the adoption committee and the home chosen will be the one considered to be the best match. All dogs and puppies have been vaccinated for Distemper and Bordetella, dewormed and microchipped. If old enough, they will be vaccinated for Rabies and blood tested for Heartworm, Lymes, Anaplasmosis and Erlichiosis. Dogs and puppies will be spayed or neutered before adoption. CCHS is proud to be a No-Kill Humane Society. As a private, non-profit charity, our work depends on donations and volunteers to keep going. We are committed to helping the animals that enter our doors and finding each the best possible forever home. CCHS has been inspected and licensed by the Department of Animal Health - DATCP. Our license is #268235-DS
Clark County Humane Society (715) 743-4550 cchs2adopt@hotmail.com

Location


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