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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Gwinn, MI, 49841
Pet name:
Upper Peninsula Animal Wefare Shelter
(formerly Marquette County Humane Society)Arrow is one of the most handsome fellows here at UPAWS! His beautiful white with a black-spotted coat and bright eyes. But hes not all looks; he is also a fun boy. Arrow loves to run in the play yard and rolls around on his back as happy as can be! He falls head of heels in love with the people he spends time with. Arrow is a snuggly boy once he is your friend.This poor guy has been bounced around a lot. Hes a good dog and finds all these changes in his life very confusing. Potential adopters need to understand that dogs dont adjust to new homes instantly! It takes a while to know the rules and what is expected of them. Give him a chance! Arrow is looking for his furever home where he can have stability and give love and be loved.Arrow does require multiple meets before being ready to go into a new home.I appear okay to live with...Kids: Older (16+), respectfulCats: UnknownDog: Respectful, bring the dog to meetWEBSITE: 10/4/22 9:15 AM
Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter (906) 475-6661


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