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Code: BFT2022

Doug E. Dog   

In shelter Dog

Cleveland, OH, 44102
Pet name:
Doug E. Dog
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Terrier
Date:
07/18/2022
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Description:
Doug E Dog is a real live wire! He is a two-year-old dynamo, bursting with enthusiasm and good will. Doug E Dog is curious about everything. On walks with volunteers, he wants to watch every other dog, sniff every shrub and scratch his back in the grass.  Doug is a big fan of other dogs and has been playful and social with them in our daily playgroup.  Doug E Dog has such a zest for life and would love a home that provides his inquisitive mind with plenty of enrichment. He weighs 58lbs.

Visit www.tinyurl.com/meetacitydog to set up a meet!
Visit: 9203 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102

 Fee: $61 | Includes spay/neuter, shots, microchip, license,  

The CITY DOGS mission is to increase adoptions from the City Kennel by changing the image of the pit bulls who make up the majority of the kennel population, by preparing all adoptable dogs in the kennel for lives in loving homes and by creating as many opportunities as possible for the public to meet and get to know our dogs for the terrific pets they are meant to be.

Our Adoption Process...
Heres a little about how things work:
All of the CITY DOGS posted for adoption are available for direct adoption from the kennel, unless noted otherwise. You must schedule a meet with a dog in advance - we are not currently accepting walk-ins. Please look online first to see if there are any dogs you think would be a good fit for your home before scheduling a meet. To get the process started, visit www.tinyurl.com/meetacitydog and fill out the form. One of our adoption counselors will get in touch to schedule and confirm your meet! At the kennel, an adoption counselor will introduce you and your family to the adoptable dogs, share information we know about them, and discuss our suggested ways for successfully integrating a new dog into your home. You are welcome to meet multiple dogs. If the dog you adopt is already fixed, he or she may leave with you that day - otherwise, the dog can go home after receiving the spay or neuter surgery.)

About Our Dogs: All available dogs have gone through a behavioral and medical assessment. This assessment is a snapshot of who the dog is at that given time. We cannot make any guarantees with regard to behavior, temperament or health of any City Dog once they are in the home. Most of our dogs are picked up as strays, so we do not know what kind of home environment they were living in (i.e. with kids, other dogs or other cats), nor do we know if most of them are house trained. Everything we know about them is based on volunteer and staff observations. We do have some dogs in foster homes, where they will have more information about how the dog is in a home environment. It is very hard to tell with certainty whether or not a dog will be good with kids, cats or another dog. If you have kids in the home or another dog, we do require that they be present for a meet and greet with the dog you are considering for adoption.

Heath/Vaccinations: Dogs that are adopted directly from the kennel need to go to your personal vet within two weeks of leaving the kennel. All dogs receive their DAPPL, Rabies, and Bordatella vaccines, though you may be required to get follow up boosters. All dogs come microchipped and with a Cuyahoga County license.
Cleveland Animal Care and Control (216) 664-3476 citydogs@city.cleveland.oh.us

Location


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