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In shelter Dog

Seattle, WA, 98119
Pet name:
Meet Peak! Peak (or Peakers, as we affectionately call him around here) is a sweet and loving boy with the cutest head tilt youll ever see! Hes smaller than he looks in pictures, and is still a pretty young fella. He is a great companion during walks and loves treats. He also has a great nose and would probably enjoy some scent training in his new home. Perfect if you are looking for a scooby-looking dog but a fraction of the size!

Pets are complex beings and prior to adoption, interested adopters will be counseled by a staff member to discuss the specific needs for each animal. This will include reviewing all known medical and behavior information.

** Please note that some animals will receive numerous inquiries, sometimes more than we can process. We appreciate your understanding and patience. **

HOW TO ADOPT: Check the animals location -

From the Dog Kennels/Dog Isolation/Dog Quarantine (in shelter): To meet this dog, please come to Seattle Animal Shelter at 2061 15th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119, between 1 - 5 pm one of on one of our open days, no appointment needed. We are open on Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. We are closed for adoptions on Monday, Friday, and all holidays.

From Foster Care (out of shelter):

1. Copy and paste the adoption survey link into a new tab on your browser:

2. Download and complete the dog survey.

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