Can't take care of anymore Inside/outside Mostly housebroken, will stil in process of training Good with kids Good with people Good with other dogs at home Was good with cat they had Needs leash training Plays with toys Will rip up beds (may need more expended) ***** AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION 3/21/23 ***** Intact male ~1.5 yrs. old 23.9 pounds Vaccines given 3/15/23 No microchip ALT ID# 03-15-23 6 Pet has a Cherry Eye that may require follow up veterinary care *** Will be available for rescue pull or euthanasia on 3/22/23. Any current rescue partners or rescues interested in partnering with our facility are encouraged to contact us at AVASrescues@applevalley.org or call us at (760) 240-7000 ext. 7519 to coordinate rescue pull and transportation. ***
If you have any problems adopting this animal, please contact the Friends of Apple Valley Animal Shelter at 213-948-3165 and make a free report. We will do our best to get the animal for you.
Apple Valley, CA
Been in the shelter since
22131 Powhatan Road, Apple Valley, CA 92307
Name of Facility
Apple Valley Animal Shelter - High Kill Pound
No Longer Listed
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