Minnie is a gorgeous little girl at our shelter that we rescued from another shelter, The were going to kill her and we could not let that happen! She is white as snow and quiet as a mouse. Minnie walks with a limp on her back leg. We have had it checked and the vet feels some sort of a deformity. It does not hamper her one bit. Lily prefers to be the only dog BUT if there is a dog that does not get in her face she is fine. We feel Minnie is about one to two years old. She does not make a mess in her run and we let her frequently to have the yard.
If you are interested in adopting Minnie contact Tanna @ 662-895-4201 or Sandy @662-519-1700. Minnie is fully vetted and her adoption is $100.
If you are interested in adopting this wonderful animal please visit our web page at www.tunicahumanesociety.com and fill out a non-binding adoption contract. With this information in hand we can discuss how this dog might fit in with your family. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or if you have any questions.
We know each of the animals entrusted to our care by name and we will be happy to tell you all about the personality and little quirks that make each animal so loved. Our adoption fee for a dog is $100 and that covers all shots and vetting and spay/neuter. Our animals are fully vetted before we send them off to their new family.
Call Us: 662-895-4201 or 662-519-1700
Po box 236 Tunica,Ms 38676
Visit our Web Page at www.tunicahumanesociety.com
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