My name is MIDNIGHT!

Australian Cattle Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Frisco, Colorado - MIDNIGHT
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I'm being cared for by:
Summit County Animal Control and Shelter

Facts about MIDNIGHT

  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9931802-A035516
HI! My name is Midnight! I am a super cute 2 year old spayed female Heeler Mix! I am only about 35 pounds and just the sweetest little bundle of joy! I am happy and playful! I will make a great hiking partner and also the best companion when snuggled up on the couch! I walk on a leash great around other dogs, but do show some resource guarding with toys and food when other dogs are around. In other words, I just don''t like to share! But I looove to play ball and am incredibly smart. I would love to learn some cool tricks! And I don''t have a tail so you won''t even have to worry about me tipping over your beverages on the coffee table! Come take me home! I want to become a part of your family!

About Summit County Animal Control and Shelter

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are located near the County Commons, off of SCR 1004, between The Senior/Community Center and State Patrol. The Shelter is open M-S 9:00 AM-5:00 PM with animal visitation hours of 10:00 AM-4:00 PM.

Our Adoption Process...

We are not a same day adoption shelter.
To be considered as an adopter, you must:
1. Either own or be renting a permanent residence.
2. Be at least 18 years of age (or have parental permission in the adoption if under 18)
3. Have a current ID or Driver's License showing curent age and address
4. Be willing and able to provide adequate training, necessary medical care, and loving attention to an adopted pet
5. Pay adoption fees of $110 for dogs, $125 for puppies, $90 for cats and $105 for kittens. These fees include microchip and initial registration, spay or neuter surgery, license fee for first year, rabies and distemper vaccination when applicable and veterinary exam at local participating veterinary clinics. These fees also help partially cover the cost of the animal's care and feeding during the animal's stay at the shelter.