If you are looking for a snuggle buddy then Ginger is the girl for you. Very affectionate, house trained, never gets into anything she shouldn't. She is very food motivated and learns quickly. She crates well and is a very quiet girl. She does not like the company of other dogs and would need to be the only animal in the home. She is leery of men, and needs time to warm up to them. She has basic training and knows Sit, Down, Wait for the food bowl, Come, and is working on her leash manners.
For more information please contact Ann-Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The adoption center is open from 12 pm - 6 pm everyday!
We are located at 415 Campbell Avenue SW (corner of Campbell and 5th street) in downtown Roanoke.
All pets are up to date on shots, combo or heartworm tested, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.
All pets with the second name "Biscuit" are neglect and/or cruelty cases brought to Angels of Assisi by animal control.
Angels of Assisi has a lifetime commitment to all the animals adopted from our Adoption Guarantee shelter. If at anytime you cannot continue to provide a home for your adopted pet, we will take him or her back into the adoption center until another home can be found.
Adoption fees are as follows (pure breeds may be more):
* Under 5 months of age.
Pets for Vets: 25% off for active and retired military with ID
Adoption fees may be paid in cash, debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover), or check.
Adoption specials are routinely in effect and could reduce the adoption fees.
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