CLARK (M, 1 year, lab mix, 47 lbs, dark chocolate & white, heartworm positive) Clark was picked up as a stray. He appears healthy and well cared for. Clark is a high energy boy that would make a great running partner or just having fun tossing a ball around. His hold is up 8/26/16 and can be killed any time after that date at the discretion of the shelter staff.
SPONSOR CLARK: https://www.youcaring.com/clark-632033
FREE TRANSPORT up I-95 from NC to NJ every weekend to approved rescues!We do not handle direct adoptions. All adoptions must either go through the shelter, or contact a rescue group in your area & ask that they save the animal you are interested in so they can facilitate an adoption for you.
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**NOTE: Any sponsorship funds raised by RCAPS will transferred only to rescue groups who complete our screening process & are approved through RCAPS, minus any expenses incurred for vetting, vaccinations, testing, health certificates, etc. Free transport is also available only to rescue partners of RCAPS. We take very seriously the responsibility of ensuring the dogs & cats only go to reputable & safe rescue groups who adhere to our policies. Sponsorship for dogs/cats going to rescues not screened by RCAPS will be transferred to another animal in urgent need of donations. To become a rescue partner please complete our rescue application at this link: http://form.jotform.us/form/21848111713145 — in Henderson, North Carolina.
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