My name is 1608-1757 Snort!

Pointer/Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Virginia Beach, Virginia - 1608-1757 Snort
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Virginia Beach Bureau of Animal Control

Facts about 1608-1757 Snort

  • Breed: Pointer/Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10534254-1608-1757

Thank you for your interest in our adoptable animals.  If you would like more information about this pet, see the Shelter information below.   We would love to help you rescue a perfect pet!

This dog cracks me up. Everything about her. From her silly folded polka dotted ears, to her batman mask, there is nothing boring about Snort and that's just the way I like them! Snort came in as a stray and is listed as a young adult pit mix who weighs an itty bitty 35 pounds. She's as friendly as they come and doesn't seem to have a care in the world once outside in the barnyard! She's a happy girl that loves to be loved on and although well mannered and mostly calm when outside, she will get an unexpected burst of happiness from time to time and commence to doing a zoomie to let everyone know that although she's homeless and recently a mommy dog, inside she still a really happy girl! I can only imagine how much she is going to love life once she gets into a home with a family of her very own to adore her! Whoever adopts her will be pleased to know that she has the softest fur! And Snort will be pleased if that soft fur keeps making people want to rub on her! I didn't have her around any dogs face to face, but she was nonreactive when walking out of the kennel to have her pictures done. If you have a resident dog and are interested in this little beauty please bring your pup along so we can make sure they will get along. Don't hesitate! A face like this is going to steal someone's heart soon. I just know it! Stop by Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center, 341 S Birdneck Road and ask to meet Snort (ID# 1608-1757) in the front lobby. She isn't on the adoption floor yet, as she's waiting for a spot to open up, but we will be glad to bring her out to meet you as she is indeed adoptable!

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center has wonderful pets available for adoption.  As of December 6, all animals are now at the new shelter at 341 Birdneck Road.  The former shelter on Leroy Drive is now closed.  If you have lost a pet, please visit the shelter in person and often as lost animals arrive everyday.

Contact Information:
Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center, 341 Birdneck Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23451        Phone 757-385-4444 (x 2)

NOTE: In order to help process your request for information faster, please refer to the animal's intake number, shown next to the photo, rather than the name. This will assist us in locating the information about the animal you are referring to.

All our animals are up-to-date on vaccinations and if unaltered, the animal will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

You do not have to be a resident of Va. Beach to adopt a pet. Please visit these wonderful animals today! 

Act quickly to adopt 1608-1757 Snort. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.

About Virginia Beach Bureau of Animal Control

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The mission of the Virginia Beach Bureau of Animal Control is to balance the health, safety and welfare needs of the people and animals in our City.

Our mission is accomplished by working with our citizens and other animal welfare organizations; by enforcing the domestic animals laws of our Commonwealth and our City, providing educational programs and humanely providing care, nourishment and a safe environment for the unwanted, stray, abused and abandoned animals in our City. We will educate the public about responsible companion animals ownership, aggressively investigate animal cruelty cases, find homes for the homeless animals and humanely euthanize the unwanted animals in our community.

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can visit our shelter during normal business hours when you are looking for a new pet, or you can attend one of the many adoption events that are hosted by the Friends of Virginia Beach Animal Control.

Our Adoption Process...

A citizen, interested in adopting an animal may have thier name placed on that animals registration record.

If an animal is adopted under contract, then the citizen must be a resident of Virginia Beach or an adjoining locality.

After a citizen places their name on the waiting list for any dog or cat, they shall be given adoption information and advised that they will be called on the available adoption date.

Upon adoption and within 10 days the animal must be taken to a licensed veterinarian of a though examination. Written proof of the veterinarian's declaration must be provided to Animal Control within 15 days of adoption.

If the animal is lost, stolen or dies before sterilization the adopter will notify animal Control within 7 days of the animal's death or disappearance. The adopter is subject to a $25.00 civil penalty if they fail to do this.

If the adopter chooses not to keep this animal prior to sterilization, then they must return the animal to Animal Control.

Adoption Fees
Unaltered dogs: $25.00*
Unaltered cats: $20.00*
Altered dogs: $25.00
Altered cats: $20.00

All other animals: $15.00
* A $50.00 surgery fee is required to adopt all unaltered animals

In compliance with the Code of Virginia, all animals adopted from our shelter must be spayed or neutered to help fight animal overpopulation.