ANIMAL ID: 238
SHELTER NAME: MOULIN ROUGE
Weight: 44 LBS
Condition on Intake: GOOD
Age: 1-3 YRS Gender: FEMALE
ADOPTION FEE: $125 (with $50 refundable deposit)
Breed: WALKER COONHOUND MIX Color: TRI COLOR
Intake Date: 8-31-16 Microchip: NO
Collar: YES Color: BROWN Added by staff:NO
Intake Type: STRAY
Date Available: 9-6-16
Road Found: FRANKLIN PIKE County
Good With Adults: YES
Good With Kids: UNTESTED
Good With Other Dogs: YES
Good With Cats: YES
Energy Level: AVERAGE
Can be handled/touched: YES ALL OVER
Escape Artist: NO
Food Aggressive: NO
Food Type: BOTH
Heartworm Status: UNKNOWN
Allergies: NONE NOTED
Walks on Leash: YES
Lewisburg Animal Shelter
Lewisburg TN 37091
931-359-5948 Adoptions/rescue inquiries
931-359-7215 Strays/welfare checks/nuisance dog calls for ACOs
Follow us on facebook under Lewisburg Animal Shelter to see more candid photos of the dogs in our photo Albums. The current adoption fee is $125 which includes the dogs spay or neuter and Rabies vaccination at a local vet, and covers the distemper/parvo vaccine and bordetella vaccine and dewormings it receives here at our shelter.
After you have brought proof of your dogs spay/neuter back to the shelter $50 of that adoption fee will be returned to you, or you may choose to donate it so that another dog can be spayed or neutered at our shelter.
By TN state law stray dogs are held for 3 days so they can be found by their owners before being put up for adoption or rescue. A dog found as a stray wearing a collar is held for 5 days before it is put up for adoption or rescue. Our shelter is a first come first adopt/rescue facility.There are no holds placed on dogs for potential adopters/rescue. They are available at 7am on the day they are available and must be picked up and paid for at that date/time. An adopter or rescue cannot call and hold a dog to be picked up at a later date. It is available to the public until it walks out the door.
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