Harrison is about the happiest fellow ever. He enjoys the simple things in life, watching the birds, romping in grass, sunbathing, hanging out with his dog or people friends and good snacks. He came to PINC from a rural shelter where he was brought in with his litter mates. Even though it seems Harrison has probably not lived the most cushy life before coming to PINC, he is the happiest puppy ever. He loves a soft bed, playing and treats.
Harrison is sure to bring a smile to anyone's face who meets him. His cheery personality and sweet nature will add years of love to his new home. All puppies have been carefully screened for disposition and temperament in order to provide your home with a safe companion that will enjoy life as your new family member. If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs an approved application must be on file with PINC first.
If you'd like to be considered for adopting him please visit our website at www.pawsitiveimpactnc.org and look for the Applications tab and complete the Adoption Application. We promise Harrison can't wait to meet you!
PINC's adoption fee covers shots through date of adoption (all puppies receive 2 vaccinations before adoption), surgery (spay or neuter), microchip and microchip registration.
***Because our rescue is composed entirely of volunteers and we require a home check for each of our adoptable pets prior to them going to their new homes, local applications will take precedence. We will accept out of town applications, but any family further than 40 miles from Monroe is responsible for finding a representative of a rescue local to them that is willing to perform the home check. All out of town applicants will also have to be willing to drive to Monroe to meet/pick up the pet as soon as the application is approved.***
Harrison, Shepherd Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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