Speedy took surprisingly great still photos, considering all he wants to do is go, go, go! Speedy is a 1 year old border collie mix (?) who came to the shelter as a stray. He is up to date on vaccines and weighs 36 lbs. He is now neutered and ready to find his loving forever home. Speedy does well with other dogs and would be ideal for a farm or country home. This boy has a lot of energy, and at only a year old, would love to be taught a job to do! Speedy probably has too much boisterousness and herding instinct in him to be suited for a home with small children. He would love older kids he could rough and tumble and play games with. Speedy most likely got lost from his first family by running off, so please be sure to have a fence-or plan-in place to keep him safe at home!
Unless otherwise stated, the adoption fee for dogs over 4 months is $120.00. Puppies under 4 months are $140.00 The adoption fee includes the animal's surgery, microchip, vaccinations, flea preventative, deworming medication, sample bag of food/treat samples and a free first exam with participating veterinarians. Shelter policy is that all animals must be spayed or neutered prior to leaving the shelter.
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