already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
This 80 pounds of lovable lab gets so excited to see you that his whole butt wiggles! From the tip of his tail down to his his hind legs, Tank is waggin’ and wigglin’! Built like a tank, you can imagine that he has quite the appetite. He loves to eat his delicious dog food of course but his meal of choice is..CHEERIOS! If you can’t find Tank, look under the dining table. That’s where you’ll see him surfing for fallen Cheerios every morning and sneaking leftovers every evening. Tank is very friendly with humans and animals of all sizes and species, and loves to play with his toys. He is already house trained and won’t say no to a relaxing cruise down the road! (Although he’s still not sure how to load up into a car, he sure does love going for rides!) Tank can be playful and rambunctious but also knows how to settle down and relax on the couch or lounge on a comfy dog bed in your pet-friendly office. Fallen in love with this green-eyed boy? Fill out an application for Tank today at www.snipsa.org!
SNIPSA is an organization formed by a group of veterinarians and caring individuals dedicated to helping homeless and unwanted animals in San Antonio and the surrounding area. SNIPSA does not have a standing shelter and depends on a core of volunteers to foster and rehabilitate animals in their homes. This provides us with the opportunity to learn first hand about the animal’s needs and behavior in order to facilitate an appropriate adoption. SNIPSA was incorporated in 2005 and has re-homed more than 3000 animals.
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Adoption fees for dogs are $150 or $200 depending on medical needs of the dog.
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