I'm being cared for by: Jessamine County Animal Shelter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Kujoe
Breed: St. Bernard/Collie Mix
~ Came to shelter as a stray
~ 10 months old
~ St. Bernard/Collie Mix
~Interested in meeting KuJoe? Visit our shelter and complete an application of interest (or submit one online at www.adoptapet.com/jcacc). Adoption Fee is $120 (cash is NOT accepted). After you make your decision, paperwork takes about 20-25 minutes and your new pet can go home with you that day! Note: We recommend coming to the shelter at least an hour before closing if you intend to adopt a pet.
Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Tan Weight: 46 Age: 0yrs 10mths 1wks
The Jessamine County Animal Shelter is a county-run facility, that is dedicated to the care and well being of all animals located at our facility, until the appropriate home is found. Our mission is to provide services which safeguard public health and safety, to humanely house and care for animals in its charge, to protect the animals of the community from neglect, and to provide its citizens with information concerning responsible ownership.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Jessamine County Animal Shelter 120 Fairground Way Nicholasville, KY 40356 Phone: 859-881-0821
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 12:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Sunday Closed
Check out our website for off site adoption events at http://adoptapet.com/JCACC
Our Adoption Process...
Once someone is interested in an adoptable pet located at our facility, they are required to fill out an adoption application. Once they have filled out their application we will call vet references and landlords. Once it is agreed that this animal is an ideal fit for the person and/or family, the animal is then completely vetted and sent home with their new family.
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