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My name is Doozer!

American Pit Bull Terrier Dog for adoption in Englewood, Florida - Doozer
Photo 1 - American Pit Bull Terrier Dog for adoption in Englewood, Florida - Doozer
Photo 2 - American Pit Bull Terrier Dog for adoption in Englewood, Florida - Doozer
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I'm being cared for by:
Suncoast Humane Society

Facts about Doozer

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10743107-20161280
 
Hiya, my name is Doozer. I am a very happy boy weighing 59 pounds. I have lived with men, women, and children 2 years and older. I am very friendly at playful. I like riding in the car. I have lived with other dogs and we got along great. I am a coach potato and just love to relax with you.

About Suncoast Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Founded in 1971 as the Animal Aid Society of Englewood, Suncoast Humane Society began with a few cages where people left stray animals to be cared for. Over the years, our service area has grown to include over 400 square miles, covering three counties: Sarasota, Charlotte and portions of Lee.
Suncoast Humane Society provides a safe refuge for thousands of lost, abandoned and abused animals from our service area each year. We are committed to our open-door policy of never turning any animal away, regardless of health, temperament, breed or circumstances.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are open to the public for adoptions (or just come to visit the animals) as follows:
Tuesday - Friday 11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Our Adoption Process...

Please click on the following link to view our adoption policies:
http://www.suncoasthumane.org/pages/adoptions.cfm

Our fee includes:
Spay/Neuter Surgery
Heartworm or Feline Leukemia/FIV Test
First Distemper Shot
De-worming
Microchip
A complimentary bag of Hills Science Diet pet food
A complete medical history showing all of the care, shots,
and tests that were administered to the animal during its
shelter stay