Mimi came to the shelter when her family abandoned her--when extended family members found out, they brought her in to be cared for. She is a darling little lab mix who is around 2.5 years old and weighs 31 lbs. She is spayed and up to date on vaccines and heartworm negative.
Mimi was not treated well in her previous home and is initially a cautious girl around adults. She ADORES children though and will let them do anything to her! Mimi is also slow to warm up to other dogs (she has found some that she will play with!) and is great with cats.
UPDATE: Mimi has been accepted into the ADOPT training program where she will be taught basic obedience commands, housetraining and socialization skills. She should graduate in early March and her adoption fee is $150. Please contact the shelter today for adoption reservation of this great girl!
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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