Ben ~ IM0966-17
Available for Adoption or 501C3 Rescue.
Male ~ Neutered
Felv/Fiv NEGATIVE 11-17-16, UTD on shots and wormed. 15.0 lbs. Adult ~ 3-5 years old DSH Stray, Citizen turn in Ben is a LARGE (No over weight) guy. So very sweet and crave4s love/attention. Ben is neutered, UTD on shots, wormed and Felv/Fiv Negative. Located at Granville County Animal Shelter 5650 Cornwall Rd. Oxford, NC 919-693-6749 S helter Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12-4:30pm / Sat. 11-2pm / Sun. CLOSED For Adoption of an animal please appear in person at the shelter.
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This animal is located at the Granville County Animal Shelter - 5650 Cornwall Rd., Oxford NC.
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