Lola appears to be a canine that was let loose out in the country. She was a little scared, so it took a while before she was able to make it down to the Animal Shelter. Lola is a female mix breed. She's probably around 60 pounds, and seems to be a fairly laid back girl. She walked well on a leash, and while just a little shy, warmed up quickly outside. She seems to get along well with other dogs, but has not been tested with cats. It not claimed, she will be available on Nov. 26 The Shelby County Animal Shelter is open Monday-Friday from 9-5 and Saturday from 9-1.
The Shelby County Animal Shelter is a County office designed to serve the residents of Shelby County. They answer calls for stray dogs, complaints of dogs running at large, animal kills by dogs and coyotes, pick up stray dogs, answer humane complaints and reports of loose dogs.
The SCAS is open to people looking for a pet, looking for a missing pet, and those who just want to look at the animals. They accept dogs and cats from owners as well as strays, however a fee may be involved. They offer dogs, puppies, cats and kittens for adoption.
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Our adoption fees are quite reasonable and include the Annual Dog Tags required for all dogs in Shelby County.
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