Ember is a real beauty with a happy, playful personality! She's a tricolor hound mix, with wonderful brown eyes that will warm your heart. She's friendly and likes people, and enjoys playing with tennis balls and Frssbees. She likes to do her business outside, so if she's not already housetrained we think she should be easy to train. She loves to be petted, and she's intelligent and eager to please. She's fully grown, medium-sized at about 49 pounds. We think she'd be tons of fun for an active person or family, especially if you have a fenced-in yard where she could run and play. She might do best with older kids, only because she's playful and energetic. She's already spayed and ready to go home with you! She gets along well with other dogs here at the shelter, and enjoys interacting with the other dogs in our play groups. Hounds are known to make great family dogs, so bring your family and other pets over for a meet-and-greet! Please come see beautiful Ember!
The adoption fee helps in covering the medical treatment that has been completed. This includes the cost of the spay or neuter, testing for HW, HW preventative, rabies vaccination, wormings, annual vaccination, and flea and tick treatments. If you are interested in adopting this pet, first visit our home page, www.nassauhumanesociety.com to complete the adoption application, view hours of operation, see other pets available or just to get directions to the shelter. You can email or fax the application to the shelter. If you have other questions you can call the shelter at 904-321-1647 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot hold a pet for adoption; therefore if you plan on traveling to the shelter please call before you leave to assure the pet you are traveling to see will be there. Some of our pets are in a foster care home with a volunteer and if you wish to meet those pets an appointment will need to be made. Thank you for considering one of our shelter pets for adoption.
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