Hello, I'm Wrigley! I was found as a stray when someone saw me trying to run in and out of traffic on a busy road. They didn't want me to get hurt so they caught me and I was picked up and brought here. I have been extremely friendly with the staff. I enjoy all of the love and attention they've been giving me. I absolutely love it when my belly is rubbed! I also love treats and know how to sit for them! I have not been tested with other animals just yet but that information can be provided upon request, just ask the shelter staff! I have been given my canine distemper and bordetella vaccinations along with a dewormer but I do not have a current rabies vaccine or heartworm test. The staff thinks I'm between 3 and 5 years old.
Wrigley will have an adoption fee of $80 with an approved adoption application. This fee will cover the cost of his neuter, canine distemper and bordetella vaccinations along with a dewormer. This fee does NOT include the cost of his rabies vaccine or heartworm test. Those additional fees are to be paid by the adopter at time of pick up.
To make Wrigley apart of your family, stop by to visit with him in person or contact the staff for more information. If you would like to be considered for his adoption please follow this link for an adoption application http://mo-liberty2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/193
The animal listed on this page was listed as a courtesy to help find the animal a home. This animal is current on shots, altered (or will be before adoption) and heart worm tested (if age appropriate); however, T.A.R.A. cannot be held responsible for its medical condition.
This animal is not covered by T.A.R.A.'s policies and procedures or contract. If you are interested in adopting this animal, please contact the person listed on the page. T.A.R.A. representatives may not be able to answer any questions about this animal or its status of availability.
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