Howdy there! My name is Zoey and I am a fun-loving three-year-old black German Shepherd mix. I have the cutest spots of white on my chest and paws. I am a rock star with walking and I LOVE to play with my toys! I will need some training but I am just an absolute gem. I seem to do just fine with the other cats at the shelter but there are no other dogs there to see how I'd do with dogs. Since I am pretty high energy and am a larger dog, I might do best in homes with older children. Please call the shelter with questions. I hope you come and meet me soon, fall in love and take me home!
The Pepin County Humane Society has been in business for close to 30 years. We are a very small shelter with only 5 dog kennels & 9 cat kennels. Because we're so small we are able to get to know the animals that cross our path VERY well. PLEASE NOTE it is our policy NOT to do same-day adoptions. We do encourage you to come in to meet the animals and fill out the adoption paperwork. Talk to any staff member for details. Fees for adoption are as follows: *DOGS-$150.00 includes Spay/Neuter, Microchip, Rabies and Distemper Vax, Heartworm Test, Fecal test, Deworming & ID Tag. *CATS-$100.00 includes Spay/Neuter, Feline Leukemia Test, Fecal test, Rabies and Distemper vaccines & De-worming. We run on a very small limited budget so cash donations are always welcome. Volunteers for fundraising projects are needed. Come visit us! We are located 1 1/2 hours from the Twin Cities & 30 miles southwest of Eau Claire, WI on Highway 85. For more detailed directions, call or e-mail us, we'd be glad to help you. *No appointment is necessary to come & visit our animals. Our business hours are: Daily 5-7:30pm and Saturday 9am-11am. Otherwise by appointment. Pepin County Humane Society PO Box 113 1008 West Wells Street Durand, WI 54736 Phone: (715) 672-8389
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