I'm being cared for by: Boone County Animal Shelter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bo
Breed: Mastiff Mix
Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
I am already neutered.
Hi! My name is Bo and I am a big, handsome guy! I am available for adoption at the Boone County Animal Shelter and would love to meet you. I have a few behavior issues that we need to discuss first so please send interest to firstname.lastname@example.org where a very nice man named Fred will give you all of my details. Hope to see you soon! Primary Color: Tan Weight: 103 Age: 2yrs 2mths 3wks
Boone County Animal Shelter is the animal control and care agency for Boone County KY. We are committed to giving every adoptable animal in our care the best opportunity for a loving home.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Please visit our facility Monday through Friday from noon to 6PM and Saturdays 10-4. In the spring and summer, our adoption waggin' is out in the community with adoptable pets. Visit our facebook page for up to date information on adoptable pets and special events.
Our Adoption Process...
Fees vary depending on a number of factors including age, type of animal and spay/neuter status. If an animal is not spayed/neutered prior to leaving the shelter, adopters are required to sign a contract agreeing to have the animal altered within a set time frame. Adoption fees, if any, include a certificate to assist with spay/neuter costs. All animals leaving the facility are microchipped and adopters receive a free vet visit as part of the adoption process. All our cats have tested free of feline disease and all adult spayed/neutered cats can be adopted for no fee.
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