I'm being cared for by: Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Casanova
Breed: Boxer/Shar Pei Mix
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
I am already neutered.
Casanova is a lover for sure! He loves sitting next to you and will lean on you to show he loves you! He walks okay on a leash and loves baths so he would be a great dog to take swimming with you. He can be a jumper, but he's a quick learner and a real sweetheart.
The Humane Educational Society was in incorporated in 1910 by Ethel Hardy who was known for picking up stray cats and dogs while driving her carriage through the streets of Chattanooga. Since then, we have grown to serve Hamilton County and take in 4,000-5,000 homeless pets each year. We are an open-door facility to residents of our service area and provide shelter and care for homeless pets, adoption services, animal protection, cruelty investigation and pet licenses. HES is committed to finding each and every treatable, adoptable and trainable animal in our facility a loving home and making Hamilton County a better place for pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Humane Educational Society is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee at 212 N. Highland Park Ave. Our hours are: Monday 11am-5pm Tuesday 11am-5pm Wednesday 11am-5pm Thursday 11am-6pm Friday 11am-5pm Saturday 11am-5pm Sunday 12pm-4pm (adoptions only)
Our Adoption Process...
All potential adopters must first fill out an application. If approved the adoption fee is $85 for dogs and $25 for cats, which includes all inoculations and rabies shot, the spay/neuter fee, a microchip and registration, de-worming and free shelter insurance for 1 month.
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