Hello. My name is Bronsted! I am approximately a 9 year old neutered male Miniature Pinscher mix . I was recently returned to the shelter because my new owner had developed a severe allergy to me and even with daily medications it unfortunately only continued to get worse. I am a sweet outgoing little guy who is full of spunk and has tons of love left to give. I love going for walks but also love to snuggle. I would make a great addition to a loving new family without other pets but I do get along well with children. If you are looking for an awesome medium sized gentleman like me to complete your family, come check me out! Adoption fee is $200.00
The Association for Needy and Neglected Animals, Inc. (The A.N.N.A. Shelter) is a non-profit animal welfare organization that houses, rehabilitates and adopts stray or unwanted pet animals. We have a large facility near down town Erie, PA and serve the entire county.
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Adoption hours are Mon Noon - 7PM Tues Noon - 5PM Wed Noon - 7PM Thurs Noon - 5PM Fri Noon - 5PM Sat 10AM - 1PM On the web: www.theannashelter.com
Our Adoption Process...
Each adoption must take place with you coming to the shelter (we do not ship animals). There is an application and agreement that must be completed and reviewed by a member of our staff. All pets adopted at the shelter location receive booster shots, deworming and flea preventative. Records will be provided at the time of the adoption. Adoption fee is $55 cats, $150 and up for dogs. A City of Erie dog license and Erie county license will be provided at the time of the adoption, if the dog will reside in either of those areas.
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