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My name is Snoopy 2!

American Pit Bull Terrier/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Eugene, Oregon - Snoopy 2
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I'm being cared for by:
Greenhill Humane Society SPCA

Facts about Snoopy 2

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Baby
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 36039736
**I am deaf and will need someone who will be able to work with me**

I am a young puppy and I still have a lot to learn! I need a family that has time to train me and interact with me. My new family should be prepared to take me to puppy training classes to help me master the basics.
I have had some experience with crate training and potty training, but my new family should be prepared to continue that training until I have these skills mastered.
It is important for me to continue socializing so I grow up to love children, adults and other animals.
Greenhill is committed to my continued growth and success, which is pretty cool! For this to happen, my post adoption training is crucial. My adopters should be ready to go to puppy classes/obedience class as my continued socialization and training is crucial at this age. And I'm an eager student who is ready to learn!

My adoption fee includes, a physical examination and behavioral evaluation by trained staff prior to adoption, pre-adoption counseling and post-adoption support to help the animal transition, spay/neuter surgery, flea treatment and deworming, microchip and registration with 24PetWatch, Recommended vaccinations including rabies vaccine, a free veterinary exam with participating veterinarians, a collar, leash and I.D. tag, 30 days of free pet insurance trial through 24PetWatch, and a guarantee that the animal can be returned to us at any time if the adoption does not work out or circumstances change.
ADOPTION INFORMATION:
Please note that in order to make the best match possible, potential adopters must come to Greenhill in person to meet with an animal, as well as kennel staff, to complete the adoption process. All members of the household (including other dogs) should be present to ensure the chosen dog is compatible with everyone.

About Greenhill Humane Society SPCA

About Our Shelter...

Greenhill Humane Society's mission is to provide safe shelter for animals in transition, serve as advocates for animals and their people, work to end animal overpopulation, and educate the public about compassion and responsibility towards all animals.

We strive to accomplish these goals through providing shelter for abandoned and unwanted animals, promoting awareness and education and organizing a variety of community outreach programs. Our programs include, but are not limited to: Shelter and Adoption Services; Education Programs; Domestic Violence Assistance Program; Senior Assistance Program; Foster Program.

Greenhill Humane Society is a 501c3 and funded entirely through the generosity of individual donors.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We're located on Greenhill Road between W. 11th and Royal Avenues, approximately 3 miles south of the airport. Directions from east or west: From the east, take the Beltline or surface streets to Barger Rd, or West 11th, and head west to Greenhill Rd. Turn left on Greenhill Rd (from Barger) or right from West 11th; we're approximately a mile down the road. From the west, take Hwy. 126 to Greenhill Rd., turn left at Greenhill Rd.

Our Adoption Process...

Shelter Hours are 11 AM - 6 PM, Friday thru Tuesday (adoptions stop 1 hour before closing).

We require an adoption application and approval for all adoptions; please note that we require landlord approval prior to adopting to anyone who rents.

Adoption fees vary. Dogs, cats, and rabbits are all spayed or neutered before adoption, include a collar and leash (for dogs), initial vaccinations, a microchip for I.D., and a certificate for a free health check at a number of local veterinarians.