Ruff Ruff! My name is Rollo D-49389 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**
|Breed:||American Staffordshire Terrier||Color:||Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Male||ID#:||4900965-D-49389|
I am already neutered and purebred.
Rollo is sweet- like the candy, is friendly and at 2 years old, is an active dog. Rollo weighs 54 lbs, is a little strong on the leash but with some training will be a wonderful pet. Our volunteers say he is making good strides in learning polite leash walking and is responding well to corrections. He will sit readily on command and gives paw now too! He really loves his walks and playing with his toys, & is just a sweet, happy boy. He enjoys petting and is affectionate and friendly. If you are ready for a young energetic dog and can give Rollo some training and lots of walks or hikes, then Rollo is ready for you! Checke out his viedo for more info! Rollo is a member of our Pooch With Perks Program! When you adopt, you will receive a Doggie Goodie Bag donated by the Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter! SPECIAL NOTE: And now, in addition to the Goodie Bag, one of our volunteers has very generously offered to rebate the full shelter adoption fee to the adopter!
PETNOTE: Please give this pet a second chance. Visit the shelter and fill out an application today. If calling the shelter about this dog, please refer to the identification number of the animal when calling. Thanks!
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Act quickly to adopt Rollo D-49389 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**. Pets at this shelter may be held for only a short time.
$75 for Dogs
$100 for Puppies less than 6 months
$45 for Cats
$60 for Kittens less than 6 months
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