Ruff Ruff! My name is Vada D-51891 **Pooch with Perks**
|Breed:||American Staffordshire Terrier||Color:||Brown/Chocolate - With White||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5292696-D-51891|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Vada is a 6 year old staffie female that was surrendered by her family. They state she is good with adults and children but, not other dogs or cats. She is housetrained and enjoys walking on her leash. Vada could probably stand to lose a little weight, and what better way to do it than strolling around the neighborhood or in one of the county parks? She’s a friendly girl that would probably fit into just about any household, given some time to adjust. Vada is an adult dog that is done with all that silly puppy stuff and is ready to start over with a new family! Vada 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!
PET NOTE: ALL dogs will be NEUTERED AND SPAYED before leaving the shelter. 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 ABOVE ID# when calling.
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Act quickly to adopt Vada D-51891 **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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Adopters will need to fill out an Adoption Application and be approved before taking a pet home.
The Burlington County Animal Shelter is a place where county residents can take stray and unwanted animals. The Animal Shelter is a line of defense against the spread of Rabies by removing unwanted and stray animals from local communities. In the event that an animal poses a threat to people’s health, the Animal Shelter is responsible for quarantining the animal for further evaluation.
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