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My name is Leo-Johnny!

I'm being cared for by
Lakeland Animal Shelter

Facts about me

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hi! My name is Leo-Johnny. I know it's weird but I had a family that named me and then brought be back to the shelter. When I was a pup at the shelter I was very sick. The shelter staff and local vet did a lot of work to make me better. I'm very grateful for that!

I was adopted but brought back a couple months ago. I wasn't happy with all the strangers that were coming in the home. I really didn't want to be with anyone but my family. I was having some anxiety as well.

The best home for me would be a home with no kids and someone that can work with my anxiety and and fear of strangers. For that reason my adopter will have to have experience with dogs with stranger danger.

Ask about me today!

Lakeland Animal Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
PO Box 1000, 3615 State Road 67, Elkhorn, WI 53121

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Please our website for full information regarding adoption fees and requirements.

Go meet their pets

Shelter Hours: Monday - Friday 12-6; Saturday 11-4
Closed: Sundays & Holidays.

We also have adoptable cats at PetSmart stores in Delavan and Sun Prairie. Our volunteers and animals can be found throughout the community at local events.

More about this shelter

Lakeland Animal Shelter is centrally located three miles south of Elkhorn, WI. on highway 67, and it is the only animal shelter in Walworth County. Its doors are open to the public six days a week except on legal holidays. The shelter is staffed by dedicated and trained employees. Volunteers also play a crucial role in meeting many of the shelter's special care needs.

Provide temporary care for stray, abandoned and unwanted animals.
Own and operate a rescue vehicle to pick up stray pets from municipal holding areas and private citizens.
Respond to injured animal emergencies 24 hours a day.
Employ a humane Officer to investigate cruelty and abuse complaints.
Maintain records on lost and found pets
Have available humane live traps for animals requiring capture.
Seek good homes for pet adoptions.
Provide a resource library.