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My name is Cash!
I'm being cared for by
Pawmetto Lifeline
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Facts about me

Breed
Labrador Retriever
Color
Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 62 lb
Sex
Male
Pet ID
45425575

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hi, my name is Cash! I am a super sweet, goofy boy who loves to play. I am not the biggest fan of sharing my toys or food, so I will need an experienced forever family that can understand my boundaries and continue my training. I also suffer from seizures on rare occasions, but don't let that stop you from falling in love with my silly personality. I'm a pretty big boy- I weigh 57 lbs!

My adoption fee of $200 includes up-to-date vaccinations, dewormer, and heartworm/flea prevention. Plus, a microchip that is already registered to you! What more could you ask for?

If you'd like to meet me, please fill out an application on our website, PawmettoLifeline.org. You are welcome to visit Pawmetto Lifeline from 12-6pm, Tuesday-Friday, to have your application reviewed and to meet your BEST MATCH animal! The Adoptions department is open from 10am-6pm on Saturdays. Meet and greets will end at 5:30pm. We are closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Rescue

Pawmetto Lifeline

Contact info
Pet ID
45425575
Contact
Email
Address
Columbia, SC 29212

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Cats and kittens are $100 Dogs and puppies start at $150 Adoption fees include their spay or neuter, all vaccinations appropriate for their age and they are microchipped. All prospective adopters are required to complete an application and go through a short interview process. Once approved the adoption fees are paid and the adopter is able to bring the pet home the same day. Please note that you must be 21 years of age to adopt.

Go meet their pets

Pawmetto Lifeline is open for adoptions Monday-Friday 12 noon-7 pm Saturday 10 am-7 pm Sunday 12 noon-5 pm.

More about this rescue

Pawmetto Lifeline, formerly Project Pet, was founded in 1999. Since the opening of our adoption, medical, and boarding facility in Spring 2012, we have been able to save more than 15,000 companion pets from euthanasia and gave them a new lease on life. We continue to strive toward the goal of a no-kill community and state through adoption, pet retention, rescue partnerships, and medical services.