My name is Alexander!

Posted over 2 years ago | Updated over 2 months ago

My basic info

Catahoula Leopard Dog/American Pit Bull Terrier
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
Pet ID

My details

Alert icon Not good with kids
Alert icon Not good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Alexander is a handsome 7-year-old Catahoula Leopard Dog mix. We originally rescued him as a baby in 2017, and he found a wonderful home shortly after! Sadly, 5 years later, his owner's health declined and he was brought back to us. Alex was so well-loved and treated like a little prince. He is a pro at eating treats and making his people laugh. He is shy with new people and will take some time to warm up. Once he does, he is very loyal! He is house-trained and has a huge heart he's ready to share. The only thing Alexander asks for in his future home is that he be your one and only baby. He was so happy in his previous home as the only child that he craves all the attention for himself. We promise he will give you so much love back! He is missing the feeling of having a home and would love to find one again. Can you help make Alexander's dream of a home come true?
Humane Society of Southwest Missouri

Contact info

Pet ID
Sue Davis
3161 W Norton Rd, Springfield, MO 65803

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Upon adoption of either a cat or dog, adoption fees do vary. All adoption fees include up-to-date vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip. You must be at least 18 years of age to adopt. Every adopter must submit an adoption application and be approved before meeting the animal they are interested in. Please call the shelter at 417-833-2526 or visit SWH.ORG for more information.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

We are located at 3161 W. Norton Rd in Springfield, Missouri.

Our adoption hours are as follows:
Monday-Saturday: 12-6pm
Sunday: 12-5pm

More about this shelter

The mission of the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri is to aid in the alleviation of distress and suffering of animals by operating a shelter in need of care, placing animals in suitable homes, and offering educational programs that promote animal welfare.

We receive our animals from people giving up their pets for a variety of reasons, including changes in family situations and moving. Some of our animals have been strays rescued from the streets by a kind citizen, but all of our animals are looking for permanent, loving forever homes.

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