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My name is *DAVEY!

Facts about me

Breed
American Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Brindle - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
A156958

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Davey!
*Davey is young and active looking for a family that can keep up with him.
*Has a rough and rowdy playstyle with other canine friends. Looking for the perfect match!
*Davey is a quick learner, he will find training fun and enriching. Would need work on basic commands and leash skills.
*Older, mature (15+) children in the home that can assist with exercise and training.

Meet Davey!
*Davey is young and active looking for a family that can keep up with him.
*Has a rough and rowdy playstyle with other canine friends. Looking for the perfect match!
*Davey is a quick learner, he will find training fun and enriching. Would need work on basic commands and leash skills.
*Older, mature (15+) children in the home that can assist with exercise and training.

Shelter

Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoptions

Contact info
Pet ID
A156958
Contact
Email
Address
Brighton, CO 80601

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Visit our shelter to see who’s available now or call us at 303.288.3294 to talk to an adoption counselor to learn more about a pet you’ve seen on our Adoptables page. For adoption fees see http://animalshelter.adcogov.org/service-fees
Visit our shelter to see who’s available now or call us at 303.288.3294 to talk to an adoption counselor to learn more about a pet you’ve seen on our Adoptables page. For adoption fees see http://animalshelter.adcogov.org/service-fees

Go meet their pets

Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center 10705 Fulton St., Brighton, CO 80601 HOURS OF SERVICE Mon-Fri: 11AM - 6PM Weekends: 10AM - 5PM
Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center 10705 Fulton St., Brighton, CO 80601 HOURS OF SERVICE Mon-Fri: 11AM - 6PM Weekends: 10AM - 5PM

More about this shelter

We are an open admissions shelter, meaning we take in homeless animals regardless of age, breed, health, temperament or lack of space. On average, we take in about 5,500 stray, surrendered and abandoned animals per year including dogs, cats, small mammals, birds and reptiles. We provide adoption services to find safe, happy homes for these pets; and also provide low-cost vaccination and microchip clinics to help safeguard them against illness or being lost forever.
We are an open admissions shelter, meaning we take in homeless animals regardless of age, breed, health, temperament or lack of space. On average, we take in about 5,500 stray, surrendered and abandoned animals per year including dogs, cats, small mammals, birds and reptiles. We provide adoption services to find safe, happy homes for these pets; and also provide low-cost vaccination and microchip clinics to help safeguard them against illness or being lost forever.