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My name is Beans (formerly Camphor)!
I'm being cared for by
McKamey Animal Center

Facts about me

Breed
American Staffordshire Terrier
Color
White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
MACT-A-95480

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story

This happy, sweet girl is Beans, as in Mexican Jumping Bean. She is so much fun and bouncy, and looks like the eternal puppy. (Don't we all wish we could stay so young looking?) She and her Mom, Gidget, were running the streets for most of their life until a wonderful, concerned person called MAC, so that we might be able to help. The two are currently in foster, as they are still a bit skittish and are learning how to walk on a leash (but have learned that their crates are their safe place and toys are so fun), but can be brought in for a meet ad greet if you are interested in meeting them. They both LOVE other dogs! PUPDATE: Both girls are happy to hop into the car by themselves and are great car riders!
This happy, sweet girl is Beans, as in Mexican Jumping Bean. She is so much fun and bouncy, and looks like the eternal puppy. (Don't we all wish we could stay so young looking?) She and her Mom, Gidget, were running the streets for most of their life until a wonderful, concerned person called MAC, so that we might be able to help. The two are currently in foster, as they are still a bit skittish and are learning how to walk on a leash (but have learned that their crates are their safe place and toys are so fun), but can be brought in for a meet ad greet if you are interested in meeting them. They both LOVE other dogs! PUPDATE: Both girls are happy to hop into the car by themselves and are great car riders!
Shelter

McKamey Animal Center

Contact info
Pet ID
MACT-A-95480
Contact
Amanda Harris
Email
Address
Chattanooga, TN 37415
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Fill out a Meet Your Match questionnaire, spend some time getting to know the pet you are considering taking home, and talk to an adoption counselor. Each animal will leave the Center spayed or neutered, vaccinated, heartworm (dogs) or FeLV/FIV (cats) tested, de-wormed, treated for fleas/ticks, given heartworm preventative if applicable and microchipped. Dog: $65 Puppy: $85 Cat: $40 Kitten: $50
Fill out a Meet Your Match questionnaire, spend some time getting to know the pet you are considering taking home, and talk to an adoption counselor. Each animal will leave the Center spayed or neutered, vaccinated, heartworm (dogs) or FeLV/FIV (cats) tested, de-wormed, treated for fleas/ticks, given heartworm preventative if applicable and microchipped. Dog: $65 Puppy: $85 Cat: $40 Kitten: $50

Go meet their pets

The Adoption Center is open 6 days a week. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 11:00am-5:30pm Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm Sunday 1:00pm-5:30pm
The Adoption Center is open 6 days a week. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 11:00am-5:30pm Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm Sunday 1:00pm-5:30pm

More about this shelter

Our mission: To enhance the lives of companion animals and people by encouraging a culture of responsibility and compassion. McKamey Animal Center in Chattanooga, TN, first opened its doors to the city’s homeless pets in July 2008. A leader in animal welfare both locally and nationally, the nonprofit shelter’s mission is to enhance the lives of companion animals and people by encouraging a culture of responsibility and compassion. As an open admission facility, the Center provides animal services and care for any animal in the city of Chattanooga regardless of age, breed, health, and temperament. McKamey has a number of thriving programs to benefit companion animals and people including adoption, foster, rescue, trap-neuter-return for feral cats, and humane education. For more information on McKamey Animal Center, please visit www.mckameyanimalcenter.org.
Our mission: To enhance the lives of companion animals and people by encouraging a culture of responsibility and compassion. McKamey Animal Center in Chattanooga, TN, first opened its doors to the city’s homeless pets in July 2008. A leader in animal welfare both locally and nationally, the nonprofit shelter’s mission is to enhance the lives of companion animals and people by encouraging a culture of responsibility and compassion. As an open admission facility, the Center provides animal services and care for any animal in the city of Chattanooga regardless of age, breed, health, and temperament. McKamey has a number of thriving programs to benefit companion animals and people including adoption, foster, rescue, trap-neuter-return for feral cats, and humane education. For more information on McKamey Animal Center, please visit www.mckameyanimalcenter.org.