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Better Together Animal Alliance
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Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
PAS-A-17668

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Small blue checkmark Purebred
Shelter

Better Together Animal Alliance

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our friendly staff will work with you to find the right dog or cat for your home. Get started by checking our online adoption listings or stop by the animal care center. It’s important you spend time getting to know prospective pets. If you have questions or wish to visit with an animal, just ask a staff member for assistance. To adopt from BTAA you must be present and at least 18 years of age or older. If you find an animal you wish to adopt, we’ll review the pet’s file to ensure that you and the pet you’ve selected are a good match. This will include medical and/or behavioral considerations as well.
Our friendly staff will work with you to find the right dog or cat for your home. Get started by checking our online adoption listings or stop by the animal care center. It’s important you spend time getting to know prospective pets. If you have questions or wish to visit with an animal, just ask a staff member for assistance. To adopt from BTAA you must be present and at least 18 years of age or older. If you find an animal you wish to adopt, we’ll review the pet’s file to ensure that you and the pet you’ve selected are a good match. This will include medical and/or behavioral considerations as well.

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We are located in Ponderay, Idaho. We are open to the public 7 days a week noon to 4:30 pm. Please call (208) 265-7297 for assistance as needed.
We are located in Ponderay, Idaho. We are open to the public 7 days a week noon to 4:30 pm. Please call (208) 265-7297 for assistance as needed.

More about this shelter

The mission of Better Together Animal Alliance, formerly Panhandle Animal Shelter, is to create and support meaningful connections by enhancing the lives of dogs, cats, and the people in our community who love them. Better Together Animal Alliance serves the Inland Northwest and its primary goal is to keep pets and families together. This is achieved by supporting pet owners using best practice programs and by supporting both sides of the human-animal bond in a friendly and non-judgmental way. Better Together Animal Alliance's owner support programs help pet owners take care of their pets, preventing the need to surrender them to the animal care facility. Programs include a pet food bank, a help line, Pets for Life, Home To Home, Temporary Loving Care, and Trap-Neuter-Return services for community cats. Of the animals served annually, only 1/3 ever enter the animal care facility and most are cared for in their homes or through community-based programs. When an animal needs a safe place to stay until they find a new home, they are cared for at the animal care facility where cats live cage-free in a stimulating and spacious cat haven and dogs enjoy the benefits of being out of their kennels walking or playing several times a day. Better Together Animal Alliance is the founder of Home To Home, an online pet rehoming tool for animal shelters. The program is used in by shelters and rescues across the United States and Canada and helps pets find new homes without ever entering an animal shelter.
The mission of Better Together Animal Alliance, formerly Panhandle Animal Shelter, is to create and support meaningful connections by enhancing the lives of dogs, cats, and the people in our community who love them. Better Together Animal Alliance serves the Inland Northwest and its primary goal is to keep pets and families together. This is achieved by supporting pet owners using best practice programs and by supporting both sides of the human-animal bond in a friendly and non-judgmental way. Better Together Animal Alliance's owner support programs help pet owners take care of their pets, preventing the need to surrender them to the animal care facility. Programs include a pet food bank, a help line, Pets for Life, Home To Home, Temporary Loving Care, and Trap-Neuter-Return services for community cats. Of the animals served annually, only 1/3 ever enter the animal care facility and most are cared for in their homes or through community-based programs. When an animal needs a safe place to stay until they find a new home, they are cared for at the animal care facility where cats live cage-free in a stimulating and spacious cat haven and dogs enjoy the benefits of being out of their kennels walking or playing several times a day. Better Together Animal Alliance is the founder of Home To Home, an online pet rehoming tool for animal shelters. The program is used in by shelters and rescues across the United States and Canada and helps pets find new homes without ever entering an animal shelter.