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My name is Mao!
I'm being cared for by
Humane Society of Utah
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Sign Adoption Contract

3.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
HSUT-A-19257

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story

If you like squishy jowls and endearing smiles, then you'll love Mao! He is 4 years old and 80 pounds, and enjoys meeting new people and dogs. His hobbies include playing with toys, napping and cuddling. He is house trained and has done well with children. Come meet this good boy at the Humane Society of Utah. He is house trained knows sit, shake, and stay
If you like squishy jowls and endearing smiles, then you'll love Mao! He is 4 years old and 80 pounds, and enjoys meeting new people and dogs. His hobbies include playing with toys, napping and cuddling. He is house trained and has done well with children. Come meet this good boy at the Humane Society of Utah. He is house trained knows sit, shake, and stay
Shelter

Humane Society of Utah

Contact info
Pet ID
HSUT-A-19257
Contact
Email
Address
Murray, UT 84107

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Sign Adoption Contract

3.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

When you come in to the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) to adopt a pet, you will first be allowed to walk through our dog areas (Tiny Town and Dawgville), cat area (Kitty City), rabbit area (Bunny Bungalows), and small animal area (Rodent Ranch). If you're not quite sure what type of pet will best fit your lifestyle, just ask one of our friendly Adoption team members to recommend one for you—they'll be happy to help! When looking to adopt, please bring the whole family and make the choice of a pet together. If you are adopting a second dog, you may bring your other dog to the shelter so that our staff can conduct an introduction to make sure they get along. Or, we'll be happy to discuss techniques to introduce your new pet at your home. If you decide that you want to adopt, you will need to fill out an Adoption Profile with an Adoption team member to ensure that you and the animal will make a good match. Following approval, you will pay the adoption fee and receive some information about your new pet. To save some time, you are welcome to download, print and complete the Adoption Profile at home. Be sure to bring the paperwork with you when you come to our shelter. Profiles cannot be accepted by email, fax or mail.
When you come in to the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) to adopt a pet, you will first be allowed to walk through our dog areas (Tiny Town and Dawgville), cat area (Kitty City), rabbit area (Bunny Bungalows), and small animal area (Rodent Ranch). If you're not quite sure what type of pet will best fit your lifestyle, just ask one of our friendly Adoption team members to recommend one for you—they'll be happy to help! When looking to adopt, please bring the whole family and make the choice of a pet together. If you are adopting a second dog, you may bring your other dog to the shelter so that our staff can conduct an introduction to make sure they get along. Or, we'll be happy to discuss techniques to introduce your new pet at your home. If you decide that you want to adopt, you will need to fill out an Adoption Profile with an Adoption team member to ensure that you and the animal will make a good match. Following approval, you will pay the adoption fee and receive some information about your new pet. To save some time, you are welcome to download, print and complete the Adoption Profile at home. Be sure to bring the paperwork with you when you come to our shelter. Profiles cannot be accepted by email, fax or mail.

Go meet their pets

4242 S 300 W in Murray, Utah Adoptions open: Monday-Sunday 10 - 7
4242 S 300 W in Murray, Utah Adoptions open: Monday-Sunday 10 - 7

More about this shelter

Founded in 1960, the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) has always fostered an atmosphere of love, compassion, and respect for Utah’s pets and is dedicated to the elimination of pain, fear, and suffering in all animals. We work hard to ensure that every healthy and treatable pet that enters our facility will be placed into a loving home. There is no set limit on the length of time an animal may remain in our adoption program. HSU is an open-admission shelter, meaning that our doors are always open for any animal that we can legally accept. In 2014, an expansion and renovation project was completed which allowed the HSU to save more pets than ever before. Through an education-focused adoption process, positive promotion of shelter pets, and our many other programs and services, even more animals are expected to be saved in the future.
Founded in 1960, the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) has always fostered an atmosphere of love, compassion, and respect for Utah’s pets and is dedicated to the elimination of pain, fear, and suffering in all animals. We work hard to ensure that every healthy and treatable pet that enters our facility will be placed into a loving home. There is no set limit on the length of time an animal may remain in our adoption program. HSU is an open-admission shelter, meaning that our doors are always open for any animal that we can legally accept. In 2014, an expansion and renovation project was completed which allowed the HSU to save more pets than ever before. Through an education-focused adoption process, positive promotion of shelter pets, and our many other programs and services, even more animals are expected to be saved in the future.