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Paris Animal Welfare Society
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American Pit Bull Terrier/Dalmatian
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My story

Pennie is super sweet and loves attention. She is about 6 months old and currently weighs around 45 pounds. She has done well with other dogs. She is so sweet that she even rolled over the entire time for her medical evaluation! She will be spayed, chipped, heartworm tested, and current on vaccines and preventatives prior to adoption. Her adoption fee is $25 plus tax.
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Age: 0yrs 6mths 2wks


Paris Animal Welfare Society

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Paris, KY 40361

Their adoption process

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Puppy adoption fee is $200-$350 Dog adoption fee is $100 - $300 Cats adoption fee is $35 - $65 Kitten adoption fee is $65 - $90 We have an adoption applications on our website, . All our animals are vetted, microchipped, and spayed/neutered before they go to their new home.

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Our shelter is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 12:00 - 6:00 PM. We have cats/kittens available for adoption every day and dogs/puppies available for adoption on the weekends at the Petsmart in Hamburg Shopping Center in Lexington, KY.

More about this shelter

The Paris Animal Welfare Society (P.A.W.S.) is a private 501(c)3 organization, established in 1992, which runs an animal shelter located in beautiful Paris, Kentucky. As a private organization, we are solely dependent on private donations and community support. Our mission is to save and protect homeless animals through responsible adoptions, to provide humane care for all animals entrusted to us, to advocate for animal welfare, and to enhance the human-animal bond by promoting healthy relationships between pets and people in our community. P.A.W.S. serves mainly Bourbon County, taking in stray animals and those relinquished by their owners. We are managed admission, which means we take in by appointment. Despite being a small organization, we took in almost 1700 animals in 2015. At P.A.W.S., we do not euthanize healthy adoptable animals.