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My name is
Marky Mark!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 5 hours ago

Cared for by Paw Patrol
Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Meet the Pet

3

Home Check

Adoption fee: $175

This helps Paw Patrol with pet care costs.

My basic info

Breed
Beagle
Color
Age
9 years 6 months old, Senior
Size
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg) (when grown)
Weight
36 lbs (current)
Sex
Male
Pet ID
21193

My details

Alert icon Not good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Marky Mark is an approximately 9 year old beagle mix who, yes, is the lead singer of Marky Mark and the Barky Bunch! Not to be confused with Mark Walberg from the Funky Bunch. If you do adopt Marky Mark you will have full access and backstage passes to every concert that they bark at. This will include bus access while touring which is filled with all the good vibrations. (For legal purposes, Barky Bunch's band member Hector "The Booty Inspector" only sniffs other dogs, humans will not be affected.) When he is not on tour, Marky Mark loves to stay at home laiiiiiid back (with his mind on his money and his money on his mind, of course). He loves his orthopedic doggie bed. He is house and crate trained. He is claustrophobic and does not like cars or tight spaces, so you must be willing to share all aspects of your bed with this pop star. He would be best with a house that is calm, such as no children; his nerves are shot from all that touring. Marky Mark is so worn out from being on tour, he just wants someone to relax and watch tv with, although an occasional stroll around the neighborhood to check out his groupies is appreciated. The cutest thing about him is his front paws are pointed outward due to a genetic deformity, but it doesn't stop him from shaking his thang! If you are interested, please apply at pawpatroldayton.com. He comes fully vaccinated, microchipped, and neutered. To celebrate the dog days of summer, we are having an adoption special on our adult bully/bully mixes which we suspect Marky Mark may have a bit of bully in him. Therefore his adoption fee will be $85. His adoption fee will return to 175 dollars on August 16th. PS if you work for Calvin Klein, please stop calling us. Marky Mark only wears SilverPAW, thank you. All of our animals are vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered before being adopted.


Rescue
Paw Patrol

Contact info

Pet ID
21193
Contact
Address
Kettering, OH 45429

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

We do not have a public facility. In order to meet our pets, please fill out an application.

2.

Meet the Pet

Once you are approved, you will be contacted to schedule a meet and greet.

3.

Home Check

Once you decide to adopt, we do require a virtual home check before adoption

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fees cover spay/neuter for our dogs, vaccinations, heart worm testing/medication, microchipping and any vet care necessary. Once you fill out an application on the adoptables tab on our website, http://pawpatroldayton.com/adoptable-dogs, a representative will conduct a reference check with your vet provided. A call to the potential adopter will be made when the representative is done verifying the information on the contract.

More about this rescue

Paw Patrol is a dedicated group of volunteers working to improve the quality of life for pets living in our community.

Our Mission is:
OUR MISSION
- To rescue and re-home neglected, abused, or otherwise unwanted pets into loving homes.
- To provide shelter in the form of a lean-to or doghouse to outdoor pets in an effort to keep them dry and warm.
- To provide outdoor dogs with alternatives to chaining in order to improve their quality of life.
- To promote the importance of spaying/neutering pets and to offer this service to pets in our community.
- To provide information to the public about the negative aspects of pet tethering.
- To assist owners with necessary resources to allow them to keep their pet happy, healthy, and out of the already over-crowded shelter system.