My name is Kincaid!

Posted 1 year ago

My basic info

Flat-Coated Retriever/Chow Chow
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
Pet ID

My details

Alert icon Not good with dogs
Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

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

Kincaid gives a whole new meaning to 'wide open' - he looks at everything as new and exciting! His combination of retriever goofiness and chow independence makes him a free spirit. He is looking for a partner who will train and engage with him respectfully. He also would enjoy a lot of time to run, roam, and explore on his own. A fine companion, he will be a good guardian of his home. He has not been compatible with other animals. 

~  Will be spayed/neutered prior to leaving the shelter.
~  Est DOB:  Jul 2020
~  Intake weight:  54#  
~  Adoption details/application:

May 31, 2024, 6:27 pm
Calhoun County Humane Society, Inc.

Contact info

Pet ID
1201 Parkwood Drive, Anniston, AL 36201

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

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The adoption fee for dogs includes vaccinations (DA2PLP+CV, Bordatella, Rabies) spaying/neutering, heartworm check, deworming, heartworm prevention, flea preventative, and microchip.

The adoption fee for cats includes a full exam (feleck/FIV tested, FVRCP), spaying/ neutering, rabies, deworming, and flea preventative.

If you wish to adopt a pet you will need to fill out an adoption application. You can either pick one up at the shelter or email the shelter to request an application be emailed to you.

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Saturday - 12:00 - 3:00pm
Sun - closed to the public

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More about this shelter

The Calhoun County Humane Society, Inc. (dba The Animal Shelter), located in Anniston, Alabama, was established in 1973 as a result of the efforts of Susan Levens Phillips.

Our mission is

**To provide the pets in our care with a decent, safe and sanitary place;
**To prevent cruelty to animals;
**To stop suffering among animals mutilated or injured;
**To educate the public about the tremendous pet over-population facing the United States;
**To promote spaying and neutering to stop the senseless killing of animals;
**To place as many pets as possible in responsible homes.

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