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Lab mix pup male

Stray awaiting owner reclaim - Gate City, VA

This dog will be available on July 16th, 2020.

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Breed: Labrador mix?

Sex: Male

Age: 2 months approx

Size: Medium

Color: Black

Coat: Smooth

Notes: Due to its age and not being neutered, this pup is only available to homes in Scott County, VA. Breed: Lab mix, Stray: Fairview community, Sex: 3 females, 1 male, Age: 8 weeks, Weight: 8 pounds, Available: 7-16-20.

Available on this date: July 16th, 2020

If this is your dog please call 276-452-1325 NOW to arrange to collect him. If there is no answer, leave a message. Note: SCAS now charge a Return to Owner Fee: $13 the first day, then $3.00 each day afterwards.

Dogs are claimed, adopted and rescued everyday so please contact us to check that this dog is available.

Stray dogs without identication are kept for 7 days before being put up for adoption. Dogs with identication are kept for 10 days before being put up for adoption. We would like a dog to go to a new home or rescue as soon as possible after its "available" date.

  • SCAS charge $30 to adopt a dog, and require that all dogs adopted from us are spayed/neutered, and vaccinated within 30 days of adoption.
  • You will be required to provide us with documentation from your veterinarian’s office within the 30 day time period to prove the dog is spayed/neutered and vaccinated.
  • Dogs that are adopted to out of state residents must be spayed/neutered prior to leaving Virginia (this includes Kingsport and Bristol, TN residents). If the dog is not of age (puppy) to be spayed/neutered then it will not be adopted to individuals that live outside of Virginia.
  • Rescues are not charged a ‘pull fee’ to rescue a dog but may be required to pay a vaccination fee. We welcome your inquiries and will work with you any way we can.
  • State law requires that adopted dogs be sterilized within 30 days of adoption.
  • State law requires that all dogs and cats be vaccinated for rabies.

Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to ensure these details are accurate, the webmaster and Scott County Animal Shelter cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from the information displayed here.


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