Pets of the Week - Meet Stacy Belle & Silvan
By Animal Services
Posted on August 08, 2022, August 08, 2022

Dog of the Week – Meet Stacy Belle

This four-year-old female Pit Bull Terrier mix is brown and black in color and weighs 44 pounds. Here it is the second week of “Dogust” and we have a great dog ready to be adopted. Stacy Belle loves to “chill-ax” (chill+relax) after expending energy playing with toys. Partial to belly rubs, she’s quick to roll over on her back to entice you to indulge her. She’s also a ham around the camera and likes being photographed sporting a bandana. She has mastered the command of “sit” and walks well on a leash. Treats are one of her favorite things to earn, get, or maybe even take when no one is looking. This VIP designated pet with a reduced adoption fee is eager for a loving family to choose her. Providing exercise opportunities and lots of love to her would be on her list of favorite things. Don’t delay, add Stacy Belle to your family. Meet Stacy Belle at Dog Adoptions (DA) 23, her ID number is A50659815.

Second Dog of the Week – Meet Silvan

This four-year-old male Australian Shepherd mix is white and brown in color and weighs 54 pounds. While he can be somewhat timid at first, Silvan soon turns into the life of the party. He has a great personality and loves to “people watch” and hang out with friends. He likes being in a crowd where he can stand out. Walking well on a leash is easily achieved but he could use some extra practice on the “sit” trick. He seems to be interested in other dogs so he might do well with other furry family members. Belly rubs and chest rubs are definitely appreciated and are some of his favorite things. Silvan is patiently waiting for the right family to check him out and adopt him. He’d love to be adopted so he could spend the rest of “Dogust” in a new furrever home. Meet Silvan in Dog Adoptions (DA) 21, his ID number is A50703221.

Adoption fees include all core vaccinations, alteration, microchip and 30 days free pet insurance.

Neeson & Carl

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