Pets of the Week - Meet Malik & Paulie
By Animal Services
Posted on April 08, 2024, April 08, 2024

Pets of the Week

Dog of the Week – Meet Malik

This two-year, one-month-old male Pit Bull Terrier mix is brown, black and white in color and weighs 69 pounds. The name Malik means "king" and that seems to suit this guy. Having been in the shelter over 36 days, he is ready to find his new "furever" kingdom (home) to be a part of. You may notice it seems like he has a big "bully" head, nothing wrong with that, as it matches his big heart. Perhaps Malik has had some previous obedience training as he walks well on a leash and knows the command of "sit" and he does seem to be treat motivated (will sit for food?). Having tested as heartworm positive, a new adopter should follow up with heartworm treatment so Malik can continue to live his best life. A VIP pet due to length of time in the shelter, Malik can be adopted at a reduced adoption fee.  Meet Malik at Dog Adoptions (DA) 14, his ID number is A55451481.

Second Dog of the Week – Meet Paulie

This three-year, one-month-old male Retriever mix is brown and white in color and weighs 46 pounds. Earth to outer space, Paulie calling... From the photo you might think that Paulie is getting satellite cable TV because of the "dish" he is wearing from being recently altered. It is a little more challenging to get around with the "dish" but this youngun is so full of spunk and fun it doesn't seem to slow him down. He would probably be a good fit for any family type or family size. Once he is released from wearing the "dish", Paulie would love to exercise with his new adoptive family. Having spent about a month in the shelter, Paulie is ready to be free from the confines of a kennel (and his "dish). Adopting this VIP dog at a reduced adoption fee won't reduce your satellite cable bill, but it will provide you with entertainment! Meet Paulie at Dog Adoptions (DA) 14, his ID number is A55486493.

Adoption fees include all core vaccinations, alteration and microchip.

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