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Thursday, June 25, 2015

"VIVIAN" one of the sweetest young Pitbulls in town

ADOPTED!
July 14, 2015
Available for Adoption at the Bonnie L Hays, Washington County Animal Shelter!
The Washington Co Animal Shelter is Open Mon through Sat
(Closed on Sunday and Holidays)

Washington Co Animal Shelter (Bonnie L Hays)
1901 SE 24th Ave MS 53
Hillsboro, OR 97123
503-846-7041
 
ps - please note - the shelter does not take holds but you can call in advance to see if the dog is still available at time of call

here are  Vivianne's  Petfinder weblinks1  and weblink2

Vivian is a lovely girl, sweet and gentle. She is really coming out of her shell now that she has been getting volunteer and staff attention. She has a shy nature and needs to find someone she can talk to. She will make a loving companion and is looking for an indoor home where she is appreciated.

2yrs old, 60 lbs, children 12 and up

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If this dog is appropriate for a home with children, you must bring children aged 12 and under to the shelter with you for the adoption process. Not all dogs and children are a perfect match, so we want to make sure that the dog you select is a family-friendly dog.If you have one or more existing dogs in your home, we require a "meet and greet" between your dogs and the adoptive dog at our shelter. Please plan to bring your dog(s) with you before the adoption can be finalized so we can be sure that the dogs and the humans all agree this dog will be the perfect match for your family!

Adoptions are on a first-come first-served basis among approved applicants. We cannot hold pets, so when you are ready to select a pet, please come prepared.

 
 
  I have a lucky 'wishbone" on my neck. A good home for me will be lucky for us all!
 
 I was a bit of a withering violet at first, because I was shy and was probably an outside dog and didn't get much attention (and you bet, I want an inside home next time and lots of love from you) ....the volunteers at Bonnie Hays, Wash Co Shelter think that I am awesome and love to see me opening up now!.Funny that coming into the shelter was the best thing that could have happened to me in my short life...I am learning lots of stuff, like sit and shake, and I love to roll over and get belly rubs! 

(ok - in this pic, I'm just being shy of the camera.....but I LOVE to shake your hand for a treat!)
 
 and I really do love belly loves from my friends

 


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