Wade is a beautiful fawn and white pittie boy with soulful eyes! He’s a playful pup that loves spending time with our volunteers and playing in the yard. Wade does well with other dogs, however he is not submissive to other males if they’re sassy first since he has not yet been neutered. Wade is a sweet boy that walks well on a leash, he even sits and gives paw on command!
Adoption fee: $150; includes spay or neuter, vaccinations (dhlpp and rabies), deworming for intestinal parasites and flea treatment. Heartworm test (including first 30 days of prevention) can be added for an additional $20.
The Baldwin County Animal Shelter is often operating at capacity, this means that for every dog or cat that comes in, another must leave via rescue or adoption, or risk being euthanized for space. Multiple dogs and cats come to the shelter EVERY DAY, which means animals must also be moving out at the same rate. Unfortunately, sometimes there are larger adult, “pitbull” or mix-breed dogs that are continually overlooked for their younger or more “adoptable” counterparts. Please consider adopting a new best friend today!
Bansai is a young adult, male boxer mix appox 2 years old and 55 pounds. He has a playful, silly personality and ears to match! Bansai is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative, current on prevention and ready for a family to love him!
Bansai loves people and loves to play with female dogs, but can be a little bit selective with his male doggie friends. Since Bansai really loves to play hard and wrestle with his friends, he would do best in a home without small dogs, cats or small children, though he is not aggressive.
Jack-Jack is a full-blooded male rottweiler (with a cropped tail) that came to the shelter because his elderly owner passed away. He is 7.5 years old and approximately 150 pounds. (He is a bit overweight, but he’s also a BIG guy.) Jack-Jack is neutered, up to date on vaccines and friendly with people, including strangers, in the shelter environment. He even walks nicely on a leash and mostly tries to avoid your fingers as he takes a snack from them! BUT he is typical of his breed and must get to know a person before they attempt to “control” him. AND he will be territorial in his home environment. *For these reasons, rottweiler or mastiff breed experience is required.* A meet and greet with existing dogs will also be required. ABSOLUTELY NO CATS.