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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.....

Posted Thursday, January 10, 2013, at 3:55 PM

"Please help us find a good home!!"
Aren't these just the cutest pups ever?? They were dumped in our local park, and now they are part of our Shelter family for a short time. They are lab mixes, and we estimate their age to be about 8-12 weeks. They will probably be bigger dogs. They are available for adoption with only a $52 non-refundable deposit to the veterinarian of your choice. The $52 is a down payment toward their eventual spay or neuter and rabies shot, and your promise that you will get the work done. Any remaining cost for the the vet work is your responsibility.

These guys won't be here long, and they are anxious to find their forever home. Call about these pups today, or drop by the Shelter to see them in person. Our hours and contact information are listed to the right of this blog entry.

UPDATE Jan. 14, 2013** These pups have all been adopted! But we have lots of other nice dogs available, call us for more information!

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The Marshall Animal Shelter is located at 325 N. Grant Ave., Marshall, MO,65340. Phone number is 660-831-0420. Business hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week, except holidays, and by chance or appointment. Adoption fees for fully vetted adult animals are $70 for cats and $80 for dogs. View our pets at www.salineanimalleague.org.
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