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Five Beagles are Allegan County ‘surrenders, not ‘strays’

This is one of five little ones that 10390901_850902021618149_7230368445428322626_nwere not strays, but rather surrenders. Apply today if you are interested, because we do not think they will be with us long. These five puppies are Beagle/Blue Tick Coonhound mix, with those big soft ears and wanting eyes. Pups (Bailey – female, Beasley – female, , Betsy – female, Billy Bob – male, and Benny – male) will be available for viewing Wednesday, Feb. 11.
Fill out an application today to be considered for one of these 
pups!

All stray pets at the Allegan County Shelter have a short “stray hold,” waiting for their family to reclaim them. If you see your pet in this photo gallery it is important you call the shelter ASAP. Please leave a message with your name and number if you are calling before or after  business hours.

Please note that in order to reclaim a pet you must have some proof of ownership such as vet records, pictures, etc. There is also an impound fee as well as vetting fees and boarding. Call the shelter for details at (269) 686-5112.

 

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