Saving Pets One at a Time Inc, the Morgan County Humane Society
We are all volunteers. Our mission is to reduce the number of dogs euthanized at the pound, reunite lost dogs with owners, and provide food so families can keep their dogs through difficult times. Food pantry dogs must be spay/neutered to qualify for free food. We have monthly clinics at no or low charge for Morgan County dogs. We rescue and place about 300 per year. We keep dogs in foster homes so we really get to know them before adoption. We think in a small county like ours, a shelter building is an unnecessary expense, besides being bad for the dogs.
Dog of many colors, Dottie is an elegant lady with nice manners, although she knows how to have fun too. She was raised as a house dog, gets along with everybody, and is a good companion. She almost never barks. Age 1 year, weight 34 pounds. Spayed, current on shots, Lyme/heartworm tested. Fee $200.
Adoption Process application with vet reference, basic fee is $150, contract and 2 week try out. All dogs are fixed and current on shots, flea/worm treated, and heartworm free.
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