Eli Is Available For Adoption

Dec 13, 2019 | Charity, Pets

I’ve partnered again with the Beaver County Humane Society and had the pleasure of meeting a very sweet Pit Bull Terrier this week named Eli.  Eli is a brown and white neutered male and at only 2 years old, he is very calm.  This sweet boy posed for many pictures and allowed me to move around him snapping photos at every angle.  Scroll down to see this beautiful boy and read his bio below.  As you can see, he is treat oriented and loves his handler Lexi.
 
ELI
Kennel # LD04
AID: #A030318
 
I am a sweet, wiggly boy who loves all humans, big or little.  I am housebroken and very good in the house, but I tend to not like to be alone.  I came here as a stray, and I am still learning about play groups and other dogs.  At this time, I cannot go home with other dogs.  I cannot go home with cats or small animals.  I’m a happy boy that loves just about everyone!  I love to be where the people are!  I love to snuggle so if you are looking for a boy like me who will adore you every day and forever, call the Beaver County Humane Society at 724-775-5801
 
My adoption fee includes:
-Initial canine distemper combination vaccination
-First worming or still check
-Rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
-AVID microchipping
-Flea treatment/preventative
-Spaying or neutering
 
My adoption fee is $135.00
 
 

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2 Comments

  1. Sharon

    Hope he finds a good home.

    Reply
    • Bobbi

      I know! I do to. It breaks my heart to see these animals in shelters and not in a good home but at least they are safe, warm, and not going hungry. I will be doing this once a month featuring a dog, cat, or rabbit. It is hard emotionally but I want to help.

      Reply

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