Conway Animal Welfare Unit 6/8/17

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DANDY

I know…I too have a flea allergy…but don’t worry I will be Dandy in no time! I’m a sweet Lab/Pitbull mix about 2 yrs old and I weigh 40 lbs. I’m a pretty laid back gal…quiet and make friends quickly. I love to be outside enjoying the fresh air and would love a nice yard to call my own. I’m looking for a new family so stop by soon so we can get to know each other! I’m available now! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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DIXIE

These people and their breeds…sometimes I wonder where they get this stuff from. They called me a Pointer mix…well its clear I’m a new breed called come and adopt me…its all the new rage…My name is Dixie…but you can call me Dixie. I’m 1-2 yrs old and weigh 40 lbs. I too like some of my other fur friends here have a flea allergy…but I’m getting good treatment and should be all better soon…its just a little spot on my…well you know. I’m an active girl…especially now that I don’t have to chase fleas I have more time for fun stuff like chasing butterflies, leaves and just about any toy. I get along with just about everything from 2 legs, 4 legs and wings. If my owners don’t come I will be available 6/6/17. Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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ENYA

If there was a breed called velcro….that would be ME! The closer I can get the happier I am! My name is Enya and I am a 3yr old Terrier mix I am about 3 yrs old and I weigh 40 lbs….like my beautiful brindle coat isn’t enough…I have a gaze that will melt your heart! I am so easy to handle, quiet, calm and I love showing off my best feature which is my belly. Its hard to believe my owners never came to look for me….so I’m available now! Stop in soon so I can show you my belly! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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CARTER

Just look at my face…don’t look at my chest or my feet….I know I look like a train wreck….these fleas are driving me NUTS! The good news is they are treating me…and the even better news is can you imagine how handsome I’m gonna be once I’m well! Not only do I have a little flea allergy, I’ve missed a meal or too but they are feeding me all I want and sometimes I eat so much I can hardly move…which is a good thing. My name is Carter and I am a Great Pyrenees/Husky mix…I think they made the Husky part up only because I have a blue eye…but hey…as long as they feed me they can call me a Poodle for all I care! I’m about 8 mths old and weigh 32 lbs. I’m all fixed up, if you know what I mean, and I’m ready for my new home! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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Hail Caesar! I’m a neutered male Pitbull mix, I’m about 2 yrs old and weigh 50 lbs. I was surrendered by my owner for unknown reasons. I was surrendered along with my friend Tiny but she was adopted. I was a little nervous when I first arrived…new place and all…but I’ve settle in and even made some friends. I’m a friendly guy once I get to know you, playful, housebroken and love kids. I’m available now! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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CHARLIE

Gee where do I start…I mean just look at me…handsome DEVIL! I’m actually a sweet boy and not devilish at all….ok so I’m a little active…ok so maybe alot active. I just enjoy life so much I can’t wait for the next adventure. See…I mean I’m getting excited just telling you about me! In case I forgot, I’m Charlie a neutered male Labrador, stunning if I do say so myself, I’m about 1 yr old and I weigh 45 lbs. I LOVE life and hope to find a human that is just as excited about tomorrow as I am! If not reclaimed by my owner I will be available 6/5/17. Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

 

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GEORGE

Just call me double C….Chow/Corgi mix….double C…I think they made that up. My real name is George…they made that up too since they have no idea what my name is….I’m a laid back guy, easy going and relatively quiet. I’m a pretty short guy…guess that’s were they get the Corgi…could be Bassett. As you can see though I have the face similar to a Chow. I’ve been here a few days now waiting on my owner but they haven’t come. They did a heartworm test on me today and I was hoping for good news…but turns out it was POSITIVE…but hey…at least I don’t have a flea allergy. Now I don’t mean to make light of my condition but I did hear them say the Friends would help with my treatment once I’m adopted. I hope someone has room in their heart and home for a sweet guy like me! I’m available now! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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HERCULES

Well now there is a reason they named me Hercules….I’m a big boy at 73 lbs and about 3 yrs old. I’m a strong boy so you will need to hold on tight. I’m a friendly guy in fact I love meeting new people. I’ve been here a few days, I even have a microchip but my owners didn’t register it. So if you like big, strong, friendly handsome guys…stop in for a visit…I’m available now! Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.

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Contact Conway Animal Welfare unit for more information and pet availability.

Phone # (501) 450-6160

Address - 4550 Hwy 64 West, Conway, Arkansas 

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