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Currently located in

Auckland

Animal listed by:

Henderson Animal Shelter
Hunky Harlem

This is Harlem

Harlem is now adopted!!! Breed: Rotti x Staffy Age: 1 year 5 months Sex: Male Time with the staff helps Harlem remember we love him and won't give up on him! Waiting patiently since January! A stray never claimed, left and forgotten about! Will you adopt this handsome fella? Meet Hunky HARLEM, a playful, confident young man who loves everyone. He is energetic and enthusiastic in his approach to life and is food, toy and praise motivated which should make training easier. Harlem has had some training and already knows sit, shake, and down, but, will needa n experienced owner who is willing to continue with to help him blossom into the great dog we know he is. He would suit a couple or family environment with older children over the age of 8 years with no cats or stock. If you would like to meet HArlem, he is available for viewing at the Henderson Shelter 48 The Concourse (09) 836 7777. Harlem will cost $275 to adopt. All dogs are desexed, microchiped, registered, wormed, flea’d, have their first vaccination and you’ll receive a free Pedigree food pack. If you are interested in adopting this dog please contact the Henderson Animal Shelter on 09-8367777 or come to 48 The Concourse, Henderson - kennels are open for viewing during weekdays from 10:15am-4:15pm, and weekends from 11am-3pm. You will need to have a fully fenced section or a suitable containment area in order to adopt a dog from the shelter.

Specifications

  • Location : Auckland
  • (09) 836 7777
  • Species: Dog
  • Breed: Rotti x Staffy
  • Fur Length: Short Hair
  • Sex: Male
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Listed: 04.06.18

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