SUPER URGENT!! CAN LEAVE NOW!!Kennel 2)#766 Brown Brindle puppy MALE 3 mo. Shelter will euth as it fills and time is of the essence for health reasons. Located in the Montgomery County Animal Shelter in Mt Sterling, KY, about 1/2 hour east of Lexington. No pull fees for approved 501c3 rescues. Some pull, some transport, vetting and boarding are available - please contact Elaine at ***@**** for more info. Please share with reputable rescue resources. No Craig's List/classifieds PLEASE. Adoption inquiries should be directed to the shelter. Montgomery County Animal Shelter 491 Adena Dr. Mount Sterling, KY 40353. Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-3:30pm. Saturday-Sunday CLOSED. Phone: Phone: 859-498-8751
OK...email addresses won't post properly, so I will post the email address with dashes in between. Anyone interested will have to remove the dashes before noting down the email address....
Elaine at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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