Pets available for adoption in Summit County |

Pets available for adoption in Summit County

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Special to the DailyMercedes is a 7-year-old female rottweiler. She is wonderful with adults, kids, dogs and cats. She has kidney disease and needs to be on prescription food, but can lead a full life. She is mellow and doesn't need a lot of exercise. Are you looking for a new best friend?

Meli – 5-year-old domestic medium-hair, tortie female

Florence – 1-year/5-month-old domestic short-hair, black female

Jude – 2-year-old domestic short-hair, black-and-white male

Max – 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black male

Bennie – 2-year-old domestic short-hair mix, black male

cassie – 4-year-old domestic medium-hair, orange-and-white female

Tora – 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black female

Snuggles – 5-year-old domestic long-hair mix, tortie female

Ellen – 2-year-old domestic short-hair mix, gray tab female

Buttercup – 3-year-old domestic short-hair, cream female

Tumble – 2-year-old domestic short-hair mix, white-and-black male

Murray – 10-year-old domestic medium-hair, orange tabby male

Bella – 3-year-old domestic short-hair, tortie female

Tully – 1-year-old border collie mix, black-and-white male

Onyx – 3-year-old pit bull, blue female

Buella – 2-year-old Australian cattle dog mix, red merle female

Mercedes – 7-year-old rottweiler, black-and-tan female

Wiggles – no age, pug and smooth-coated Chihuahua mix, tan unaltered female

Blanca – 2-year-old lab/American bulldog mix, white-and-brown female

Skippie – 3-year-old smooth-coated Chihuahua mix, tan male

Lola – 4-month-old Great Pyrenees mix, white-and-tan female

Kona – no age, West Highland white terrier, male

Lily – no age, West Highland white terrier, female

Alexandra – 3-year-old pit bull/French bulldog mix, brown-and-white, unaltered female

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