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Summit pets available for adoption

My name is Buck and I am a 2 year old neutered male chocolate lab mix. I am a very sweet and loving boy who gets along well with other dogs and every human I meet. I was found as a stray in Texas and thank goodness I made it her to Colorado - it’s way cooler. I would love to find an active home where I will go for long walks, hikes, or runs.
Michael Yearout / Summit County Animal Shelter |

Contact the Summit County Animal Shelter at (970) 668-3230

CATS

POOKIE, 10 years, Domestic Shorthair mix, tortie, spayed female

TAMALE, 6 years, Domestic Shorthair mix, gray and white, neutered male

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CHLOE, 7 years, Domestic Shorthair mix, black, spayed female

REILLEY, 16 years, Tonkinese, seal point, neutered male

BAILEY, 16 years, Tonkinese, seal point, neutered male

PINO, 2 years, Domestic Shorthair mix, black and white, spayed female

TIGGER ROO, 2 years, Domestic Longhair mix, orange, neutered male

DOGS

HANK, 2 years, German Shepherd Dog and Chinese Sharpei mix, black and tan, neutered male

ARIES, 2 years, Labrador Retriever mix, black and white, neutered male

DAKOTA, 9 months, Labrador Retriever mix, black and white, neutered male

PETER RABBIT, 1 year 7 months, Doberman Pinscher mix, brown, neutered male

PENNY, 5 years, Chihuahua – Smooth Coated mix, red, spayed female

JAVA, 1 year 1 month, Brittany mix, black and tricolor, spayed female

APRIL, 1 year 1 month, Pit Bull Terrier mix, black and white, spayed female

TIZOC, 3 years, Great Pyrenees and Labrador Retriever mix, blonde, neutered male

MARLIN, 1 year 6 months, Labrador Retriever mix, yellow, neutered male

BUCK, 2 years, Labrador Retriever mix, chocolate, neutered male

REX, 1 year 6 months, German Shepherd Dog mix, black and tan, neutered male

Thank you from the Summit County Animal Shelter

We just wanted to put out a big thank you to Alyssa and Grace Jackman, Sophia McFarland and Katy Clapp for donating over $100 for the kittens who have sniffles at the Summit County Animal Shelter! These thoughtful young girls had a lemonade stand in Breckenridge and worked very hard all day on Sunday to raise the money! We have 14 kittens in the Rainbow Room, and they observed a few had a little upper respiratory infection and wanted to help pay  any vet bills. Thank you girls! We appreciate it very much!


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