LAKE ODESSA, Mich. (WOOD) - It's not the Civil War South, but all the same, Scarlett's is looking for a place to live that she will never, ever want to leave. This three year old Wirehaired Griffin has lived with the staff at Mackenzie's Animal Sanctuary for about a year now and the staff says she's very loving and determined to find a forever home. She catches on to training well and loves being outside. Playing a game of fetch in the backyard or taking a long walk would brighten up any day for her. Scarlett can be pretty shy but when she gets comfortable, her personality blossoms. A home with another dog is an option but she would love to be the only dog receiving the all of the love and attention. Scarlett is up to date on all of her vaccinations and Rabies. She's microchipped and registered in HomeAgain's National Database that helps track dogs who wander even thousands of miles from home. If you would like to meet Scarlett, go online to Mackenzie's website to fill out an application. The cost of adopting is $150 and before he comes home with you he'll get his shots, heartworm prevention and will be micro-chipped with Home Again, a national database that can get animals home no matter how far away they roam.
My Best Friend:
Mackenzie's Animal Sanctuary
Adoption Fee: $150
Adoption Process: 3 visits
Home visit included
Adoptions: Within 150 miles of Lake Odessa and Grand Rapids
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