Let’s find a home for Justice! She is the overwhelming favorite of the volunteers. She got the name “Justice” from the Shelter vet. Described as a “joy to be around”, she’s an older but absolutely incredible dog.
Justice was at the Shelter five years ago. She came from a severe case of neglect. They weren’t sure she’d survive. Her collar was so far into her neck, it took surgery to remove it.
She was then adopted. But earlier this year, she was found wandering the streets. No one wanted her. She had heartworms and her heart was broken.
It’s very hard to compete for the few homes out there when you’re eight to nine years old. And a “pit mix”. Most people just walk past her and want to see the puppies.
But Justice is an exceptional dog and will make an exceptional pet. She’s housetrained. She’s mature, gentle, calm, and a quiet lovebug. She would rather sit on the sofa with you than play. She’s been taken on day outings and behaves in local shops.
She adores people, with a special love for older folks. And she would be perfect as an “only dog” and/or with another calm and friendly dog. She is NOT a good fit with cats. A meeting with existing pets is suggested before adoption.
Justice is 64lbs, spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. She walks nicely on a leash. Also, her heartworm treatment is provided at no cost to you. Her adoption fee is only $35.
The Aiken County Animal Shelter is at 333 Wire Road in Aiken.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to meet Justice. Walk-ins are welcome 11am-4pm every day but Sunday.
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