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Male Young Domestic Short Hair / Domestic Short Hair

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COLLIN

Retriever (Unknown Type)

Collin loves to go on a good walk, but he may mostly be walking you! He could use some work on his loose leash walking skills but he is... show more

Collin loves to go on a good walk, but he may mostly be walking you! He could use some work on his loose leash walking skills but he is eager to learn as long as you have a treat or two. Collin loves loves loves to be with people. He will relish extended rump-scratching for as long as you keep it up. After his session in the play yard, he also enjoys rolling over for a few good belly rubs. He is not overly mouthy, but he sometimes leads with a tooth when smooching, and can clamp a bit hard on a hand when fighting for a grip on the tug toy. He's a good guy who often doesn't know his own strength. Collin would do well with a dedicated companion who will always encourage him to be a good boy!Collin came to the San Antonio Humane Society (SAHS) as a stray. It's estimated that there are over 150,000 stray pets roaming our community. When you adopt a pet from the SAHS, you're not just saving one life--you're saving two! The life of the pet you adopt and the life of the pet able to find placement in our care due to available space. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter surgery, first set of vaccinations, microchip, de-wormer, flea and heartworm prevention, complimentary wellness exam (within 5 days of adoption) and complimentary follow-up care (within 14 days of adoption) at any VCA animal hospital, and 30 days 24PetWatch Pet Insurance. show less

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GERTRUDE

American Bulldog

In 2018, the SAHS conducted nearly 19,500 spay/neuter surgeries and we are projected to exceed that number by the end of this year. Not... show more

In 2018, the SAHS conducted nearly 19,500 spay/neuter surgeries and we are projected to exceed that number by the end of this year. Not only does surgery reduce pet overpopulation, but pets who have not been spayed/neutered are at an increased risk of certain cancers and a decreased lifespan. Gertrude is living proof of this reality. She was transferred to the SAHS from the City of San Antonio Animal Care Services (ACS) with large tumors on her underbelly. These large growths were mammary tumors and they are common in female dogs who have not been spayed. There were many obvious physical traits that showed she'd had multiple litters in her lifetime. Because she's a senior, and due to the size of the tumor, we had several concerns for Gertrude going into surgery. After two hours, the largest tumor was removed: a mass weighing in at over 3 lbs. Gertrude has since recovered from her surgeries, and she's ready to live out her golden years in an over loving and understanding home. All she wants and all she ever asks for is love, love, love. Please visit "Gertie" today!Adoption fee includes spay/neuter surgery, first set of vaccinations, microchip, de-wormer, flea and heartworm prevention, complimentary wellness exam (within 5 days of adoption) and complimentary follow-up care (within 14 days of adoption) at any VCA animal hospital , and 30 days 24PetWatch Pet Insurance. show less