This week’s pet for adoption is this one-year-old male shepherd mix.
Dolly with the Partners for Pets says, “He needs a young person as a owner because he is still puppy and full of pep. His owner had to give him up because they could not keep up with him.”
His Nashville News staff-suggested name is “Chase”, because we’re pretty sure that he would like to do plenty of that.
Other animals up for adoption include a three-year old spayed female brown mix breed, a seven-year-old male tri-color mix breed, a nine-year-old male tan pit mix, a three-year old neutered male brindle/white boxer/pit mix, a one-year-old female brindle pit mix, a one-year-old neutered male brown shepherd mix, a nine-month-old male liver/white pointer mix, a one year-old male tan/white Pyrenees mix.
There are no cats available for adoption at this time. If you are wanting to adopt a cat, please call ahead to see if any are available.
Dog adoption fee is $30, which includes an AVID identification chip and $50 off spaying or neutering.
The shelter also accepts donations of aluminum cans to help cover costs.
All animals may be seen at www.facebook.com/nashvillepound.