Labrador Retriever - Adult - Female
Adoptable Medium Special Needs

Well….I guess Hershey isn’t a bad name….it could be worse…like Chocolate Chip…I am a spayed female Lab/Pitbull mix, I weigh 50 lbs and I am 2 yrs old. I’m an energetic gal and I get so excited my whole body wags when I meet new people. I love attention and do my best to get as much as I can! Unfortunately those pesky mosquitos got to me and I have heartworms…don’t let that scare you….the Friends will help treat me once adopted! If your life’s not sweet enough….stop by and pick up a Hershey! I will be available 3/14/17 if not reclaimed by my owner. Adopting a dog from the Conway Animal Welfare Unit is a fairly easy process. The first step to adopting an animal is submitting an application. The application allows us to individually consider applicants and helps us to properly match our pets with new owners. We want to make sure that our pets are going to homes that are ready to provide for these pets long-term. Adoptions are $50 and this includes vaccinations, heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip. As with any shelter animal, health is not guaranteed but we do our best to screen out those animals that are showing obvious signs of illness or disclose that information prior to adoption. All dogs are heartworm tested upon adoption. If you are interested in adopting a dog and you reside OUTSIDE the city limits of Conway and the dog is less than 12 wks old, the cost is $75 which includes a spay/neuter and micropchip. The spay and neuter can only be performed at Vilonia Vet Clinic or Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic. If the animal is less that 12 wks and you live inside the city limits the adoption fee is $25 dollars and you receive a voucher for $120 to use at select clinics for spay/neuter. The other option is that you provide us with proof of a pre-paid spay or neuter at YOUR vet of choice. That is the only option for those who are out of state or out of area. Paws in Prison dogs are approved by CARE for Animals and fees are set by CARE for Animals. Information about these animals can be found at www.careforanimals.org.