Fraser

Dog

 

Breed:

Pit Bull Terrier

 

Secondary Breed:

Black Mouth Cur

 

Age:

Young

 

Sex:

Male

 

Size:

Medium

 

Spay/Neuter:

 

Has Shots:

 

Housetrained:

 

Declawed:

 

Special Needs:

 

 


Meet Mr. Fraser. He is one of a kind. He isn't too sure about shelter life. Loud noises, unfamiliar people, and constant dogs barking leave him scared and stressed. While he participates in playgroups with other dogs quite often, which is the only time he opens up and is willing to romp and play, he needs out of the shelter setting. Somewhere where he can feel comfortable. He has so much potential and love to give but being here just causes him to cower in his kennel. Be his hero and take a chance on this sweet boy. He's going to need time and patience but he'll come around. He needs someone willing to sit outside and let him get comfortable with unfamiliar sounds/places. Someone willing to help him learn that doorways aren't as scary to go through as he thinks. Someone willing to put in the effort to have the perfect life-long companion. He will be the best dog for someone if they just give him a chance.

 


Visual breed identification in dogs is unreliable so for most of the dogs we are only guessing at the predominant breed or breed mix. As we get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality, not by breed label.

Our animals change daily, so please check our lists of adoptable dogs and adoptable cats frequently. Once you find an animal you’d like to adopt, the next steps are to complete an application and request a meet and greet with the foster. Make sure to be thorough and help us understand why you’re interested in that particular animal — and why your home is a great fit. Based on your answers we may even have a better fit for you.

All PPAS dogs are up to date on all of their vaccines (including rabies if age appropriate), and will be microchipped and registered in the adopter’s name at the time of adoption. Adopters get a free consultation at an area vet partner within 14 days of adoption. Any dog that is six months of age or older will be tested for Heartworms and if found negative, will be kept on Heartworm prevention during their shelter stay, after the adoption it is up to the adopter to continue the highly recommended Heartworm preventative treatment. Also all PPAS shelter dogs are treated with a monthly topical flea/tick preventative and we ask that adopters continue that treatment as well. All dogs and cats per state law are sterilized before they begin their new fabulous lives with their new families.

Adoption fees: Adoption fees must be paid in full at time of adoption – no partial payments are accepted. All major credit cards are accepted. Adoption fees vary. Please note if you live in the city of Ottawa a dog license fee must also be paid at time of adoption. Annual renewal of dog licenses is required between January 1st and February 15th.

Taking your animal home: The State of Kansas requires that all cats and dogs must be sterilized (spayed/neutered) before going to their new homes. In most cases animals will have already been sterilized before being placed on the adoption floor and you will be able to take your new companion home with you the day of adoption. However, if the animal is not yet sterilized, they will need to stay at the shelter and we will schedule the surgery on the next available date (usually within a week). We do request that all dogs go home with a collar/leash.

If you are interested in this pet, please either email Prairie Paws Animal Shelter at info@prairiepaws.org for an application or visit our website @ prairiepaws.org for more information.

Prairie Paws Animal Shelter

3173 HWY K68

Ottawa, KS 66067

785-242-2967

prairiepaws.org

info@prairiepaws.org

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