Wet Nose Wednesday: Setting the stage for Nashville

April 15, 2020
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Meet Nashville (SUCH A CUTIE)!! 

Nashville is a beautiful brown and while Pit/Terrier mix, and only 2 years old so you know he still has some puppy charm left! This sweet baby is medium-sized, weighing in at 54lbs. He came to GCAS as a stray so there's not a lot of previous background information on him but they do know he is heartworm positive (no worries though, read below for how the shelter can help with these treatments.) Nashville LOVES the "agility" yard (where it really gives the pups a run for their money) and he loves a good challenge. GCAS also notes that Nashville is very quick to learn new behaviors and has learned sit, stay, lay, shake and roll over!

If you're looking for a companion, look no further than at your local animal shelter. Stop by, see the animals, and don't forget to love on Nashville while you're there! 

COVID-19 UPDATE: GCAS now requires an adoption appointment to meet all shelter animals. You can call 336-641-3401 for an appointment. Appointments are available from 12p-3p weekdays (Mondays and Wednesdays-Fridays), and 12p-4p on weekends (Saturday-Sunday.)

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Be sure to stay up to date on the latest events: The GCAS is starting back up their Heartworm Treatment Deal! You get 30% off the treatment needed for your animal, they work closely with Oak Ridge Vetinarians (and hope to have more Vets addded) and they design a treatment plan tailored to fit your pups needs!

If you'd like more information on any of the adoptable pets at Guilford County Animal Shelter please contact 336-641-3400 or check out their website. If you'd like to donate to the shelter, the animals are always in need of blankets, towels and treats!

Guilford County Animal Shelter is looking for volunteers to walk dogs off-property on Saturday mornings. If you're interested in getting more information, or to find out how to get involved, please contact Lisa Lee: llee@guilfordcounty.nc.gov