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Argo

German Wirehaired Pointer
Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Mix

An adotable dog in Kalamazoo, MI

  • Young
  • Medium
  • Male



Argo is a nine month old fella with a mixed identity: German Shorthaired Pointer/American Staffordshire Terrier and an unsual story. What does that mean? For the right family, it means he will grow up to enjoy a loving home as they watch him develop and share with him a quality of life which he deserves. He is waiting for the right family to write his next chapter.

Argo is very high energy with lots of personality. Needs somebody to give him a chance. On August 15th it was identified that he had a tibial tuberosity avulsion. He now has cartilage build up in knees and arthritis in both, no surgery is needed.

Please come meet Argo, speak with our adoption counselors on his fit for your family. Consult your veterinarian about Argo's future needs. His adoption fee is reduced to help place him in an environment to suite his needs. Visit today and experience his bright personality- see if you might have a Forever Home for this special guy.

While Argo is enjoying his special Foster Family, he's waiting for REAL family to call his own!

**The adoption fee for this pet is $50.***

If you are interested in giving this pet a forever home, please click here to complete an Adoption Contact Form: SPCA Adoption Contact Form or email us at adopt@spcaswmich.org.

Dogs adopted from SPCA of Southwest Michigan have received the following:
*Spay or neuter surgery,
*Rabies vaccination,
*Bordatella nasal vaccination, up-to-date at the time of adoption,
*DHPP or DHLPP vaccination, up-to-date at the time of adoption,
*Generalized de-worming,
*Minimum of one fecal test for parasites,
*Heartworm test (adult dogs only),
*Preventative treatment for fleas and ticks,
*Preventative treatment for heartworm,
*Behavioral assessment
*Micro-chip for identification, transferred to adopter.

Individuals adopting pets from the SPCA of Southwest Michigan must agree to establish a relationship with a veterinary clinic within 10 days of the date of adoption for ongoing care of the animal. Adopters receive a 5 lb bag of the appropriate Hill's Science Diet dog food.

If a dog is too young to be spayed/neutered at the time of adoption, adopters receive a refund of a $25 deposit upon documentation that the sterilization procedure (paid by SPCA) is complete.

Contact Info

 

SPCA of Southwest Michigan

Kalamazoo, MI

Phone: 269-344-1474

Email: adopt@spcaswmich.org

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