Pet of the Week – Clark Kent and Jax
He may look like a tough guy, but Clark Kent (ID: A000040) is a cuddle bug! This 6-year-old weighs about 60 pounds. He is friendly, sweet, and likes kisses and snuggles. He also enjoys rolling in the grass. Clark Kent knows the sit, stay and come commands, and he takes treats gently. He sometimes pulls but generally walks well on a leash. This playful guy could use some work on jumping. Although he loves people, he would do best as an only pet. Looking for your Superman? Make an appointment with Pasco County Animal Services today to meet Clark Kent!
If you’re looking for an adventure buddy, Jax (ID: A000102) may be your guy! He is about 4 years old and 60 pounds. This energetic, handsome hunk loves to run around the yard and chase lizards. He also enjoys a good chew toy. Jax participates in playgroups at the shelter and may do best with a female dog. He sits on command but could use some work on his leash manners, as he tends to pull. Jax tested positive for heartworms, but his treatment will be sponsored upon adoption. Want to see if you can make a connection? Schedule an appointment with Pasco County Animal Services to meet Jax today!
For More information about any of the Shelter’s available pets in addition to the pet of the week, please visit their website here.
Pasco County Animal Services Adoption Requirements:
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must be able to provide form of photo identification
- Must be willing to provide a loving home for a shelter pet
Standard Adoption Fees
|Pet Age||Adoption Fee||License Fee|
|Cats over 4 months of age||$40.00||$5.00|
|Cats under 4 months of age||$50.00||$5.00|
|Dog over 6 months of age/25 lbs||$70.00||$10.00|
|Dogs under 6 months of age/25 lbs||$85.00||$10.00|
|Miscellaneous Pets (Exotics)||$20.00||If Applicable|
Adoption fees include
|Age Appropriate Vaccination||Ear Cleaning|
|FIV/FeLV Testing (if over 6 months old)||General Physical Examination by Our Veterinarian|
|Microchip & Registration||Nail Trimming|
|Parasite Prevention||Rabies Vaccination|
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