Every week, there's a number of pets at the Greater Shepparton Animal Shelter looking for a home. Have a peek at what animals are available this week as part of our Pound Pets campaign.CHLOE WARBURTON March 21, 2014 4:49am
Pet of the Week - Patch
Patch is a 19-month-old blue heeler with a stumpy tail who loves being around people. He is happy and easy-going and gets along well with other dogs – though he prefers the company of females over males.
He would suit a family well, preferably with older children.
To find out more about Patch and the other animals at the shelter, phone the Greater Shepparton Animal Shelter on 5832 9794. The shelter is also open from 8.30am to 4.30pm on weekdays (except public holidays) and is located on Wanganui Rd in Shepparton.
All animals adopted from the Greater Shepparton Animal Shelter are fully vaccinated, desexed, vet-checked, registered and microchipped. The cost for dogs is $290 and the cost for cats is $245.
For more pets, visit the Council website.
For more on responsible animal ownership, click here.
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