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Mason is about 10 months old, heartworm negative and doing very well on leash training. This young boy is about 40 pounds of pure love and is a Labrador Retriever/Shepherd mix. Mason has beautiful coloring, fawn/creme with dark tan markings. He came to the shelter as a stray. He will need more training but is really smart and eager to learn. Give Mason a second chance at life, give him a family and a home to call his own. To adopt, donate, foster, sponsor or volunteer visit Newberry County Animal Care and Control at 11494 S.C. 34 or call 803-321-2185.
Mason is about 10 months old, heartworm negative and doing very well on leash training. This young boy is about 40 pounds of pure love and is a Labrador Retriever/Shepherd mix. Mason has beautiful coloring, fawn/creme with dark tan markings. He came to the shelter as a stray. He will need more training but is really smart and eager to learn. Give Mason a second chance at life, give him a family and a home to call his own. To adopt, donate, foster, sponsor or volunteer visit Newberry County Animal Care and Control at 11494 S.C. 34 or call 803-321-2185.
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Mason is about 10 months old, heartworm negative and doing very well on leash training. This young boy is about 40 pounds of pure love and is a Labrador Retriever/Shepherd mix. Mason has beautiful coloring, fawn/creme with dark tan markings. He came to the shelter as a stray. He will need more training but is really smart and eager to learn. Give Mason a second chance at life, give him a family and a home to call his own. To adopt, donate, foster, sponsor or volunteer visit Newberry County Animal Care and Control at 11494 S.C. 34 or call 803-321-2185.


Sam is a Boxer/Labrador Retriever mix that came to the shelter as a stray. He is about 55 pounds now but at an estimated age of one year he should still have a little growing to do. Sam has been around children and really thrives when he is with them. He also likes other dogs and doesn’t mind cats or chickens. At some point he might have been inside. Come visit him as he is truly a special boy that needs and wants a home of his own. He is also heartworm negative and leash broken. To adopt, donate, foster, sponsor or volunteer visit Newberry County Animal Care and Control at 11494 S.C. 34 or call 803-321-2185.


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