Mandy is a 2-year-old Rottweiler. She is a stray that no one claimed. She is house-broken, and would be great with older kids. She does not like other dogs, so she'll need to be in a single dog home. Mandy is playful and loves to chew squeaky tennis balls and rope toys. She knows how to sit, stay, lie down, come, and of course fetch. She needs to be an inside dog because she gets stressed and anxious when she's out by herself. Mandy is in kennel new adopt 19.
Pepper is a 3-year-old Labrador retriever. She was signed over by her previous owner because they were moving and couldn't take her. She likes other dogs, likes cats, loves playing with kids of all ages, and is house-broken. Pepper is a fun and active girl. She loves to play fetch and chase after tennis balls. She knows how to sit, lie down, stay, come, and of course fetch. She would be happy in an active home with a family to run and play with. Pepper is in kennel new adopt 20.
Charlie Brown is a 2-year-old Labrador retriever mix. He is a stray that no one claimed. Charlie Brown is an energetic dog. He loves to play, run, chew on rope toys, and chase after balls. He's the type of dog that as long as he can play outside, no matter what he's doing, he'll have a good time. He would be great for and active family or a family that can spend the necessary time to exercise him. Charlie Brown is in kennel old adopt 13.
Max is a 4- to 5-month-old Pit Bull. He is a stray that no one claimed. When he came to our shelter his hair was falling out and we determined that he had mange. He did wonderfully with his treatments, his hair is growing back and he's doing great. Max loves playing with other dogs and is great with kids of all ages. He has a lot of fun puppy energy and loves to play. Max is excited about life and meeting new friends.
Davis County Animal Care & Control is located at 1422 E. 600 North, in Fruit Heights. For more information, call 801-444-2200.