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Johnson County Animal Shelter


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Phone 317-736-3924
Location 2160 Graham Road
Franklin, IN 46131
Hours Mon-Wed from 10am - 6 pm
Tues-Thurs from 10am - 4:30 pm
Sat - 10 from 10am-2pm
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EXTREMELY URGENT!!! Orla is a 13 year old, 38.6 pound, spayed female Pit mix that came to us as a stray. This senior girl is active for her age and extremely treat motivated. Although Orla loves to go for walks and explore, she is picky about the weather and doesn’t like to spend a lot of time out in the cold. We keep her in a nice sweater on the cold days and Orla seems to really appreciate it! Orla loves her humans and would enjoy a foster/forever family of moderate activity level to help keep her physically and mentally active. This is a GREAT dog! We use Orla when we are doing orientations with new volunteers simply because she is so great on leash, well behaved and if volunteer struggles with dogs, she is our go to. As for her breed, we can’t say for sure that Orla is a Pit, not really sure what she is. However; when Orla arrived she was already microchipped and listed as a Pitbull. Orla has been with us for over 2 ½ months and has had no interest from neither rescue nor adopters. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on her dappv and bordetella.
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More Pets Who Need Homes     Last updated  2018-01-11

Rebel - Rhodesian Ridgeback
4 Years   Male - Neuter

Rebel is a 4 year old, 67.3 pound, neutered male, Rhodesian Ridgeback that was surrendered to us by his owner. It seems that the senior dog in the home, didn’t like Rebel and was mean to him. The family said that Rebel did a great job not retaliating against the other dog, even though he was bigger. According to his previous owner, Rebel does great with cats, children of all ages, other dogs and is both housebroken and crate trained. The described him as an active, curious and playful boy that enjoys running, going for car rides and playing with toys. The staff at the facility has spent time with Rebel and say that he is a very smart boy! He loves active games and interactive food toys. Rebel does have a short attention span so he will need a home that can help him keep mentally active. Rebel seems to have good body awareness and a soft mouth. Here at that shelter, Rebel get nervous about new people approaching him at times. Therefore; an experienced home that can help him feel safe, would be best for Rebel.

9 months   Male

Mac is a 9 month old, 59 pound male Greater Swiss Mountain Dog/Beagle mix that came to us as a stray. He arrived with his brother Mick, and they are truly bonded! Mac is a sweet young boy, with a typical energy level. He loves to play and is a quick learner with games and training. Mac is still a beginner and needs help remembering not to jump when excited! Here at the shelter the other dogs doesn’t seem to bother him and he plays very well with his brother. Mac loves to be involved in whatever is going on so a fun loving, active home would make him very happy!

Mick - Greater Swiss/Beagle
9 months   Male

Mick is 9 month old, 45.5 pound male Greater Swiss Mountain Dog/Beagle mix that came to us as a stray. He arrived with his brother Mac, whom he really loves to be with! Mick loves to move!! He is energetic, playful and interested in everything going on around him. Mick is beginning to learn that self-control can bring good things, but he is a beginner so it is hard for him. Other dogs don’t seem to bother Mic here at the shelter and he plays very well with his brother. Mick will do best with a home that has the time and knowledge to keep a high energy dog happy and healthy.

Tucky - Pointer/Feist
1 year   Female - Spayed

Tucky is a 1 year old, 28.2 pound, spayed female, Pointer/Feist mix that came to us as a stray. She is a ball of energy!! Tucky loves to play games involving treats and does a great job at being still for a cookie. Tucky is smart and focused on her human. Although she is excited, Tucky is careful with her mouth and takes her treats very nicely. She likes to play ball and find it. Tucky enjoys affection after she has burned off some of her energy. She would love a home full of fun and snuggles.

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