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Week of December 16

Gracy is a 2-year-old female Shepherd/Lab mix who has already been spayed.  Her coat is a mixture of black and brown and she is a very pretty girl.  Gracy weighs 59 pounds so she is considered to be a large adult dog.  This gal has that sweet and laid back temperament of a Lab; and she loves water!  Gracy would love to go to the creek or the lake on a daily basis and take a swim.  She also loves children so she would make a wonderful family dog.  Being a Lab mix she is active and playful but not overly so.  She is both house trained and leash trained.  If your family would like to adopt a great dog and not go through the trials and tribulations of a puppy–Gracy would be a great choice for your family.  She has so much to offer–beauty, brains, love, and she is house trained!

You may remember our directed spay/neuter campaign this past spring–“Spay Neuter Autauga County”– which was made possible by a large Petco® Lifesaving Grant.  PAHS has remaining funds from this grant and we are happy to announce that effective December 1, 2018, all adoptions will be reduced by HALF!  For the month of December (as funds will allow) cat adoption fees will be $25 and dog adoptions will be $60.  We are thrilled to offer this gift to the animals and people of our community.  Upon partnering with Petco and receiving these monies, PAHS pledged to work toward “live outcomes” with shelter animals and we believe half-price adoptions will fulfill this promise and is a great way to end the year!  Our adoption fees cover a microchip, microchip registration, discounted spay/neuter certificate, deworming, vaccinations (as age and law requires), and a courtesy vet exam at participating offices.   Unless otherwise indicated under “special needs” our dogs have screened heartworm negative.

For more information, please call 358-2882, visit the website at, email us at [email protected] or find us on Facebook at Prattville/Autauga Humane Society and click on the blue/white paw print tab labeled “adoptable pets”.