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EUGENE, Ore. – Alabama is a 2-year-old pit bull terrier mix who is described by Greenhill Humane Society staff as sweet, gentle and loving.
Alabama has a mild manner and is cautious when meeting new people, but loving and friendly after being introduced. She is looking for a family who will love her, spoil her and see that she gets the exercise and outdoor play that she needs.
She has a good history with other dogs and would probably be ok with a dog-savvy cat.
Greenhill Humane Society staff members say she has a medium-to-high energy level and enjoys playtime and going for walks. She came into the shelter as a transfer on Jan. 27.
Alabama weighs between 65 and 70 pounds and her fee is $200. This helps pay for shelter expenses such as vaccinations, microchip identification, spaying or neutering, a certificate for a free veterinary exam, post-adoption support and more.
Alabama was Tuesday’s Pet of the Week on KEZI 9 News. Every Tuesday, KEZI showcases a homeless pet on the Midday newscast at 11 a.m. and again at 4 p.m.
If you are interested in Alabama or the other animals at Greenhill Humane Society, click here.
Greenhill Humane Society is located at 88530 Green Hill Road and is open daily by appointment only from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Its phone number is 541-689-1503. Adoptions are also currently by appointment only.
To ensure a good match is made, potential adopters must go to the animal shelter in person to meet with the animal and kennel staff. All family members should be present to ensure the animal is compatible with everyone in the household.
To watch a video of Alabama click here.