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Loves long walks on the beach and belly rubs

I couldn't help myself; I just had to post a picture of this week's featured animal. Bolt has been at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service shelter for a few weeks now. He's a 2-year-old neutered Lab mix. Shelter staff say he's good on a leash, likes to go for walks and loves belly rubs. He appears to get along with both cats and dogs. He does have a non-contagious skin condition that will need treatment.

If you are interested in adopting Bolt, his identification number is 4517. The adoption fee for dogs is $82.04, which includes a vet check, license, microchip, vaccinations and either spaying or neutering. You can stop by to visit Bolt at 2421 N. Flora Road or call (509) 477-2532 for more information. Photo courtesy of SCRAPS.

A spring blossom

Probably everyone can tell by now that I'm a sucker for a cute critter. The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service shelter has another cute one up for adoption this week. Her name is Blossom and she's about two years old and is a Pointer mix. Shelter staff say she's a little shy, but she walks well on the leash and appears to get along well with both cats and dogs. She sounds like a keeper for someone looking for a fairly easygoing companion.

If you are interested in adopting Blossom, her identification number is 2044. The adoption fee for dogs is $82.04, which includes a vet check, license, microchip, vaccinations and either spaying or neutering. You can stop by to visit Blossom at 2421 N. Flora Road or call (509) 477-2532 for more information.

Fetch, girl, fetch!

This shepherd mix looks like she would love a nice game of fetch with that ball, and maybe you are the one to give it to her. Haley is up for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter staff estimate she's between one and two years old. She likes to play and apparently likes to romp in water. She needs a lot of exercise and would fit right in with an active family.

Haley would prefer a home without cats and she should be leashed when being introduced to other dogs, the shelter staff says. If you are intersted in adopting her, her identification number is 0766. The adoption fee for dogs is $82.04, which includes a vet check, license, microchip, vaccinations and either spaying or neutering. You can stop by to visit Haley at 2421 N. Flora Road or call (509) 477-2532 for more information. Photo courtesy of SCRAPS.

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