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Feature creature: Rowdy’s journey leads him to SCRAPS

The gold- and tan-colored dog has a smile “as big as all outdoors,” and he “likes people and has great manners,” SCRAPS says. (Kathy Piper / For The Spokesman-Review)
The gold- and tan-colored dog has a smile “as big as all outdoors,” and he “likes people and has great manners,” SCRAPS says. (Kathy Piper / For The Spokesman-Review)
By Kathy Piper For The Spokesman-Review

Rowdy was picked up by the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. The gold- and tan-colored dog has a smile “as big as all outdoors,” and he “likes people and has great manners,” SCRAPS says. Because of Rowdy’s high energy, caution is encouraged around small children. He would fit in well in a moderately active home, the agency says.

Refer to the pet’s ID number when contacting Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service with questions about one of the adoptable pets. If you are interested in this dog or any animal at SCRAPS, call (509) 477-2532 or visit the shelter 6815 E. Trent Ave. in Spokane Valley. Adult dog adoptions cost $120 and include spay or neuter, the first set of vaccinations (including rabies) health check, microchip and first year’s license.

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