Meet Keke, one of the Pets In Need’s favorites and “Dog of the Week”
Keke is a 3-year-old Presa Canario mix. This pretty girl loves to get belly rubs and give kisses. Keke was found as a stray on 9/19 so we don’t know much about her past but we’ve learned so much about her since she arrived.
She knows commands such as paw, sits and stay. She is very treated and food motivated. Actually, she will do anything for a treat.
Visit this sweet girl outside of her cage. You won’t be disappointed!If you’re interested in meeting Keke or another rescue dog in need please visit the Tri-County Animal Shelter website.
You can visit the shelter Mon – Friday (12 to 5) and Saturday (10 to 3). The shelter staff is available to assist anyone interested in adopting your next family member.
Tri-County Animal Shelter
- 6707 Animal Shelter Road
- Hughesville, Md 20637
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