Adoptable Dogs

Van Zandt County Humane Society is a "No Kill" Shelter

Our medical procedures begin with heartworm testing for all canines over 10 months and leukemia testing for felines. All pets in our care are up to date on vaccinations and, if over 4 months old, have been spayed or neutered and given their rabies vaccinations, as well as heartworm prevention. A free spay/neuter certificate is offered at one of our participating clinics for all unaltered pets adopted.

State law requires any animal adopted from a shelter or rescue group be altered. If not altered at the time of adoption, a female will need to be spayed when she reaches 6 months and a male when he reaches 8 months. The Society recommends that all animals be altered at 4 months.

 Bradley is a Shepherd Mix. Born 07/06/15

Bradley is sensitive to his person's feelings and responds accordingly. He travels fine and seems okay with small dogs. He isn't a barker and only wants to please. He is leashtrained but very strong. Will take a firm hand to handle. He is fair with puppies, but tends to be somewhat guarded about his food. He has learned not to jump up on people and is good with children. House training is underway and his exposure to cats is unknown.

He would make a fine addition to a family looking for a big dog to love and enjoy.


Bradley has been neutered, micro-chipped and is on heart worm preventative. He is up to date on his vaccinations.

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