Friday, August 14, 2020

Pet of the Week: Wyatt, a Lab Retriever Mix for Adoption

Marshall in a New Chapter of Your Life with Wyatt!

Fun and handsome Wyatt came to the Coronado Animal Care Facility when he was found outside our shelter. Wyatt is a playful and affectionate guy who is looking for a fun and active family to take him along on all of life’s adventures.

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    Young and athletic, Wyatt is looking for a family who will match his energy level and his love of activities, including chase and fetch.

  • Wyatt also has an affectionate side, and loves getting pets and snuggling with his human buddies.

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    Wyatt is learning some great skills while at PAWS, including how to walk nicely on leash.

  • At 18 months old, Wyatt is the perfect age to start his forever life with his new family.

Wyatt’s Stats: Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix, male, DOB:  December 2018 (18 months), 56 pounds, shots up to date, neutered, micro chipped, adoption fee $125

Are you looking for a fun and active buddy to round out your pack?  Submit an online adoption application for Wyatt today!  If you have any questions, please email us at dogadoptions@pawsofcoronado.org.  And please check out Wyatt’s full profile!

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