Every other week, Chatham Magazine features an adoptable animal from a local animal shelter
Frost is a 1.5-year-old neutered male American Staffordshire mix currently housed at the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office Animal Resource Center. He’s been at the shelter since November, and as a social, high-energy pup, the isolation of shelter life has been tough on him. He’s a medium-sized dog, about 40 pounds and is good with other dogs. Though he’s never shown any signs of aggression, he may jump with excitement and enjoys spirited play, so the shelter encourages caution around smaller dogs, cats, young children and other vulnerable people.
Frost’s adoption fee has been waived so he can find a forever home. Or if he’s fostered, the full cost of food and medical care will be covered. Funds for his heart worm treatment and two free training sessions will be provided to a foster family or permanent home, and his sponsor, Linda Nassif, will also be available to assist with training. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Frost, please contact Linda at [email protected].
The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office Animal Resource Center – located at 725 Renaissance Dr., Pittsboro – is an animal shelter that provides temporary housing and care for stray, unwanted and owner-relinquished animals including dogs and cats in Chatham County. The ARC Shelter offers a wide range of services including medical care, vaccinations, enrichment and alteration for shelter animals.
Check out other recently featured adoptable pets from local shelters here.