Jenks Animal Shelter opens adoptions

Jenks Animal Shelter opens adoptions

The Jenks Animal Shelter is adopting out its animals again.

According to a news release from the shelter, in celebration an in hopes of getting its dogs a new home, the adoption fee has been reduced to $25.

For more information on how to adopt an animal from the Jenks Animal Shelter and for an adoption application, visit http://jenks.com/171/Dog-Cat-Adoption.

Several of the animals up for adoption have been in the Jenks Animal Shelter for many months and are in desperate need of a home.

For any questions about any of the animals up for adoption or to request an appointment to meet them, please call 918-299-6311 or email animalcontrol@jenks.org.

Here is a list of the animals in need of a forever home:

Junebug

Junebug is a tan/black/white female mixed breed that is estimated three to four years old and weighs 55 pounds.

She is heartworm negative, but tests positive for erlichia. Vets indicate that once a dog has been exposed to erlichia, it will test positive for the remainder of its life, even though it is asymptomatic. Junebug has no symptoms of disease and may never suffer any ill effects from it.

She loves to play with people and other dogs and does well on a leash.

Cisco

Cisco is a brown/white male Pitbull mix estimated to be a year to 18 months old and weighs 40 pounds. He likes people and other dogs, and is “high-energy,” meaning he will want a lot of exercise; he would be best with a young active family.

Ginger

Ginger is a brindle Pitbull mix that is estimated to be three to four years old and weighs 65 pounds. She likes other dogs, and especially enjoys playing with her best friend Maryann; however, she calms right down when playtime is over and is very gentle and very sweet.

Maryann

Maryann is a brindle/white Pitbull mix that is estimated to be four to five years old and weighs 60 pounds. She likes other dogs, and especially enjoys playing with her best friend Ginger.

Maryann is very stout and can be a bit rambunctious and would not be advised for an elderly owner; but would be great with a young active family.

Kyle Salomon

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