Dog Pound Pet of the Week


This handsome gentleman is Gunner, the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. He is a lovable guy with beautiful markings, a soft, pink muzzle and a noble bearing. He’s about 3 years old and around 55 pounds. Surrendered by his owner, Gunner has the disarming response of grunting with excitement when being petted. Despite his aristocratic appearance, he seems timid of other dogs. With the dog pound over capacity, Gunner is really hoping to find a family with some room and some time for him. To meet Gunner or any of the too many dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191 for an appointment.

This handsome gentleman is Gunner, the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. He is a lovable guy with beautiful markings, a soft, pink muzzle and a noble bearing. He’s about 3 years old and around 55 pounds. Surrendered by his owner, Gunner has the disarming response of grunting with excitement when being petted. Despite his aristocratic appearance, he seems timid of other dogs. With the dog pound over capacity, Gunner is really hoping to find a family with some room and some time for him. To meet Gunner or any of the too many dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191 for an appointment.


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This handsome gentleman is Gunner, the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. He is a lovable guy with beautiful markings, a soft, pink muzzle and a noble bearing. He’s about 3 years old and around 55 pounds. Surrendered by his owner, Gunner has the disarming response of grunting with excitement when being petted. Despite his aristocratic appearance, he seems timid of other dogs. With the dog pound over capacity, Gunner is really hoping to find a family with some room and some time for him. To meet Gunner or any of the too many dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191 for an appointment.

This handsome gentleman is Gunner, the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. He is a lovable guy with beautiful markings, a soft, pink muzzle and a noble bearing. He’s about 3 years old and around 55 pounds. Surrendered by his owner, Gunner has the disarming response of grunting with excitement when being petted. Despite his aristocratic appearance, he seems timid of other dogs. With the dog pound over capacity, Gunner is really hoping to find a family with some room and some time for him. To meet Gunner or any of the too many dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191 for an appointment.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2021/11/web1_Pet-of-Week-4.jpgThis handsome gentleman is Gunner, the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. He is a lovable guy with beautiful markings, a soft, pink muzzle and a noble bearing. He’s about 3 years old and around 55 pounds. Surrendered by his owner, Gunner has the disarming response of grunting with excitement when being petted. Despite his aristocratic appearance, he seems timid of other dogs. With the dog pound over capacity, Gunner is really hoping to find a family with some room and some time for him. To meet Gunner or any of the too many dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191 for an appointment. Submitted photo