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Adoption fees have been covered for Oshkosh, says Animal Welfare League of Alexandria

Oshkosh, a two-year-old terrier mix up for adoption in Alexandria, is shy… At first. Adoption fees have already been paid for by a generous donor to the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, which means that he is ready to go home to a new owner for free.

“Oshkosh is ready and raring to meet his new family,” AWLA spokesperson Gina Hardter said. “Since Oshkosh can be a bit reserved, he’d prefer a quieter household with adults or older children who understand that sometimes dogs want to snuggle and, just like all of us, sometimes they like to have their personal space.”

Find out more about Oshkosh by emailing [email protected] or call 703.746.4774 opt. 2 to learn more about Oshkosh and schedule time to meet him.

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