Maggie is a gorgeous one and a half year old Great Dane/Pitt. She is already spayed and is current on vaccinations. She was just surrendered to the shelter on Monday because the owner had something come up and couldn't care for her anymore. Maggie is good on a leash. She is also good with other dogs.

Since Maggie is already spayed her adoption fee is only $40. When you adopt Maggie you also get a FREE Wellness Package from Pleasant Grove Animal Hospital.

Maggie is a sweet girl. She seems a bit confused, probably wondering why she is not at home anymore. The noise at the shelter can be very overwhelming to a new dog.

When you adopt ANY of our featured pets, you will receive a FREE wellness package from Pleasant Grove Animal Hospital (PGAH) valued at $80.

With this Wellness Package you will be able to gain a lot of information from the fine folks at PGAH. They can answer all of your questions on care and which products will be best for Maggie. They will also give Maggie a very thorough exam. PGAH is like your favorite family doctor, for your FURkids.

Adoption fees at the animal shelter vary from $40 to $144, depending on the size, gender, animal and whether or not they were spayed or neutered when they came into the shelter. Something else that you should consider is micro-chipping your pet. It is only $20 through the shelter and gives you peace of mind to know if your dog or cat get picked up by the shelter or taken to a vet, they will be returned to you quickly.

The Animal Care and Adoption Center located at 203 Harrison, Texarkana, Arkansas. They are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pleasant Grove Animal Hospital sponsors our Pet of the Week. To contact PGAH call 903-838-6565 or visit them online. Your free wellness package will give you the opportunity to discuss the best ways to keep your new pet on the right track. Dr. Stacey Hendershott will answer your questions and address any concerns regarding your new pet that you may have too. PGAH has a friendly atmosphere and the entire staff has the same goal, to keep your pet healthy and happy.