Bluff searches for forever home: Muskingum Co. Dog Warden and Adoption Center

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ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center has a dog they’d like you to meet.

Deputy Dog Warden Alisha Myers says Bluff is a three-year-old American Bulldog who’s looking for a loving family to call his own.

“He is a sweetheart. He’s very gentle. He is strong but he’s very manageable.”

Myers says Bluff is the longest resident at the center and would fit in best with family with no other animals.

“He is an American Bulldog, He is around 3-years-old. He would be best in a home with no cats. He would also be best without other animals. He’s good with kids. He loves people, he’s a super sweet dog. He’s our longest resident, he’s been here as a stray. He came in in June.”

Myers says they’re open for volunteers and fosters. If you’re interested stop by the dog warden and adoption center at 15-hundred newark road.

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