FARMINGTON – The staff at the Franklin County Animal Shelter would like to introduce the public to Logan, a 1- to 2-year-old American Staffordshire terrier mix.

Logan came to the shelter as a private surrender. His owners no longer had time for him. He has adjusted nicely to life at the shelter, but the staff said he is ready to find a more permanent place. Logan loves his toys and anyone who will play with him. When let out of his kennel, he will pick up his favorite and parade it around for everyone to see.

Logan is a wiggler when he gets excited and likes nothing better than a good scratch. This big baby, they said, is great on a leash as well. Logan does well with adults, kids, dogs, but the staff isn’t sure about cats. He seems scared of them and barks when they come around him, so they suggest that maybe a home with no cats would be best.

Logan took a fall in April of 2004 that has left him with a mildly injured hip that seems to act up on occasion, so he needs some inexpensive medication when it seems to be troubling him.

He came to the shelter already housebroken and continues to be so at the shelter. The staff feels Logan would be a great addition to any family and invites everyone to come meet him.

New dogs at the shelter include a neutered male shepherd mix with collar brought in from Livermore Falls, a female border collie mix from Livermore and a neutered male yellow lab mix from East Livermore.

The shelter staff is accepting donations and plan for their summer project: a large, outdoor, fenced-in play and exercise area for the dogs.


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