Furry Friend Friday: Prince needs a home

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Furry Friend Friday: Prince needs a home

Prince was previously a featured furry friend in January, although he's making another debut as his first adoptive home wasn't the perfect fit.

Prince was previously a featured furry friend in January, although he's making another debut as his first adoptive home wasn't the perfect fit.

Prince was previously a featured furry friend in January, although he's making another debut as his first adoptive home wasn't the perfect fit.

Prince was previously a featured furry friend in January, although he's making another debut as his first adoptive home wasn't the perfect fit.

By Jessica Johnston, Assistant News Director

This Prince is back with the Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center after his first attempt at adoption.

Prince is a 4 to 5-year old lab-terrier mix.

He was previously a stray before he came into the dog warden. Unfortunately, a family adopted Prince but found that he was not the perfect playmate for their elderly Beagle.

As a slightly more rambunctious pup, Prince is always ready to play — a quality that dogs don’t enjoy as much in their older years.

Despite his eagerness to play, Prince gets along very well with other dogs.

He keeps his kennel clean and enjoys being inside, for the most part.

Prince likes to go for walks and car rides. The family that adopted him for a short time took him along on hikes and to play in creeks.

“This dog would be perfect for a family,” Doug McQuaid, a volunteer with the Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center, said.

McQuaid added that Prince interacts very well with children.

While he has not been cat tested, anyone interested in adopting Prince is encouraged to bring their family and pets to a meet-and-greet before adopting.

Prince is available for adoption at the Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center. He is up-to-date on all of his vaccinations and is neutered. Anyone interested in adopting him can call the center to set up an appointment for a meet-and-greet at 740.453.0273.