Pet of the Week: Marvin

Marvin is an adult Rottie mix that was brought into East County Animal Shelter as a stray from Pleasanton. Very social with all people, Marvin is looking for his forever home -- preferably with someone who has a little Rottie or large dog experience.

Marvin is good with handling, loves to ride in a car and enjoys being brushed and given baths. He walks well on leash but can be selective with other dogs, so he would not be a good candidate for dog parks. Marvin is neutered and up to date on all of his shots.

Meet this loving mutt at East County Animal Shelter (4595 Gleason Dr., Dublin), open from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. seven days a week. Marvin is being housed in kennel A10. You can also see more pictures and read his bio under adoptable dogs at


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