Puppies For Sale in Utah, UT under $100, $200, $300, $400, $500 and Up

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If you have been searching for “Puppies for Sale Near Me,” “Puppies for Sale UT,” or even “Small Dogs for Sale UT,” then you’ve landed on the right page.

We have compiled a directory of Utah Puppies for Sale listings from breeders, rescues, and shelters to help you find the cutest Puppy for Sale or Adoptable Dog without paying too much.

Finding puppies for sale in UT under $200 isn’t impossible, and these listings are free.

You’ll have to do the hard work of contacting each individual directly to see what is available.

Most adoption fees are reasonable, but remember the expense of caring for these wonderful animals.

If you decide adoption or rescue isn’t for you and purchase a puppy from one of the breeders or puppy stores listed below, please do your homework, check reviews, never send money in advance, or meet a stranger alone with cash.

These listings are for information purposes only, and we are not affiliated with anyone listed.

You can be sure to find thousands of rescues, shelters, breeders, and other organizations that will help you in your puppy search.

The best part is all of this information is Free.

Puppies and Dogs for sale or Adoption in Utah

Beagle Puppies For Sale in Utah, UT

Windkist Beagles
Ogden, UT, United States
801-555-1212
http://www.windkist-utah.com

 

Shih Tzu Puppies For Sale in Utah, UT

Shih Tzu Puppies Near Me

Sweet Tooth Shih Tzu
Salt Lake City, UT, United States
801-878-7199
http://www.SweettoothShihtzu.com

 

French Bulldog Puppies For Sale in Utah, UT

Frenchie Puppies Near Me

Colorful Frenchies
St. George, UT, United States
435-256-0065
http://www.colorfulfrenchies.com

Dogs for sale up to $100, $200, $300, $400, $500 adoption fee.

Yorkie Puppies For Sale in Utah, UT

Yorkie Puppies Near Me

Navabo Kennels – Yorkie Puppies
Location: Snowville, UT
Telephone: 775-397-1601

 

Contact the Rescues and Animal Shelters below directly for information on adoption and costs.

Puppies for Sale in Utah under $200

Duchesne County Animal Control
P.O. Box 985
21554 West 9000 South
Duchesne, UT 84021
(435) 738 2015
rvcarda@ubtanet.com

 

Furever Buddys Dog Rescue
Roosevelt, UT 84066
435-733-0870
furever_buddys@yahoo.com

 

Uintah Animal Shelter
1387 East 335 South
Vernal, UT 84078
(435) 781-7297
uintahacsssd@ubtanet.com

 

Nuzzles & Co. Adoption Center
6699 N Landmark Drive #B103
Park City, UT 84098
(435) 649-5441
adopt@nuzzlesandco.org

 

Puppies for Sale in Utah under $500

Active K9 Rescue Foundation
Park City, UT 84098
435-901-4349
rescue@activek9utah.com

 

Summit County Animal Control
1745 S Hoytsville Rd
P.O. Box 128
Coalville, UT 84017
435-336-3985
animalcontrol@summitcounty.org

 

Arctic Breeds Rescue
159 W 500 N
Provo, UT 84604
adopt@arcticrescue.com

 

Utah Valley Animal Rescue, Inc.
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
385-355-4738
utahvalleyanimalrescue@gmail.com

Sheltie Rescue of Utah
1930 Visconti Drive
Sandy, UT 84093
(801) 942-4762
BarbaraEdelberg@Xmission.com

 

Pet Samaritan Fund
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
See phone number in bio
petsamaritan@gmail.com

 

Community Animal Welfare Society (CAWS)
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
801-328-4731
adopt@caws.org

 

Utah’s Perfect Pointers
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
utahsperfectpointers@yahoo.com

Utah Friends of Basset Hounds
1338 S Foothill Drive #172
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
801/466-2639
adopt@utahbassethoundrescue.com

 

Herding Haven
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
801-583-1021
kathie@herdinghaven.org

 

Cavalier Crazy Rescue
Midvale, UT 84047
cavaliercrazyrescue@gmail.com

 

Heber Valley Animal Services
635 W Airport Road
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: (435) 654-5727
Email: hvas@heberut.gov

 

Canines With a Cause
Park City, UT 84068
Phone: (801) 792-1737
Email: katy@canineswithacause.org

 

Nuzzles & Co. Adoption Center
6699 N Landmark Drive #B103
Park City, UT 84098
Phone: (435) 649-5441
Email: adopt@nuzzlesandco.org

 

Active K9 Rescue Foundation
Park City, UT 84098
Phone: 435-901-4349
Email: rescue@activek9utah.com

 

South Utah Valley Animal Shelter
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Phone: (801) 851-4080
Email: doglicensedivision@gmail.com

 

Sheltie Rescue of Utah
1930 Visconti Drive
Sandy, UT 84093
Phone: (801) 942-4762
Email: BarbaraEdelberg@Xmission.com

 

Pet Samaritan Fund
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Phone: See phone number in bio
Email: petsamaritan@gmail.com

 

Community Animal Welfare Society (CAWS)
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
Phone: (801) 328-4731
Email: adopt@caws.org

 

Utah’s Perfect Pointers
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Email: utahsperfectpointers@yahoo.com

 

Utah Friends of Basset Hounds
1338 S Foothill Drive #172
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801/466-2639
Email: adopt@utahbassethoundrescue.com

 

Herding Haven
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-583-1021
Email: kathie@herdinghaven.org

 

Cavalier Crazy Rescue
Midvale, UT 84047
Email: cavaliercrazyrescue@gmail.com

 

Doggie Mannerz
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: 801-580-7007
Email: doggiemannerz@gmail.com

 

American Brittany Rescue – UT/ID
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: (866) 274-8911
Email: abr.ut@americanbrittanyrescue.org

 

Second Chance for Homeless Pets
200 E. Gordon Lane (4180 S.)
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Phone: 801-590-8999
Email: adopt@utahpetadoptions.org

 

Humane Society of Utah
4242 South 300 West
Murray, UT 84157
Phone: (801) 261-2919 option 4
Email: adoptions@utahhumane.org

 

South Jordan Animal Services
1600 W Town Center Dr
South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: 801-254-4708
Email: prasmussen@sjc.utah.gov

 

Salt Lake County Animal Services
511 West 3900 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
Phone: (385) 468-7387
Email: Adoptions@slco.org

 

Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation
Salt Lake City, UT 84165
Phone: (801) 467-8610
Email: uaafinfo@gmail.com

 

Rescue Rovers Dog Adoptions
PO Box 71551
Salt Lake City, UT 84171
Phone: (435) 565-4031
Email: rescuerovers@gmail.com

 

Lorelei’s Legacy
Salt Lake City, UT 84158
Phone: (801) 810-5483
Email: info@loreleislegacy.org

 

Wasatch Avian Education Society
Salt Lake City, UT 84165
Phone: (801) 424-2589
Email: wasatchavian@gmail.com

 

Ruff Patch Rescue
West Jordan, UT 84084
Phone: (801) 205-9149
Email: adoptions@ruffpatchrescue.com

 

Utah Animal Adoption Center
1955 N. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 355-7387
Email: info@utahanimals.org

 

Bulldog Club of Utah/Rescue
Herriman, UT 84096
Phone: (801) 750-0587
Email: eviltwin53@gmail.com

 

Herriman Animal Services
Herriman, UT 84096
Phone: (801) 758-0080
Email: Dpedersen@herrimanpd.org

 

Hearts 4 Paws
West Valley, UT 84120
Phone: 801-867-9564
Email: hearts4pawsdogs@gmail.com

 

West Valley Animal Services
4522 W. 3500 S.
West Valley City, UT 84044
Phone: 801-965-5800
Email: westvalleyshelter@gmail.com

 

Davis County Animal Services
1422 E. 600 N.
Fruit Heights, UT 84037
Phone: (801) 444-2200
Email: ayoung@co.davis.ut.us

 

A New Beginning Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 1395
Layton, UT 84041
Phone: (801) 916-3924
Email: adoptions@anbrescue.org

 

Paw Pack Rescue
Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: (435) 730-2993
Email: jolizallen99@gmail.com

 

Humane Society of Northern Utah
Ogden, UT 84409
Phone: (801) 648-2719
Email: 1adoptions@gmail.com

 

Weber County Animal Services
1373 North 750 West
Ogden, UT 84404
Phone: 801-399-8280

 

Happy Tails at Pegasus
Grantsville, UT 84029
Phone: (435) 830-3971
Email: happytailsatpegasus@gmail.com

 

4 Paws Rescue
P.O. Box 297
Willard, UT 84340
Phone: (435) 512-3415
Email: 4pawsutah@gmail.com

 

Iggy Palace Sighthound Rescue
Willard, UT 84340
Phone: (435) 494-1146
Email: iggypalacerescue@gmail.com

 

Brigham City Animal Shelter
1220 W Forest St
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: (435) 723-1231
Email: brighamcityanimalshelter@gmail.com

 

Y-Not Save A Sam Rescue
Logan, UT 84321
Phone: (435) 752-4005
Email: ynotasam@gmail.com

 

Cache Humane Society
2370 W 200 N
Logan, UT 84323
Phone: (435) 792-3920
Email: dogs@cachehumane.org

 

Fullmer Menagerie Animal Rescue
Salina, UT 84654
Phone: (435) 406-6779
Email: hello@fullmermenagerieanimalrescue.org

 

Underdog Animal Rescue and Rehab Moab
Moab, UT 84532
Phone: (435) 260-8033
Email: underdogrescue17@gmail.com

 

Bottle Pups and Mama Dog Rescue
Moab, UT 84532
Phone: (435) 359-0705
Email: Pupsandmamas@gmail.com

 

Tiny Paws Rescue Inc
Garland, UT 84312
Phone: (435) 720-1277
Email: tinypaws.fostercoordinator@gmail.com

 

Parowan Animal Shelter/Parowan Animal Assistance League
20 E. Center
Parowan, UT 84761
Phone: (435) 559-1122
Email: hanleymr@gmail.com

 

CEDAR ANIMAL RESCUE
3854 w. 425 no.
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-586-0899
Email: caretaker@infowest.com

 

Cedar City Animal Adoption Center
1303 Kitty Hawk Dr
Cedar City, UT 84721
Phone: (435) 586-2960
Email: ccac@accesswest.com

 

Best Friends Animal Society
5001 Angel Canyon Rd.
Kanab, UT 84741
Phone: (435) 644-2001
Email: adoptions@bestfriends.org

 

LaVerkin Animal Shelter
281 west 300 south
La Verkin, UT 84745
Phone: (435) 772-5441
Email: patti.dekker@laverkincity.org

 

OC Small Paws
P.O Box 852
Hurricane, UT 84737
Phone: 435-215-9282
Email: soutocsp@hotmail.com

 

Because Animals Matter (BAM)
44 W State St.
Hurricane, UT 84737
Phone: (435) 773-5209
Email: Julie@becauseanimalsmatter.com

 

Blue Sky Foundation For Animals
Apple Valley, UT 84737
Phone: (435) 705-3789
Email: nmsaddlebum@aol.com

 

Jackson Day Foundation
Hurricane, UT 84737
Phone: (619) 992-4771
Email: info@jacksondayfoundation.org

 

Washington City Animal Shelter
95 East Industrial Rd
Washington, UT 84780
Phone: (435) 673-7194
Email: abarnson@washingtoncity.org

 

Ivins Animal Shelter & Adoption Center serving Ivins and Santa Clara
474 North 200 West
Ivins, UT 84738
Phone: (435) 628-1049
Email: Police@ivins.com

 

Providing Animals With Support (PAWS)
P.O.Box 910805
1125 W 1130 N
Saint George, UT 84790
Phone: 435 688-9748
Email: info@dixiepaws.org

 

RSQ DOGS
St. George, UT 84790
Phone: (800) 897-1136
Email: rsqdogsutah@gmail.com

 

Hunny-Bunns Support and Rescue, Inc.
St George, UT 84790
Phone: (435) 680-2661

 
 

Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this page to see 56 Adoption Tips, Health Care Tips, Socializations Tips plus Dog Facts and Training Tips. I’ve created these to be helpful content for all our visitors. You can copy and paste each of them and share with your friends, family or post on your favorite social media for free.

Adopting a New Puppy or Adult Dog: 14 Essential Tips

1.

🐾 **Budget Wisely** - The cost of adopting can vary widely, from $50 to $500 for rescues and shelters, to $500-$2000 for specific breeds. Always consider ongoing costs like food, vet visits, and grooming. - Dr. Emily Carter, Veterinarian

2.

🏡 **Home Preparation** - Before bringing your new dog home, ensure your space is safe and welcoming. Remove hazardous items and set up a cozy sleeping area. - Jake Robbins, Dog Behaviorist

3.

👨‍⚕️ **Choose the Right Vet** - Research veterinarians in your area and schedule a visit within the first few weeks. A good vet is crucial for your dog’s long-term health. - Dr. Lucas Nguyen, Veterinarian

4.

🎓 **Training Classes** - Enroll in obedience classes to help your puppy or adult dog learn basic commands and manners. It’s a great way to bond too! - Mia Zhang, Dog Trainer

5.

🐶 **Shelter vs. Breeder** - Shelters offer a variety of breeds and mixed breeds, often at a lower cost and with vaccinations included. Breeders can provide specific breeds, but research their reputation first. - Alex Thornton, Animal Welfare Expert

6.

📚 **Research Breeds** - Some breeds have specific needs and temperaments. Make sure your chosen breed fits your lifestyle and housing situation, especially in Florida’s climate. - Samantha Lee, Dog Behavior Therapist

7.

🚶‍♂️ **Exercise Needs** - Consider how much time you can dedicate to walking and playing with your dog. Active breeds may require more exercise than you can provide. - Carlos Espinoza, Dog Trainer

8.

🤝 **Meet and Greet** - Spend time with your potential new dog before adopting to ensure a good match. Look for a connection and mutual comfort. - Dr. Katie Reynolds, Veterinarian

9.

👨‍👩‍👦 **Family Members** - Introduce all household members to the dog before adopting to ensure everyone gets along well. - Lisa Wong, Dog Behaviorist

10.

🏖️ **Adaptability** - Consider how a dog will fit into your lifestyle, including vacations and outings. Some dogs are more adaptable to travel and new environments. - Marco Silva, Dog Trainer

11.

🍲 **Dietary Needs** - Discuss with your vet the best diet for your dog’s age, breed, and health status. Nutrition is key to a healthy life. - Dr. Heather Stone, Veterinarian

12.

💤 **Rest is Important** - Ensure your dog has a quiet, comfortable place to rest away from high traffic areas. Rest is crucial for a dog’s health and behavior. - Nina Patel, Dog Behaviorist

13.

📅 **Patience is Key** - Adjusting to a new home can take time. Be patient and provide consistent, loving guidance to your new family member. - Derek Brown, Dog Trainer

14.

🚗 **Travel Preparedness** - If you plan to travel with your dog, invest in a safe car harness or carrier, and plan for plenty of stops along the way. - Dr. Fiona Adams, Veterinarian

14 Dog Facts: Training and Behavior Insights

1.

🐕 **Puppy Socialization Window** - Puppies have a critical socialization period up to about 16 weeks. Expose them to various people, animals, and environments during this time. - Mia Zhang, Dog Trainer

2.

🚽 **Consistent Potty Training** - Take your puppy out frequently, especially after eating, playing, or waking up, to establish good potty habits. - Jake Robbins, Dog Behaviorist

3.

📦 **Crate Training Benefits** - A crate provides a sense

 of security and helps with potty training, as dogs naturally avoid soiling their sleeping area. - Carlos Espinoza, Dog Trainer

4.

🖱️ **Clicker Training Efficiency** - Using a clicker for positive reinforcement can speed up training by clearly marking desired behaviors. - Samantha Lee, Dog Behavior Therapist

5.

🐾 **Exercise Reduces Anxiety** - Regular exercise can help reduce anxiety and behavioral issues in dogs. - Lisa Wong, Dog Behaviorist

6.

🍖 **Chew Toys for Dental Health** - Chew toys not only keep dogs entertained but also help maintain healthy teeth and gums. - Dr. Lucas Nguyen, Veterinarian

7.

👂 **Dogs Can Hear Ultrasonic Sounds** - Dogs have the ability to hear sounds at higher frequencies than humans, which is why they respond to whistles and high-pitched commands. - Alex Thornton, Animal Welfare Expert

8.

🐕‍🦺 **Service Dogs Are Highly Trained** - It takes up to two years to train a service dog for tasks such as guiding the blind, detecting seizures, or providing emotional support. - Nina Patel, Dog Behaviorist

9.

👃 **Incredible Sense of Smell** - A dog’s sense of smell is 10,000 to 100,000 times more accurate than humans, making them excellent at detection work. - Dr. Katie Reynolds, Veterinarian

10.

🌈 **Dogs See Differently** - Dogs primarily see shades of blue and yellow; they cannot see red and green. This affects how they perceive the world. - Marco Silva, Dog Trainer

11.

🐶 **Tail Wagging** - Dogs wag their tails to the right when they're happy and to the left when they're frightened. Tail position and movement can indicate a dog’s emotional state. - Derek Brown, Dog Trainer

12.

🦴 **Bone Myths** - Contrary to popular belief, giving dogs real bones can be dangerous due to the risk of splinters and choking. - Dr. Heather Stone, Veterinarian

13.

🤔 **Dogs Dream Too** - Dogs experience REM sleep and can dream. Twitching and paw movements during sleep indicate dreaming about their day's activities. - Samantha Lee, Dog Behavior Therapist

14.

🐕 **Breeds and Temperament** - While breed can influence temperament, individual personality and upbringing play a significant role in a dog’s behavior. - Lisa Wong, Dog Behaviorist

14 Dog Health Care Tips

1.

🛁 **Regular Grooming** - Schedule regular grooming sessions to keep your dog’s coat healthy and to check for any skin issues or parasites. - Dr. Emily Carter, Veterinarian

2.

🥕 **Healthy Snacks** - Offer healthy snacks like carrots or apples in moderation. They can be good for your dog’s teeth and provide essential nutrients. - Dr. Fiona Adams, Veterinarian

3.

💉 **Up-to-date Vaccinations** - Ensure your dog’s vaccinations are current to protect against common diseases. Check local Florida requirements as they can vary. - Dr. Lucas Nguyen, Veterinarian

4.

🌡️ **Regular Check-ups** - Annual vet check-ups help catch health issues early, saving time, money, and distress in the long run. - Dr. Katie Reynolds, Veterinarian

5.

🦷 **Dental Care** - Dental health is crucial. Brush your dog’s teeth regularly and provide dental chews to help reduce tartar build-up. - Dr. Heather Stone, Veterinarian

6.

🐕 **Flea and Tick Prevention** - Use preventative treatments year-round in Florida due to its warm climate, which is conducive to flea and tick infestations. - Dr. Emily Carter, Veterinarian

7.

🍖 **Proper Nutrition** - Feed

 your dog a balanced diet suited to their age, size, and activity level. Consult your vet for personalized advice. - Dr. Fiona Adams, Veterinarian

8.

🚶‍♂️ **Regular Exercise** - Maintain a consistent exercise routine to keep your dog fit and prevent obesity, which can lead to health issues. - Jake Robbins, Dog Behaviorist

9.

🌞 **Sun Protection** - In Florida’s sunny climate, protect your dog with pet-safe sunscreen, especially if they have a thin coat or light skin. - Dr. Lucas Nguyen, Veterinarian

10.

🚫 **Avoid Toxic Foods** - Keep chocolate, grapes, onions, and xylitol (found in sugar-free gums) away from dogs as they can be fatal. - Dr. Katie Reynolds, Veterinarian

11.

🏥 **Emergency Preparedness** - Keep the number of the nearest animal emergency hospital handy, especially during Florida’s hurricane season. - Dr. Heather Stone, Veterinarian

12.

🧬 **Consider Genetic Testing** - For certain breeds, genetic testing can reveal predispositions to health conditions, allowing for proactive care. - Dr. Emily Carter, Veterinarian

13.

💤 **Ensure Enough Rest** - Dogs need plenty of sleep to stay healthy; ensure they have a quiet, comfortable spot to rest without disturbances. - Jake Robbins, Dog Behaviorist

14.

🧼 **Hand Hygiene** - Practice good hand hygiene after handling your dog, especially before meals, to prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases. - Dr. Fiona Adams, Veterinarian

14 Socialization Tips for a New Puppy or Adult Dog

1.

🏥 **Vet Visits** - Make vet visits positive with treats and praise to help your dog feel comfortable with regular check-ups. - Carlos Espinoza, Dog Trainer

2.

🐾 **Dog Park Etiquette** - Start with off-peak hours for a less crowded experience, allowing your dog to gradually get used to other dogs and people. - Mia Zhang, Dog Trainer

3.

🚗 **Car Rides** - Acclimate your dog to car rides with short trips, gradually increasing the distance as they become more comfortable. - Samantha Lee, Dog Behavior Therapist

4.

👫 **Meeting New People** - Introduce your dog to a wide variety of people, including different ages and appearances, to boost their social confidence. - Lisa Wong, Dog Behaviorist

5.

🐕 **Other Animals** - Carefully introduce your dog to other pets in controlled settings to ensure positive interactions. - Nina Patel, Dog Behaviorist

6.

🌳 **Nature Walks** - Take walks in varied environments like beaches, parks, and urban areas to expose your dog to different stimuli. - Derek Brown, Dog Trainer

7.

🎉 **Manage Overwhelm** - In crowded situations or busy events, monitor your dog for signs of stress or anxiety and be ready to leave if needed. - Marco Silva, Dog Trainer

8.

🚫 **Respect Boundaries** - Not all dogs are social. Teach your dog to approach others politely or keep a distance based on cues. - Alex Thornton, Animal Welfare Expert

9.

🎒 **Pack Essentials** - Always bring water, waste bags, and your dog’s favorite treats for positive reinforcement during outings. - Jake Robbins, Dog Behaviorist

10.

🆔 **Identification** - Ensure your dog wears a collar with ID tags and is microchipped in case they get lost, especially important in Florida’s busy areas. - Dr. Katie Reynolds, Veterinarian

11.

🏖️ **Beach Days** - Introduce your dog to the beach gradually, watching for signs of discomfort with sand or waves, and always provide fresh water to drink. - Carlos Espinoza, Dog Trainer

12.

🛌 **Overnight Stays** - Practice overnight stays in pet-friendly hotels or with friends to get your dog used to sleeping in new environments. - Samantha Lee, Dog Behavior Therapist

13.

👟 **Adapt to Activity Levels** - Match social activities to your dog’s energy level. Younger, more energetic dogs may enjoy longer, active outings, while older dogs may prefer shorter, calm visits. - Lisa Wong, Dog Behaviorist

14.

🌄 **Adventures in Nature** - Explore Florida’s state parks and trails, keeping your dog on a leash for their safety and to respect wildlife. - Nina Patel, Dog Behaviorist

 
 

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Salt Lake City, UT
West Valley City, UT
Provo, UT
West Jordan, UT
Orem, UT
Sandy, UT
Ogden, UT
St. George, UT
Layton, UT
Millcreek, UT
Taylorsville, UT
South Jordan, UT
Logan, UT
Lehi, UT
Murray, UT
Bountiful, UT
Draper, UT
Riverton, UT
Roy, UT
Kearns, UT
Spanish Fork, UT
Cottonwood Heights, UT
Pleasant Grove, UT
Tooele, UT
Clearfield, UT
Springville, UT
Cedar City, UT
Midvale, UT
Magna, UT
Kaysville, UT
Holladay, UT
American Fork, UT
Syracuse, UT
South Salt Lake, UT
Herriman, UT
Eagle Mountain, UT
Clinton, UT
Washington, UT
Farmington, UT
Payson, UT
Brigham City, UT
Saratoga Springs, UT
North Ogden, UT
South Ogden, UT

 

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