Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:00:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 3 dogs rescued from slaughter in South Korea at South Elgin shelter https://peet-corso.cz/3-dogs-rescued-from-slaughter-in-south-korea-at-south-elgin-shelter/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:00:37 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/3-dogs-rescued-from-slaughter-in-south-korea-at-south-elgin-shelter/ Three dogs rescued from slaughter in South Korea and one rescued during Hurricane Ian are among the newest additions to the nearly two hundred dogs awaiting adoption by Anderson Humane in South Elgin. The four dogs arrived on Friday, sent to the animal shelter at the Humane Society of the United States facility in Cumberland, […]]]>

Three dogs rescued from slaughter in South Korea and one rescued during Hurricane Ian are among the newest additions to the nearly two hundred dogs awaiting adoption by Anderson Humane in South Elgin.

The four dogs arrived on Friday, sent to the animal shelter at the Humane Society of the United States facility in Cumberland, Virginia.

“This is the first time we’ve taken dogs from overseas,” said Dean Daubert, chief operating officer of Anderson Humane.

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He anticipates that they will be available for adoption towards the end of the week. Information will be published on the association’s website, www.ahconnects.org/adoptwhen they are ready, he said.

“We give them time to decompress from their long journeys. They are shy, but hopefully with a little love they will blossom,” Daubert said.

According to the Humane Society of the United States, about 1 million dogs a year are raised on farms and killed for meat in South Korea.

Two of South Korea’s mixed-breed dogs are 2-year-old males named Saturn and Jupiter and the third is a 3-year-old female named Harness.

The Florida Hound is an undetermined female named Ophelia.

This is the most recent partnership between Anderson Humane and the Humane Society. This summer, Anderson took in and found homes for 166 beagles rescued from Envigo, a Virginia lab that was shut down by the federal government for mistreating the dogs, which were being used in experiments.

“Right now we have 185 animals available on our website and 271 more neat animals that will be available soon,” Daubert said.

Anderson typically rescues over 4,000 pets each year, and December tends to be a busy month as people like to adopt pets as gifts at this time of year.

Mike Danahey is a freelance writer for The Courier-News.

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LC4 hosts a special adoption in support of Toys for Tots https://peet-corso.cz/lc4-hosts-a-special-adoption-in-support-of-toys-for-tots/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 18:45:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/lc4-hosts-a-special-adoption-in-support-of-toys-for-tots/ TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Lucas County Canine Care and Control is hosting a special adoption to help support Toys for Tots from Nov. 20 through Nov. 30. The special adoption offer will waive fees for adopting dogs and puppies from Canine Care and Control with a donation of a new, unwrapped toy for the Toys […]]]>

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Lucas County Canine Care and Control is hosting a special adoption to help support Toys for Tots from Nov. 20 through Nov. 30.

The special adoption offer will waive fees for adopting dogs and puppies from Canine Care and Control with a donation of a new, unwrapped toy for the Toys for Tots program.

Adoption fee is $15 without the toy donation, includes spaying or neutering your new dog, initial vaccinations, registered microchipping, heartworm screening and prevention, and parasite treatment if needed .

Adopting any dog ​​requires the purchase of a $25 Lucas County 2023 Dog License.

Over 75 adoptable dogs and puppies are housed at LC4, with several dogs entering each day.

If you have another dog, feel free to bring your resident dog for a meet. Families should bring their children to the shelter to meet the animals before adopting them.

All dogs looking for homes can be viewed online at lucascountydogs.com/adoption/ or on the LC4 Facebook page.

LC4 is always looking for donations of towels, blankets, treats, canned goods and toys. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer is encouraged to visit the LC$ and complete an application. Monetary donations can be made to the Cutie’s Fund to help defray the costs of medical needs for dogs that have entered the center.

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November is National Senior Pet Adoption Month. https://peet-corso.cz/november-is-national-senior-pet-adoption-month/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 21:29:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/november-is-national-senior-pet-adoption-month/ Any month is a great month to add a furry friend to your family. November is National Senior Pet Adoption Month. There are many advantages to adopting an older pet, such as the fact that they are likely already neutered and know basic commands. At the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, small animals are considered […]]]>

Any month is a great month to add a furry friend to your family. November is National Senior Pet Adoption Month. There are many advantages to adopting an older pet, such as the fact that they are likely already neutered and know basic commands. At the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, small animals are considered senior at age 10, while larger dogs are considered senior at age 7. “Although they are a little older, they still have so much love to give. They can bring so much joy to a family and they need beautiful homes,” Mara Gleason said with Peggy Adams. Animal shelters are running specials all month long, so be sure to check with them so you can bring your new senior pet home as soon as possible. Kg. Molly’s owner had her since she was a puppy, but moved out of state and couldn’t take Molly with her. They said she’s a big couch potato. She loves the beach and car rides. She has lived with children and other dogs and is a social butterfly, even with strangers. King Joseph: A 7-year-old male mixed breed, who weighs 82 pounds. King Joseph came to Peggy Adams because his owners said they had no more time to take care of him. He is very outgoing and friendly with strangers, and he plays well with other large dogs. Hooch: a 9-year-old male mixed-breed who weighs 91 pounds. Like many seniors, Hooch came to Peggy Adams after her owner passed away. Now he is looking for a second chance in a forever family. Hooch has been with Peggy Adams for over 100 days, and his goofy, outgoing personality has made him a staff favorite. He may be ready to make new dog friends in his next home. Hooch’s adoption fees and benefits are sponsored by Dolly’s Dream. Hydro: an 8-year-old male German Shepherd who weighs 65 pounds. Hydro was found wandering before coming to see Peggy Adams. He is super playful and still has the energy of a puppy despite his age. He is an adventurous guy and he would definitely like to explore the outdoors or go to the beach with his forever family.

Every month is a great month to add a furry friend to your family.

November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month. There are many advantages to adopting an older pet, such as the fact that they are likely already neutered and know basic commands.

To Peggy Adams Animal Rescue Leaguesmall animals are considered seniors at 10 years old, while larger dogs are considered seniors from 7 years old.

“Although they are a little older, they still have so much love to give. They can bring so much joy to a family and they need beautiful homes,” Mara Gleason said with Peggy Adams.

Animal shelters have special offers throughout the month, so be sure to check with them so you can bring your new senior pet home as soon as possible.

Here are some senior pets looking for a forever home:

Molly is a 9 year old female English Bulldog mix who weighs 55 pounds. Molly’s owner had her since she was a puppy, but moved out of state and couldn’t take Molly with her. They said she’s a big couch potato. She loves the beach and car rides. She has lived with children and other dogs and is a social butterfly, even with strangers.

King Joseph: a 7-year-old mixed-breed male, who weighs 82 pounds. King Joseph came to Peggy Adams because his owners said they had no more time to take care of him. He is very outgoing and friendly with strangers, and he plays well with other large dogs.

Hooch: a 9-year-old mixed-breed male who weighs 91 pounds. Like many seniors, Hooch came to Peggy Adams after her owner passed away. Now he is looking for a second chance in a forever family. Hooch has been with Peggy Adams for over 100 days, and his goofy, outgoing personality has made him a staff favorite. He may be ready to make new dog friends in his next home. Hooch’s adoption fees and benefits are sponsored by Dolly’s dream.

Hydro: an 8-year-old male German Shepherd who weighs 65 pounds. Hydro was found wandering before coming to see Peggy Adams. He is super playful and still has the energy of a puppy despite his age. He is an adventurous guy and he would definitely like to explore the outdoors or go to the beach with his forever family.

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Adopt a pet at the animal adoption fair in Crevillent (Alicante) https://peet-corso.cz/adopt-a-pet-at-the-animal-adoption-fair-in-crevillent-alicante/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 16:23:17 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/adopt-a-pet-at-the-animal-adoption-fair-in-crevillent-alicante/ ABANDONED: One of the dogs entrusted to the Pels Pels Crevillent association Photo credit: Pels Pels Crevillent The town hall of CREVILLENT is organizing the first edition of the Crevillent Adopta animal adoption fair on November 18. Starting at 10:30 a.m., the event will take place in the parking lot of the Auditorium of the […]]]>

ABANDONED: One of the dogs entrusted to the Pels Pels Crevillent association Photo credit: Pels Pels Crevillent

The town hall of CREVILLENT is organizing the first edition of the Crevillent Adopta animal adoption fair on November 18.

Starting at 10:30 a.m., the event will take place in the parking lot of the Auditorium of the Casa de Cultura.

Participants in Crevillent Adopta, a joint initiative of the City Council’s Youth and Animal Welfare Services, include nine animal shelters and associations from Crevillent, Elche, Albatera, Novelda and Torrevieja.

“This puts the welfare and adoption of animals in our region in the spotlight, in collaboration with associations and shelters in a fun event for all,” said Ana Vanessa Mas, animal protection adviser of the town hall.

Stands representing the various shelters and associations will detail their actions, highlight the importance of adoption and provide information on animal care.

At 12:30 p.m. and then at 5:30 p.m., a parade will present to the public the animals in search of a permanent home.

There will also be live music, workshops for children and a photocall.

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A dog left in an abandoned house begs passersby to take him with them https://peet-corso.cz/a-dog-left-in-an-abandoned-house-begs-passersby-to-take-him-with-them/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 19:30:25 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/a-dog-left-in-an-abandoned-house-begs-passersby-to-take-him-with-them/ Abandoned in an abandoned house in Mexicotwo dogs wandered the property, hoping someone might spot them and offer help. One of the dogs was particularly eager to be rescued, so when she saw people who seemed to want to lend her a hand, she put her fears aside and let them hug her. After a […]]]>

Abandoned in an abandoned house in Mexicotwo dogs wandered the property, hoping someone might spot them and offer help.

One of the dogs was particularly eager to be rescued, so when she saw people who seemed to want to lend her a hand, she put her fears aside and let them hug her.

After a visit to the vet, the dog’s rescuers realized why the pup was so eager to be rescued – she was pregnant.

With the help of animal carpetthe dog, later named Mama Wild, was placed in a foster home, where she was able to build up her strength.

Lauren Botticelli, who helped with Mama Wild’s care, was shocked the sweet dog was left alone.

“I felt sadness,” Botticelli told The Dodo. “But finally [I felt] really grateful that these pups weren’t born on the streets.

The Animal Pad has made a video documenting Mama Wild’s rescue journey, which you can watch here:

Safe in her foster family, Mama Wild finally relaxed and soon gave birth to two baby girls. Since becoming a mom, Mama Wild has dedicated herself to caring for her babies, enjoying every second she spends with them.

“His favorite activities are crazy about [the puppies] and be a loving mother,” Botticelli said.

After about two months with their mother, the puppies will be available for adoption. Mama Wild will also be looking for her permanent home.

Out of harm’s way, with a bright future and a loving new family to look forward to, Mama Wild will surely never worry about fending for herself again.

To support other animals like Mama Wild, donate to The Animal Pad here. Information about adopting Mama Wild and her babies will be available here.
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Harbor Humane takes care of puppies that fell on the side of the road during the storm https://peet-corso.cz/harbor-humane-takes-care-of-puppies-that-fell-on-the-side-of-the-road-during-the-storm/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 21:13:28 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/harbor-humane-takes-care-of-puppies-that-fell-on-the-side-of-the-road-during-the-storm/ HOLLAND, Michigan — Without the help of a Good Samaritan, a Responding Assistant, and the Harbor Humane, a litter of four-week-old puppies might not have survived Saturday night. During Saturday’s storm, amid rain and winds, an anonymous caller notified police of a cardboard box left on the side of 120th Avenue near New Holland. The […]]]>

HOLLAND, Michigan — Without the help of a Good Samaritan, a Responding Assistant, and the Harbor Humane, a litter of four-week-old puppies might not have survived Saturday night.

During Saturday’s storm, amid rain and winds, an anonymous caller notified police of a cardboard box left on the side of 120th Avenue near New Holland. The box contained eight puppies.

Harbor Humane says the puppies faced terrible hardship, left on the road in harsh weather conditions. When rescued, the puppies were soaked and suffering from low temperatures. Two were in critical condition.

Now the puppies are getting the care they need, and the workers at Harbor Humane are hoping the puppies will pull through.

Already, six of the puppies are in foster homes. The two in critical condition remain at Harbor Humane receiving care and close monitoring under the watch of the shelter’s behavior manager.

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Puppies at Harbor Humane

Harbor Humane says the puppies won’t be immediately put up for adoption, as Harbor Humane wants to make sure they get enough care and attention first. They will be sent to foster homes, where they will be loved by foster families until they are well enough to be adopted.

To adopt one of these puppies, Harbor Humane encourages people to keep an eye on their website, where the puppies will eventually be listed and over 100 other wonderful dogs are already up for adoption.

Harbor Humane also included this statement to the person who decided to leave the puppies on 120th Avenue and anyone else facing the same situation, emphasizing that a better option is always available.

It breaks our hearts that things happened like this. If they had contacted Harbour, we would have been more than willing to help, and this dangerous situation could have been avoided. Remember Harbor is always there for the community as a resource – we are just a phone call or message away. We never want to see an abandoned animal and will never turn away a person or pet in a real emergency, even when we are packed.

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Harbor Humane is currently seeking information on who may have abandoned the puppies. Harbor Humane also promises to keep the public informed about the puppies’ story.

Anyone wishing to make a donation can do so by going to their Facebook page. People can also help support Harbor Humane by adopting or adopting pets.

More puppies in a box

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Puppies brought to Harbor Humane

READ MORE: Harbor Humane asks for help amid a year of ‘relentless’ challenges and setbacks

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The number of dog bites and euthanasia in shelters is increasing in Dallas, but here’s the rest of the story https://peet-corso.cz/the-number-of-dog-bites-and-euthanasia-in-shelters-is-increasing-in-dallas-but-heres-the-rest-of-the-story/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 11:02:40 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/the-number-of-dog-bites-and-euthanasia-in-shelters-is-increasing-in-dallas-but-heres-the-rest-of-the-story/ Dallas Animal Services Director MeLissa Webber, promoted to the top job 10 months ago, has a difficult and uncertain task ahead of her. It seems like only yesterday our city’s shelter operation was the most successful in the country, as it effectively combated the off-leash dog crisis while closing in on the coveted 90% release […]]]>

Dallas Animal Services Director MeLissa Webber, promoted to the top job 10 months ago, has a difficult and uncertain task ahead of her.

It seems like only yesterday our city’s shelter operation was the most successful in the country, as it effectively combated the off-leash dog crisis while closing in on the coveted 90% release rate. live that gives it “no-kill” status.

But emerging from the pandemic, Dallas Animal Services has been overwhelmed with new challenges to both its rescue and public safety goals. Now the bad numbers – euthanasia and dog bites – are rising.

It’s a precarious time at the shelter, and these next six months will reveal much about Webber’s leadership, especially his ability to rebuild key parts of the operation that failed during COVID and its aftermath.

The coming weeks will also say a lot about the rest of us – because without Dallas residents resuming our strong support at the shelter, it’s a no-win fight.

If you want to see fewer dogs and cats euthanized, here’s how you can help: Adopt a pet. Adopt one. Volunteer at the shelter. Support a local rescue with time and money.

Most importantly, spread the word: Dallas Animal Services is a great place to get an awesome pet and they need our help now more than ever.

No matter how many times I’ve been inside the shelter – walking as I did on Wednesday beside those hundreds of kennels full of dogs begging to be brought home – I’m overwhelmed by the number of unwanted animals that end up here.

I also never fail to marvel at the members of staff who work so hard to care for every dog ​​and cat – and who persevere in their ‘can do’ attitude even as the animal welfare situation s nationwide.

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Dogs play outside during a behavioral assessment session at Dallas Animal Services on Wednesday.(Rebecca Slezak / Staff Photographer)

The Utah-based nonprofit Best Friends Animal Society calls it a crisis: Shelters across the United States with no space for the growing number of dogs and cats in their care and facing unprecedented challenges finding them homes.

Dallas Animal Services has been hit by the nationwide staffing shortage and lack of interest in medium and large dogs, many of whom previously found safe havens through transportation to areas where adoptable pets were scarce.

While the puppies and fluffy little dogs at the Dallas shelter are adopted as soon as they enter a kennel, the larger dogs — available in all shapes, colors, and personality types — sit and wait.

Too often, no potential adopter ever says yes to them.

Dallas’ live release rate is still a respectable 80%, meaning the shelter rescued nearly 17,000 dogs and cats in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30.

But this is almost 10% less than when the “Be Dallas 90” non-elimination campaign firing at full speed, both inside and outside the shelter.

With distemper having taken a heavy toll on operations earlier this year, with rescue partners unable to remove as many dogs and fewer people interested in fostering, more dogs and cats had to be euthanized.

In the field, employee shortages led to public safety outages. By one point in August, a roster that should have numbered more than 30 was down to just eight.

A litter of kittens at the Dallas Animal Services nursery on Wednesday.(Rebecca Slezak / Staff Photographer)

Admission to the field of loose dogs for exercise was 7,900, the lowest number in five years. For comparison, the city welcomed 20,300 dogs in 2019.

Dog bites are at the highest level the city has seen in five years, with 805 incidents in fiscal year 2022. In recent years, that stat had never topped 620.

Webber expects a big improvement in the numbers on the pitch after shuffling through a maze of pay and reorganization issues. The previous City Hall structure, put in place during the pandemic, had made Dallas Animal Services jobs less competitive with others in the municipal ranks.

The department is close to filling its last openings in the field and correcting other wage disparities.

Webber emphasized during our interview that the department is unwavering in its commitment to saving lives and ensuring public safety.

While the number of rescues and foster families has plummeted this year, she noted that adoptions increased 17% when the shelter reopened.

“We want to be a valued partner and asset to the City of Dallas,” she said. “We need everyone to be part of it.”

A dog available for adoption, named Brian by staff, during mealtime at Dallas Animal...
A dog available for adoption, named Brian by staff, during mealtime at Dallas Animal Services on Wednesday.
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Former director Ed Jamison hired Webber from Los Angeles Animal Services, one of the few shelters in the country to host more than Dallas, as No. 2 in February 2020. Prior to her time in Los Angeles, she had worked in animal welfare. At New York.

When Jamison left to become CEO of the Carrollton-based nonprofit Operation Kindness in March 2021, Webber became acting Dallas manager and was officially named boss in January.

Even the hint of backsliding at Dallas Animal Services sets off alarm bells for those of us familiar with its many past failures. My reporting on the department dates back to 2014 when I began documenting the problem of loose and dangerous dogs in the southern part of the city.

It wasn’t until South Dallas resident Antoinette Brown was fatally mutilated by a pack of dogs in May 2016 that City Hall finally stopped dragging its feet on overhauling the department.

These changes eventually led to the hiring of Jamison and the department’s first long string of hits on behalf of the four-legged and two-legged Dallas residents.

When Jamison left I wrote that it would be naive for any of us to assume that everything would be fine at Dallas Animal Services without him at the helm. Even he acknowledged that the work of the shelter was far from over.

“We’ve been able to start to get into our stride, but there’s still a long way to go,” he said at the time.

Webber must now build his own team and relaunch the “Be Dallas 90” crusade, which references both the DAS goal of a 90% live stream rate and his desire for everyone in Dallas to participate. to animal welfare efforts.

Jazzy looks through her kennel in one of the adoption aisles as another dog is fed Wednesday...
Jazzy looks through her kennel in one of the adoption aisles as another dog is fed Wednesday at Dallas Animal Services.(Rebecca Slezak / Staff Photographer)

She’s smart about animal welfare details and, judging by our conversation, has a million strategies and initiatives going through her head.

My suggestion is that she didn’t spread too thin or the department didn’t spread too thin.

The post-pandemic animal welfare world is uncharted territory, especially when it comes to figuring out how to get different stakeholders to re-engage.

If I were running Dallas Animal Services, I would focus all of my energy on what’s most important: providing top-notch customer service at the shelter, answering priority calls from dogs on the loose, and reconnecting with rescue groups.

I would focus on leading the team to do A+ work on those elements and let the others go – at least for now – rather than doing “barely passing” work on all of it.

Being the best boss is quite an adjustment from #2. Working for Jamison, Webber was instrumental in getting much of the work done while delivering the messages that inspired both the staff and the audience.

The new director has a lot to prove. What she has going for her is the will to speak out when she’s wrong and to speak the truth relentlessly, even if it means talking about her own mistakes.

While Webber figures things out, the rest of us need to do our part. No matter who the director of Dallas Animal Services is, nothing will change for the better unless the whole community is on board.

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Humane Society of Tulsa asks for donations after saving 46 dogs https://peet-corso.cz/humane-society-of-tulsa-asks-for-donations-after-saving-46-dogs/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 22:57:01 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/humane-society-of-tulsa-asks-for-donations-after-saving-46-dogs/ The Humane Society of Tulsa said it was desperate for help after fostering dozens of dogs in two major cases of animal neglect and cruelty. Staff and volunteers are asking for money to pay the dogs’ vet bills, as well as supplies, like puppy pads and paper towels. The Humane Society of Tulsa rescued 46 […]]]>

The Humane Society of Tulsa said it was desperate for help after fostering dozens of dogs in two major cases of animal neglect and cruelty.

Staff and volunteers are asking for money to pay the dogs’ vet bills, as well as supplies, like puppy pads and paper towels.

The Humane Society of Tulsa rescued 46 dogs in two days, in addition to caring for other dogs abandoned by their owners.

Cleveland County deputies recently investigated a child neglect case and found unlivable conditions for the toddler and more than 40 dogs.

The Humane Society of Tulsa took in 31 of the dogs.

The day before, the Humane Society also helped a case in Creek County, saving fifteen dogs, including a litter of puppies.

“So, in total, 46 in about 48 hours just before the weekend,” said HST Adoption Center Manager Rachel Ward. “It was a very big task to undertake, and fortunately we were able to get them all vaccinated, cozy, as you can see, and now it’s just a matter of rehabilitating them.”

Ward said the agency was carrying out emergency rescues while caring for dozens of current animals and new arrivals.

The Humane Society said it took in 300 owner-abandoned pets this year.

“The overcrowding in Tulsa and Oklahoma in general is so, I mean, it’s really sad,” Ward said. uncastrated and sterilized animals.”

The Humane Society said all shelters and rescue groups hope everyone will consider adoption instead of buying from breeders.

“Every adopted animal creates a space for us to say ‘yes’ to an abandonment or an emergency, so it’s so vital that people understand the importance of adoption,” Ward said.

It will take a few weeks before the dogs that were rescued last week are ready for adoption.

There are always other animals in shelters looking for new homes.

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A family would be lucky to have Shelby as a pet https://peet-corso.cz/a-family-would-be-lucky-to-have-shelby-as-a-pet/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 10:16:21 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/a-family-would-be-lucky-to-have-shelby-as-a-pet/ Are you an introvert who likes to greet people at their own pace? Someone who likes to have a comfortable retreat away from the world? So you have something in common with Shelby. Shelby is our oldest resident cat, and she patiently awaits her forever home! It may take a minute for Shelby to get […]]]>

Are you an introvert who likes to greet people at their own pace? Someone who likes to have a comfortable retreat away from the world? So you have something in common with Shelby. Shelby is our oldest resident cat, and she patiently awaits her forever home! It may take a minute for Shelby to get used to you, but with time and patience, she’ll show you just how adorable she really is. Apply today to adopt Shelby from the Humane Society. Come visit him in the Chasing Cougars room from 2-4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Pets are available for adoption through:

• Humane Society of St. Joseph County, 2506 grape road, Mishawaka. Phone: 574-255-4726. Website: www.humanesocietystjc.org.

• Elkhart Humane Society, 54687 County Road 19, Bristol. Phone: 574-475-4732. Website: elkharthumanesociety.org.

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Dogs for adoption at Franklin County Shelter https://peet-corso.cz/dogs-for-adoption-at-franklin-county-shelter/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/dogs-for-adoption-at-franklin-county-shelter/ COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Finding the perfect 4Ever Home for a dog takes time. If you need guidance, you might want to consider “West.” This average-sized 2-year-old is potty trained and knows fun commands like sit, shake and lie down. An important point to note is that this guy is already clean and loves walks. […]]]>

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Finding the perfect 4Ever Home for a dog takes time. If you need guidance, you might want to consider “West.” This average-sized 2-year-old is potty trained and knows fun commands like sit, shake and lie down.

An important point to note is that this guy is already clean and loves walks. He weighs 42 pounds with a medium build. Just like all the other dogs that have been to the Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center for 14 days or more, West can be adopted for the price of a dog license, which is $18.

Take a look at other dogs below and click on the link in their name to learn more about them.

Shelter date: 09/01/2022
Age: 2 years 2 weeks
Breed: Mixed Large Mixed Breed
Weight: 42 pounds
Average height
Main color: Black
Secondary color: White
Sex: castrated male
OK with dogs
Familiar
Wallflower
Recommend Kids 8+

Date of sheltering: 07/09/2022
Age: 3 years 1 month
Breed: Pit Bull Mix
Weight: 50 lbs.
Wide waist
Main color: Brown
Secondary color:
Sex: castrated male
Go Getter

Shelter date: 07/23/2022
Age: 1 year 5 months 3 weeks
Breed: Pit Bull Mix
Weight: 43 lbs.
Wide waist
Primary Color: Tan
Secondary color: White
Sex: castrated male
Familiar
Go Getter
Recommend Kids 8+
Favor me!

Date of sheltering: 06/08/2022
Age: 2 years 1 month 3 weeks
Breed: Pit Bull Mix
Weight: 48.8 lbs.
Wide waist
Main color: Brown
Secondary color: White
Sex: Sterilized female
Shelter Favorite
Recommend Kids 8+
shy dog

Shelter date: 8/9/2022
Age: 6 years 2 months (approximately)
Due date: 8/12/2022
Breed: Sharpei Mix
Weight: 74.5 lbs.
Size: Extra Large
Main color: White
Secondary color:
HOST ANIMAL
Sex: castrated male
Familiar
Shelter Favorite

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