This weeks featured pup is Petey. Doesn’t this handsome young boy remind you of the pup from the t.v. series “The Little Rascals?” Petey is about ten months old, he is good with kids and people; he does not play well with some of the shelter dogs. He picks who he wants to play with. Petey is full of energy, strong, healthy and ready to conquer the world with you.
Tony is our featured feline this week. Tony is a four month old lover boy who was brought to the shelter by Community Cat Project. He is quite the little gentleman and extremely playful.
All of our kiddos are spay/neutered, up to date on all vaccinations, including rabies vaccine and flea and tick treatment. The pups are heart worm tested and kittens are FIV/FLuk.
I know we are starting to sound like a broken record regarding walking dogs, but this is very important for the well being of the dogs. They spend the majority of their day in a kennel. At this time, they have no fenced area to run. There have been many volunteers in the mornings to help and we appreciate all of them. However, we really need afternoon dog walkers. Volunteering a couple days a week in the afternoon would be helpful. We start walking about 4:30pm daily. Just imagine, you could volunteer toward a T-shirt or a gift card. We give a T-shirt for every 100 hours that a volunteer puts in walking dogs, helpings with cats, or volunteering in our thrift store.