Pets of the Week – July 30, 2012

Here’s a new way to cherish the liberty you prize — a gleaming Lady Liberty of your very own; she’s a gloriously good-looking Labrador/Pit Bull girl, 3 years old and endowed with a spirit that’s equally jubilant and cooperative. Liberty was turned in by her owner regretfully; she’ll romp in the yard, run back when you call her,

Pets of the Week – July 23, 2012

If patience is a virtue then 3-year-old Cheeto is a shiny chocolate saint; he recently visited Petco where he disported himself with aplomb; the crowd adored him, and he was just as smitten with them. How this graceful Labrador/American Staffordshire prince turned into a “stray” is a mystery; he welcomes a good romp with his dog playgroup,

Pets of the Week – July 16, 2012

Her name’s the Italian word for “beautiful” and lap-sized Chihuahua mix Bella lives up to it and more; one look and you’ll see that her face is exquisitely sensitive, and unlike many of her breed, she’s as calm as a cameo. Her owner gave her up because of financial troubles, but 2-year-old Bella’s rich in social graces;

Adult Cat Adoption Fees Reduced!

We are reducing the adoption fees indefinitely for adult cats, one-year and older, to $15! All cats adopted from the Animal Shelter are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, feline leukemia-tested, and microchipped. That’s a lot of “bang for your buck!” And here are some reasons why adopting an adult cat may better suit your lifestyle and home:

What you see is what you get.

Pets of the Week – July 9, 2012

She was found walking down a road with a shock collar embedded in her neck, but you wouldn’t know it now; our ladylike Beagle Shona’s so well healed she’ll show you her playful side, and she’s the epitome of civilized — perfectly housetrained, quiet and tranquilly affectionate, she’ll lie at your feet lovingly, and shadow you into the next room,

Will You Help?

At this time of year, litters of puppies and kittens are carried through the shelter door in boxes, clothes hampers, makeshift traps, and containers that were never designed for animal transport. The devoted mothers of the sweet little ones often accompany their offspring. With the increase in animals comes an increase in costs.