Pets of the Week – May 20, 2013 (Ruger and Sassy)


Just like the firearms manufacturer he’s named for, our “Ruger” is also rugged and reliable. His irresistible Retriever good looks, golden red coat, and matching amber eyes will captivate you. He loves to fetch, is highly trainable — he has learned to lie down and roll over– and has the reputation of being the cleanest dog in the Adoption Center!

Pets of the Week – April 29, 2013 (Patches)

“Patches” is an understatement of a name for her; her glorious tortoise shell-tabby (Torbie) markings are etched in orange, black and white so vivid even the latter seems to glow; but her keenly defined markings is where her edges end, inside she’s a dreamy watercolor-cat, a two year old girl suffused with tranquil sweetness you’ll feel the moment you hold her.

Pets of the Week – April 22, 2013 (Buddy and Tarzan)

The most eloquent testimony to his gentleness comes from Buddy’s own boyish mouth; it’s in the delicate way he takes a treat from your fingers — more a soft caress than a nibble, consciously considerate beyond his year-and-a-half youthfulness, all his exuberance carefully contained until he “sits” or “lies down” for you successfully. Buddy was found stray,

Pets of the Week – March 11, 2013 (Glen and Soot)

Come meet him and you’ll see that he is both loving and lovable, laid-back and liquid, and yes, he’s a good listener, too. Glen’s a brindle and white English Pointer/Retriever mix friend in the making, who will sit when politely asked, loves treats, and walks on a leash like a model on the catwalk; he’s approximately three to four years young and full of easygoing energy.

Pets of the Week – February 25, 2013 (Levi)

He’s as perennially pleasing as the go-to jeans that share his name, with one defining difference — our 3-year-old American Staffordshire mix “Levi” loves you back — so much so that his exultant greeting includes dancing in circles at your feet, before presenting his back for a heavenly scratch. Levi was found stray but he’s so beautifully socialized he must have had a family;