If that one missing piece in your life is a big, handsome, tan and black dog with a lot of energy and an inquisitive nature, look no further than Duke. He’s a two-year-old Bullmastiff-Shepherd mix, and since he is such a large fellow, he really needs a fenced-in yard that will allow him to get the exercise he craves. He likes people and other dogs – females more than males – but he does not think cats make appropriate companions at all. He doesn’t seem particularly interested in toys, and he appears to believe that if he eats any treats, he’ll ruin his trim, athletic figure. Duke is intelligent and would probably enjoy some training, as that would allow him to develop a deeper bond with his humans. Swing by the Adoption Center and meet Duke today.
Once you’ve spent some time with Susan, you’ll realize she’d definitely prefer to be called Princess Susan. She’s quite the little diva, this 3-month-old brown Tabby, feeling confident in the fact that she is the prettiest feline around. She’s just as high-spirited as most kittens, and she’s very independent, letting you know when she wants to be adored. Therefore, she’d probably do best in a household without small children that might not understand her need for personal space. Susan gets along quite well with other cats, so she’d be perfectly happy to share a home with furry siblings, although she’ll undoubtedly be sure to maintain her princess status no matter where she goes.
The adoption fees are free for both featured pets through July 21, 2018. To see these and other available dogs and cats for adoption, visit the Greenwood County Animal Shelter at 235 Wilbanks Circle, Monday through Saturday, 11a to 4:30p.