Pet Of The Week – January 30, 2020


(Pet Of The Week – January 30)

“Frankie” – Shepherd/Husky male Mix

This beautiful, sweet dog came to us as a stray so we estimate his age to be 3 years old & his weight at 58.1 pounds. Very calm & gentle… Frankie is being such a good boy while here…no fussing, rarely barks, just waiting patiently and hoping for the best.

Frankie is good w/other dogs, up to date on shots, de-wormed and he will be neutered prior to his adoption.

168983 / Hs231370

“Jackson” – DSH male Mix

Jackson is looking for a like- minded person to share a mutual love of staying and cuddling on the couch. This affectionate 1.5 year old has a lot of love to give but is a little shy at first. With some time and patience he’ll happily greet you with a head bump and fall into your arms begging for cuddles. Jackson prefers a quiet environment, where he can relax and take a nap in the sunniest spot in the house and enjoy some quiet time, to reflect on how lucky he is to go home with you.

Jackson is neutered, litter-box trained, up to date on vaccinations and prefers to be the only pet in the house.

166598 / R235526

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