“Sometimes, their owners have had no choice either. They, too, may have aged and had to move into a facility where their loved companions are not allowed or, in the final step of life, may have died leaving their pets behind,” says Shelter Manager, Deb Takeda. “Whatever the reason, these faithful friends have no choice but to wait … wait for someone new to take them in and love them.”
Sometimes too, however, they come from very unusual circumstances that are unfair for anyone, human or otherwise.
Meet Nyx. She’s a one-year-old Pug-Boston Terrier X with tons and tons of energy. She loves everyone and is good with dogs and would love an active family, but is not recommended for families with small children.
She is awaiting a spay and then will be ready to go to her new home. Please call the shelter at 519 372-1911 for an appointment to meet this fun and lively girl.
A pretty pair of Calico sisters
Meet Luna and Bean, two lovely calico sisters. These girls are approximately eight months old, up to date on shots and will be spayed shortly. They are good with cats and people and clearly enjoy playing with water.
Please call the shelter at 519 372-1911 for an appointment to meet these sweet girls.