Wednesday, June 17, 2015
This big happy face belongs to Augusta, a 4-year-old Norwegian Elkhound mix. This gorgeous girl and her previous owner's lost their home and with no where to go, she was brought to LHS. She is a little timid at first but once she gets to know you, you'll see how friendly, loving and playful she is. Augusta is full of energy and loves long walks and her time out of the shelter. She is housebroken and crate trained but would love a fenced in yard where she can explore and stretch her legs. This smart girl also knows commands such as sit, stay, down, here and off. Augusta would need to be the only pet in the home. Do you think you can provide the furever home she needs? Well, if so, stop on by and pay her a visit, she just might be your next best friend!
This little man is Charlie, a 7-year-old male Pug. Charlie is now in our care because his previous owners did not have enough time to take care of him. This friendly, little guy can be a little needy at times but hey, who wouldn't like being the center of attention?! He likes going for long walks and as you can see he also loves posing for pictures. Charlie is also very playful and loving and could potentially be good with children of all ages (pending a visit). He is also crate trained, housebroken and would do well in a home with other female canine siblings. So if you think Charlie is the right fit for you, stop on by the shelter and pay him a visit!
Meg came to the shelter as a stray and as you can imagine, her new life her at the shelter is quite an adjustment. She is a little shy but enjoys being petted and with a little TLC, it won't take long for her to warm up to you. This affectionate girl is also quite playful and because she can get quite spunky, she would do best in a home with children over the age of 10 (pending a visit). So if you are looking for a new companion with plenty of personality, Meg could be your gal!
This beautiful girl is Gwen. She is an active 2-year-old bunny who absolutely loves attention. She can't get enough and once you meet her, you won't be able to get enough either. Her previous owners could no longer take care of her and after being in our care for over 6 months, she is ready to find her furever home. She would do best in an all-adult home with someone who is experienced in handling rabbits. She may be small but if your looking for a bunny with a larger than life personality, just ask for Gwen!
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