Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Featured Adoptables

This handsome boy is Killian. Killian is a 1-year-old German Shepherd/Lab mix. He hasn't been with us for very long and is still adjusting to his new life her at LHS. It is still a little scary for him and he finds his safe place is in the back of his kennel. However, this dog just wants to love and once he gets to know you, he is one big, cuddly softy. Killian was recently returned to the shelter because his adopters could no longer care for him. After his world has been turned upside down again, all this dog wants is a true forever home where he will feel safe and loved. Can you give him the home he so dearly misses?

This big boy is Red, a Bloodhound/Pitbull mix. Red was brought to the shelter because of his previous owner's allergies. Red may be 5 years old, but inside he is still a puppy. He would love a fenced-in yard with plenty of room to stretch his legs. He would also love a family (with children over the age of five) with the time and energy to give this playful, strong dog the attention and exercise he needs. Red, even though he is not small, thinks he is a lap dog and is as much a couch potato as he is energetic. So if your looking to add a new addition to your family, Red may be the one!

This strikingly beautiful boy is Miles. He was surrendered into our care as an injured stray by a Good Samaritan. Since then, his injury has healed and the bald spot on the back of his head is beginning to fill in (not that it takes away from his good looks). Miles is basically one big love bug. He loves to give hugs and eskimo kisses, is always talking, and their is nothing he enjoys more than snuggling. So, if you're looking for a chatty cuddle bug to keep you warm during those cold winter months, Miles is your guy! 

Say hello to 5-year-old Pimento. Her favorite past times are cuddling, lots of ear and chin scratches, and if there is a toy nearby, she is more than happy to chase it down. Pimento was brought to LHS because her previous owner had too many animals. She is now hoping to find a forever home where she will get the one-on-one attention she missed out on in her old home. Pimento is FIV positive so she must be the only cat in the home (or with other FIV positive siblings). Come pay her a visit!

Didn't quite see what you're looking for? No worries, there is plenty more where they came from!
Click here to view the rest of our adoptable pets.


Stop in during our regular visiting hours:
Monday & Thursday: 12-7pm
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 12-5pm
Wednesdays & All Major Holidays: CLOSED
The Kennel is CLOSED weekdays from 3-4pm for Canine Happy Hour

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