Adopt a pet

•Hello, my name is Charlie. I'm a young, energetic, and fun boy who loves to go for walks and hikes. I'm very sweet, loads of fun and love to be with people. I don't seem to mind other dogs, and I would probably just annoy cats. I would do best with older children as I'm tall and energetic. I'm a smart boy and do pretty well on a leash. I would need to be on a leash at all times or have a fenced in back yard as I tend to revert to my hound tendencies and will "take off." As I mentioned I love going for walks, and hikes are even better. Please come say hello and see what a loving and handsome boy I am.

•Hello, my name is Laverne. I'm a fun and spirited young gal who loves to be with people! I get great joy out of simply being around you and loving you. I've been used to getting my way for a while, so I'm looking forward to a having a good leader in my home. A basic obedience class would be good for me too. I'm off to a great start though because I listen well and I'm attentive. I'm very smart and aim to please. I'm selective with other dogs and I'm (a little) too interested in the cats here, so my ideal home would be with no other animals. I'm also easily excitable and can be jumpy, so no toddlers for me. I'm very loving and loyal and would make someone a wonderful friend. Come take me for a walk and see for yourself. I'm such a pretty girl!

•Hello,my name is Tinkerbell! I'm a young, petite, beautiful short hair kitty cat with lovely markings and a shy and sweet personality. I'm a simple girl who enjoys lounging in the sun, being petted and playing with crinkly toys. I would make someone a great companion as I like to keep you company, but I can be just as happy napping and playing. I'm not a fan of the other cats here, but I've lived peacefully with a dog in my previous home. I'm also not a big fan of young children. My ideal home would be quiet and with not too much activity going on. Please come meet me today and see what a special little girl I am!

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