Adopt A Pet 8-20-11

Make A Friend At The Humane Society

Let your favorite pooch enjoy the end of summer with a dip in the pool. On Sunday, Aug. 28, from 1-3 p.m., at White’s Pool (at the end of Avenue B in Rutland) the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is hosting the Dog Days of Summer Pool Party to raise funds for the homeless animals in Rutland County.

All funds raised, including entrance fees, are for RCHS. Each dog entry is $5 and a donation is requested for the people who attend.




Spayed female. Cocker Spaniel.

I’m a sweet older gal who is looking for a quiet home where I can relax and take it easy. I’ve moved around a few times in the past year so I’m looking for a stable home where I can be the focus of my family. I’m an adorable lady who, as an older canine, has some health issues so I’m looking for a home where I can get the medical attention I need. Oh, and lots of love and spoiling, too.




Neutered male. German Shepherd mix.

I’m a slow moving fella who enjoys being with people. I like to thump my tail softly when I’m happy. I’m an overweight guy who is looking for a home where I can be on a diet and get lots of exercise—slow, long walks sound good to me. I know how to Sit and am a smart fella who could learn more tricks if you want to teach me. I love getting my butt scratched and will happily hang out with you and relax and be your best friend.


Granny Freddy


Spayed female. Domestic Short Hair Gray.

I came into the shelter as a stray from Proctor after being found wandering. I shouldn’t have been outside since I am a declawed girl and it was not safe for me out there without my claws. I can be a bit vocal so if you are interested in talking I may be your girl.




Spayed female. Domestic Short Hair Black & Gray Tabby.

I am a petite young lady with striking markings. I must say I do stick out amongst the crowd here. I am a friendly and affectionate girl who will jump up and acknowledge you when you enter the room. I was a stray found in Rutland City and I prefer not to go back to that life. I enjoy the perks I’ve had here at the shelter and would like them carried over to my new home as well.

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