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Male Adult German Shepherd Dog

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Bb (nee Jacks)

Domestic Short Hair

BB is a beautiful kitten who remains a bit shy with new people. He loves to play, especially with a wand toy and will settle in with a f... show more

BB is a beautiful kitten who remains a bit shy with new people. He loves to play, especially with a wand toy and will settle in with a family able to give him some transition time.How does your cat react when being held? How does your cat feel about being picked up? Doesn't like to be picked up by new or unfamiliar people. Will warm up to it with people he knowsHow do they play with you? Loves a wand toy, loves to battle with balls, loved to rough house with his siblings. Good idea to play with him to let him get to know youWhat is their behavior like with new people and/or children? : skittish with new people. Will warm up over time. Best to play with him and then pet him while he's tired. Needs someone who can give him the transition time he needs, then will be more confident and snugglyIs there anything else that you would like the new adopter to know about this cat, such as any special tricks or adorable traits? again, needs time with new people. Did become confident with us, but took some work. Will do better without his siblings as one sibling was super friendly and a bit aggressive to him. Once comfortable with a person does love a snuggle and a pet when tired. Will happily play for hours with a wand toy! Primary Color: Brown Tabby Secondary Color: White Weight: 3.83 Age: 0yrs 3mths 2wks show less

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Brinny

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Personality: Brinny can be shy in new environments and when meeting new people. Once she's warmed up she enjoys cuddling and going for w... show more

Personality: Brinny can be shy in new environments and when meeting new people. Once she's warmed up she enjoys cuddling and going for walks. Now that's comfortable in our care she is always underfoot and begging for attention! Her foster parent said she was happy to lay by their feet while they worked from home but also enjoyed going for walks, runs, and playtime in their yard. She loves belly rubs and will lay in her foster parents arms like a baby asking for petting. She's had the start of potty and crate training but as with any new animal may need a refresher when going into a new home. The foster parent says that Brinny will bark or whine when first left alone. They've worked using puzzle toys, kongs, and other fun treats to get her more comfortable with being alone. We highly recommend the use of a crate and positive reinforcement to help Brinny get comfortable with being alone in a new home. History: Brinny came to us from another shelter. Cat Skills: We do not have a history of Brinny living with cats but we have noticed that she is interested in them out on walks and may want to chase a cat initially. Dog Skills: Brinny has lived with other dogs while in our care and enjoys the company of other dogs. Leash skills: Brinny walks well on leash and her foster reports that she did great going for runs and keeping pace.Ready to meet Brinny? Fill out the form to request an appointment Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: Cream Weight: 10.31 Age: 2yrs 0mths 2wks show less

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Buckaroo

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Animal's Name: Buckie (Buckaroo)Animal ID Number: A180487What should your foster's bio say? Solidly built little companion. Energetic an... show more

Animal's Name: Buckie (Buckaroo)Animal ID Number: A180487What should your foster's bio say? Solidly built little companion. Energetic and loving lap dog. Always excited to see his humans!What did you implement for house training? Do you think it's working? He seems to be good at not marking indoors.Have you introduced them to a crate? If so, what kind of crate and what was their reaction? He sleeps in an open door crate that has an xpen attached. He does well going in on his own without complain. Interestingly he has not had any accidents in his quarters.How many hours did you leave them home alone? What was their behavior like when left alone? Buckie hangs out outside in the yard. Will occasionally have barking episodes, but can easily be quieted down.What is their behavior like with other animals?He's excellent with our large dog. Neither has a playful personality, but they get along even to eat side by side. He is great at not guarding food from people, but when he's done eating his meal, he imposes his dominance to eat the other dog's food. Been working on this with him.He has chased a cat and during a walk, was highly inclined to chase squirrels. He wouldn't be a good companion to a house cat.What is their behavior like with new people and/or children? : Buckie is cautious around new faces, but will get comfortable quickly.Is there anything else that you would like the new adopter to know about this dog, such as any special tricks or adorable traits? Good car rider. Good at walking on a leash, although a bit zig-zagged, but at least he looks back to check on his human. Primary Color: Red Secondary Color: White Weight: 15.88 Age: 3yrs 0mths 2wks show less

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Bunny

Domestic Short Hair

Personality: Bunny is a social cat who will greet our staff at the door of her room. She enjoys petting and attention from people. She i... show more

Personality: Bunny is a social cat who will greet our staff at the door of her room. She enjoys petting and attention from people. She is happy hanging out being pet or playing with toys. History: Bunny was adopted from us previously, she was returned due to a change in the owner's living situation. Cat/Dog Skills: Bunny is currently living in our Sunshine room and enjoys the company of other relaxed cats. We do not have a history of Bunny and dogs. Medical: Bunny appears to have a condition called allergic dermatitis or atopy. With this condition, the cat has allergies to common things in his or her environment such as pollens, grasses, dust mites, and fleas or other external parasites. As a response to these allergies, cats with this condition tend to develop itchy skin, ear infections, and ulcers of the lips/face/nose. This cat in particular has developed "rodent ulcers" which are chronically inflamed lesions along the top lip. This condition is not curable and is usually life-long, but can be managed with an owner who is committed to providing medicated baths, antibiotics, and anti-histamines, among other treatments prescribed by their veterinarian. On 7/12/20, we treated the cat with a long-acting steroid. This may improve her condition for a few weeks, but the adopting family must be willing to pursue further medical care as needed to manage her skin condition and to keep her comfortable.Ready to meet Bunny? Fill out the form to request an appointment Primary Color: Brown Tabby Weight: 7.81 Age: 2yrs 11mths 2wks show less