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Adopt Klay

Male Baby N/A

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Humane Society Silicon Valley

About Klay

Hi! I'm new here. Everyone's still getting to know me. Once they do, this space will have all kinds of information about me. All of our adoptions are currently virtual and by appointment only, so please check out our website for information on how to sign up to meet me! Primary Color: Red Secondary Color: White Weight: 7.8 Age: 0yrs 4mths 3wks

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Name
Klay
Age
Baby
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Betsy

Australian Cattle Dog

Personality: Betsy is an energetic social young dog who is always eager to be with people and play rowdy with dogs. Betsy is quite affec... show more

Personality: Betsy is an energetic social young dog who is always eager to be with people and play rowdy with dogs. Betsy is quite affectionate but can initially be very jumpy and mouthy when excited if she has not had any playtime. She does best when she is given multiple daily outlets for her energy. She enjoys engaging in long play dates with other dogs, running, and is working on her basic obedience training. Already responds well to a hand signal "sit" since she is deaf. History: Betsy came to us from San Jose shelter. Dog skills: Betsy regularly participates in daily playgroups. She can be very forward, rowdy, and mouthy in her play. She does best with tolerant, playful dogs that can handle her more energetic play style. Betsy has been cohoused with other dogs here at HSSV for enrichment and to give her an outlet for her energetic behavior. She would do best with another playful dog or an active family that can provide her lots of exercise and play.Cat skills: We have no history of Betsy with cats. Leash skills: Betsy pulls on leash and would benefit from a harness. Medical: Betsy may be deaf or severely hearing impaired. Deaf dogs can be taught hand signals instead of voice commands and can make wonderful pets and lead full and rewarding lives. She arrived with a minor anatomic abnormality an the medical staff performed a corrective surgery called on 10/15/20. She has skin sutures at her surgical site that should be removed between 10/25 and 10/29/20. Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Black Weight: 20.8 Age: 0yrs 5mths 1wks show less

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Buddy

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Animal's Name: BuddyAnimal ID Number: 181721Please tell us about your foster's personality. It's helpful to include if they are house tr... show more

Animal's Name: BuddyAnimal ID Number: 181721Please tell us about your foster's personality. It's helpful to include if they are house trained, crate trained, excited to meet new people or nervous meeting new people.: Buddy is a super sweet and gentle dog. He loves to be pet and to sit with people. He is very friendly with new people. Buddy is house trained, but he is timid outside, and is nervous to go on walks or be out in public on a leash. He is very quiet, but sometimes lets out a bark when he is excited to get his food. We've really enjoyed having him in our house the past 4 weeks - he's a great dog.Please tell us more about your household. Has your foster been living with children or other animals? Buddy has been living with two adults and two kids, ages 7 and 11. He loves being with the kids, and sleeps most nights in the 11 year old's bed. We don't have any other pets.How has your foster done when meeting new dogs? If you have other dogs in the home how did they do with them overall? Buddy didn't meet too many other animals, but when he saw other dogs at HSSV he was very timid and sat down - he did not bark at them.Has your foster been around cats or small animals? How did they do? He sees squirrels in our back yard but doesn't pay much attention to them.How does your foster walk on leash? Do they enjoy going for walks? If your foster is a puppy or otherwise hasn't been able to walk on leash, you can leave this section blank. : Buddy does not enjoy going on walks and is nervous to leave our house. When we put a leash on him he typically lies down and needs to be picked up and carried to go in the car. We brought him to the park and he stayed on the picnic blanket for most of the time, exploring a bit after being there for a while. Primary Color: Tan Weight: 39.8 Age: 8yrs 0mths 4wks show less

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Charlie

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Personality: Charlie is a smart and brave senior dog. Charlie is reliably housebroken. At his foster home, he has been on a regular rout... show more

Personality: Charlie is a smart and brave senior dog. Charlie is reliably housebroken. At his foster home, he has been on a regular routine with his walk. 1) early morning right after he wakes up, 2) late afternoon/evening before the sun goes down. He also has a toilet spot in the backyard and uses the place in the afternoon while he's at home. He has four dog beds and one of them is a crate. He has used the crate for his sleeping bed at night time. The crate door is always left open. Charlie has been left home alone for around 2 hours, with no issue. He may be alone longer than 2 hours, but he hasn't experienced it yet since his foster works from home. He hasn't shown any separation anxiety issues. He was shy when meeting new people and when first going into his foster home. Now that he's more comfortable he enjoys going for walks. Dog Skills: Charlie may be shy with new dogs but enjoys the company of peaceful coexisters. Cat Skills: Charlie did well with the cat in his foster home but sometimes chased birds.Leash Skills: When Charlie first went into his foster home he was afraid to walk on a leash. The longer he's been in the foster home the more confident he's become and the more he is enjoying going for walks. Medical: Charlie may have allergies to common things in his environment such as pollens, grasses, and dust mites. As a response to these allergies, dogs with this condition tend to develop itchy skin and ear infections. We have treated him with an injection called Cytopoint that targets the proteins that cause itching and he has responded very well. We recommend that his adopter visits a vet within two weeks of adoption to discuss further care. Charlie had a dental cleaning recently at HSSV. The teeth were evaluated for fractures and periodontal disease. Teeth that were determined to be unhealthy were removed. Dental care is an on-going process that will need to be addressed for the life of this patient. Charlie also has luxating patella's. This means that his knee cap on the right hind leg may spontaneously pop out of place, resulting in lameness and pain. At this time, his luxating patella is a Grade 1 out of 4 (where 1 is the least severe and 4 is the most severe). This means that the knee cap is loose and may move in and out of place spontaneously as he walks. Typically, dogs with luxating patellae walk normally until the patella moves out of place and then hop or skip for a few steps until it spontaneously returns to normal position. He is not on any medication for this condition currently. Ready to meet Charlie? Fill out the form to request an appointment Primary Color: Brown Secondary Color: Tan Weight: 13.28 Age: 8yrs 1mths 1wks show less

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Checkers

Domestic Short Hair

Animal's Name: CheckersAnimal ID Number: 181544What should your foster's bio say?Hi! If you're looking for a happy, easy-going, affectio... show more

Animal's Name: CheckersAnimal ID Number: 181544What should your foster's bio say?Hi! If you're looking for a happy, easy-going, affectionate kitty who will cuddle with you and purr up a storm, I am for you. I'm kinda shy at first, but if you are patient with me, I will reward you with snuggles. When I'm tired out from play, I like to cuddle and fall asleep on a lap or shoulder. I do like to pose when I sleep, guaranteed to make you laugh. I love to chase and wrestle with toys and I can keep myself amused. I would love to become a member of your family with another kitty so I have a playmate when you aren't around. How does your cat react when being held? How does your cat feel about being picked up? I can easily pick up Checkers for a short period. How do they play with you? Checkers is super playful and play attacks any toy.What is their behavior like with new people and/or children? : Checkers is shy initially, but warms up quickly. He has not met any children.What is their behavior like with other animals? Don't know.What kind of litter box setup did you have for your cat? How would you describe their success using the litter box? Checkers always uses the litter box.Is there anything else that you would like the new adopter to know about this cat, such as any special tricks or adorable traits? Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 4.33 Age: 0yrs 3mths 1wks show less

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Cheeto

Domestic Short Hair

Personality: Cheeto is a super playful guy who enjoys multiple play sessions per day if you're up for it. He's great at supervising chor... show more

Personality: Cheeto is a super playful guy who enjoys multiple play sessions per day if you're up for it. He's great at supervising chores, sleeping while the TV blares, and jumping up high to catch his favorite wand toys during playtime. He gets really invested in play sessions, and can sometimes get mouthy if you stop paying attention to him during play so keep your eyes on this prize! Cheeto isn't a cuddle bug, but he's tolerant of being picked up and will do "drive-bys" where he'll rub against your legs affectionately. History: Cheeto has been a sweet and spicy treat while in his foster home. His foster mom thinks he would do great with agility or clicker training to keep him entertained and mentally stimulated. Cat/Dog Skills: This cheesy boy doesn't always get along well with others and would do best in a home with no other cats. Cheeto has no known history with dogs though, so we cannot say how he will react around them. Medical (If Applicable): Cheeto has moderate gingivitis (inflammation of the tissues around the teeth). These cats can benefit from daily brushing of the teeth to remove the plaque if they'll tolerate it and from regular dental cleaning of the teeth by a veterinarian. The adopting family should have this condition monitored by their family veterinarian. Ready to meet Cheeto? Fill out the form to request an appointment Primary Color: Orange Tabby Weight: 9.5 Age: 1yrs 9mths 0wks show less