Slinky When the initial photo we received from the Partners for Pets of this week’s pet for adoption was out of focus, we headed to the shelter to shoot a new one. “Let’s see if we can get him to hold still,” said a member of the staff there. After about 30 frames to get
“Angelina” At the time that the photo for this pet of the week was sent to us, there were only two dogs in the shelter, so if you’re looking for a pet, be sure to call over or check online to see what’s there if you have any question (the cat from the May
“Pocahancat” This week’s pet for adoption is this 4 year old female spayed declawed cat. Her owner could not keep her. She is scared to death of the dogs in the shelter and really needs to fine a good home. She just wants someone to pet her. She can only be a house cat.
“Thelma and Louise” “We have more,” Dolly with the Washington County Partners for Pets when she emailed us these photos, adding, “these little guys want out of the cage sooooo bad. They love for you to pick them up and pet them. We also have a young female stripe cat. She is very friendly
“Mayo” This week’s pet of the week is a year old female lab mix. Her owners could not keep her. She is a very nice dog. She may be seen at the shelter. Her Staff-suggested name is Mayo. Other pets looking for adoption include a two-year-old female white/blue Pit Bull; a six-month-old male black/white Border
The Shelter Pet of the Week is a three-year-old female lab-mix. She is a smaller dog. She is very playful and would be good with a young family. She may be seen at the shelter. Her Nashville News staff-suggested name is “Petal”. Other dogs available for adoption include a four-year-old male brindle mix breed, a one-year-old
This week’s pet of the week is this lively 10-month-old male husky mix. We’re going to name him Romper, but stop by and visit him, and maybe you will decide to take him home and give him a name of your very own. Stella, last week’s pleasant pitbull pet of the week is still available
This Week’s Pet For Adoption This edition’s pet of the week for adoption is a five-year-old neutered male boxer mix. He is not very good around cats, and he can be seen at the shelter. Washington County Animal Control staff has apparently named this fellow Dash, but The Nashville News was encouraged to come up
This Week’s Pet For Adoption This week’s pet for adoption is this six-month-old female mix breed dog….and would you look at those ears! I sense a Nashville News staff-suggested name coming: too friendly looking to be a “Gremlin,” and too much of a puppy to be a “Yoda,” this gal’s nickname has got to be….Gizmo!
This Week’s Pet For Adoption The pet of the week is a young female mix-breed dog. She is a very well mannered lady, so her name, for now, is Rose. Rose may be seen at the shelter. Other dogs available for adoption include a male six-month-old black and white pitbull; a male one-year-old black and