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WCTR Pet of the Week
OUR WCTR PETS OF THE WEEK:
ANIMALCARE SHELTER FOR KENT COUNTY: Skip
If you're looking for a big, snuggly bear of a dog to call your own then look no further than Skip!
Skip is an incredibly sweet 10 year old yellow Lab who loves lying at the feet of the nearest human. His goofy smile and constantly wagging tail just goes to show how much he loves being loved! He enjoys going on short walks and would be a great companion for someone with a slow-paced, relaxed lifestyle. Skip does not care for the company of cats but loves being with other dogs! Being a senior, the last place he should be in is a shelter. We are hoping that someone will come along soon to give this big guy the comfy, cozy life he deserves!
Does Skip sound like your new best friend? If so, stop by anytime Tuesday-Saturday from 11am-4pm to meet him! Adoption applications can be filled out online at kenthumane.org/adopt. If you have any questions please call us at 410-778-3648 or send us an email at email@example.com.
QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: Oscar
This handsome boxer mix is a little over 5 years old, and he was surrendered to us at the end of April. Though he hasn't been with us long, he has stolen the hearts of everyone here at AWL! He is SUCH a love bug. His favorite thing to do is lay his head in your lap and nudge your stomach or your arms until you just can't help but pet him. He's a a big baby, so prepare for tears when you stop petting him! He is definitely a cuddler, but he has a lot of energy, too! He loves to play and go on walks-sometimes a little too much, he could use some help with his basic manners. Training Oscar shouldn't be too difficult, because he is VERY food motivated and willing to please. While he doesn't seem to get along with other animals, he LOVES people. He would be the best family dog, especially if you're willing to make room on your bed for him. As long as he's able to run off his energy and curl up with you for the night, he's a happy boy. Learn more by visiting awlqac.org or calling 410-827-7178