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QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: THELONIOUS


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Thelonious is a 5-year-old sweetheart who loves cuddles. He came in with a wound on his tail, so he only has about half of it left. It has not changed his personality at all! He will climb up to your shoulder to let you know he wants to be loved on. Theo (his nickname) loves to give hugs and kisses. Check out our Facebook page to see the video of him giving cuddles. Thelonious would do well with dogs, cats, and children.

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If you’d like more information about any of AWL’s adoptables you can call
410-827-7178 or email adopt@awlqac.org
to learn more.

 

KENT COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY: BULLET

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Bullet is not a newcomer to the shelter staff and perhaps even the public. He did spend 6 months with us last year while he and his son were being held for a court case. Both dogs were eventually returned to their owner, but not without capturing the hearts of their caretakers. As fate would have it, Bullet - along with his son and another dog- were surrendered to The Humane Society of Kent County last November. Both of the other dogs have since been adopted, so now it is Bullet's turn to find a new home. He is anxiously awaiting a fresh start and his friends at the shelter are excited to help! A big, goofy love bug, Bullet is easy-going on a leash and generally remains relaxed day to day. He would thrive in a home where he would have people for company as well as a female dog; although he is not a fan of cats. If you miss having someone greet you at the door, tail furiously wagging back and forth in absolute delight at the mere sight of you, Bullet may be your perfect doggie match! Sadly, Bullet has recently shown food aggression. Guarding possessions from humans or other animals is normal behavior for dogs. However, our dedicated staff members of the HSKC have been working diligently to rehabilitate Bullet on his resource guarding. So far Bullet has been improving, but will need continuous training. Because of this behavior, we recommend that Bullet be placed in a home with older children.

Learn more about pet adoption in Kent County by Contacting the Kent County Humane Society today!  

Get more info at http://www.kenthumane.org or call 410-778-3648