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QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: SHELLY


 

Shelly is approximately 1.5 years old and has never met a stranger she didnt like. She loves attention, neck scratches, being picked up...and did we mention attention?! This girl wants to be included in what youre doing, and will make a fabulous friend and companion. You can meet Shelly anytime Tuesday-Sunday 11-5 at the Animal Welfare League. If you’d like more information about any of AWL’sadoptables you can call 410-827-7178 or email adopt@awlqac.org to learn more.

 

 

KENT COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY: KING

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“King” is a big name for a young Cane Corso, Staffordshire terrier mix currently available for adoption at The Humane Society of Kent County. A name this sweet tempered, docile pup may someday grow into.King is not a newcomer to the shelter staff and perhaps even the public. He did spend 6 months of his “puppyhood” in the kennels. He and his father 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; King, along with his father and mother, has now been surrendered to The Humane Society of Kent County. He is anxiously awaiting a fresh start and his friends at the shelter are excited to help! Living up to his name, there is something MAJESTIC about this dog. He is innocent and inquisitive, combined with obedient and gentle. Those are four stellar qualities in a dog! He enjoys the company of most dogs- regardless of size or breed. He is not as brave when it comes to cats. He prefers to hide with his tail tucked in their presence. He is eager to please and can be easily trained since he is smart and hungry for treats and praise!! This dog has the potential to be an OUTSTANDING family dog. If you are interested in this EXCELLENT pooch, please waste no time! One thing is for sure, one lucky family will have a ROYAL, LOYAL rescued dog for life!!  

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