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Female Senior Domestic Short Hair

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About Muffin

#706776Age: 10 years. Weight: 10 lbs. How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their previous owner. Why this pet is the one for you: Little Miss Muffin is patiently awaiting her new home. This lovely girl spent the last 10 years with the same family, so she's understandably a little fearful in the shelter. Muffin is an independent girl who likes attention on her own terms. Once she's familiar with you, she'll allow you to give her a little love. This lady needs some extra time to warm up to new people, situations and environments. It's important her new family will give her a quiet space, like a low-traffic bathroom or spare bedroom, to acclimate to her new home for the first week or two. If you have the right set up for this patchwork lady, make an appointment today! Primary Color: Calico Weight: 10.2 Age: 10yrs 1mths 2wks

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Name
Muffin
Age
Senior
Gender
Female
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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Abram

Siberian Husky

#711654Age: 5 years. Weight: 56 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their Previous Owner on December 31, 2020. At SDHS:... show more

#711654Age: 5 years. Weight: 56 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by their Previous Owner on December 31, 2020. At SDHS:This pet has been vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. This pet is now ready for their new home! Why this pet is the one for you:Abram is intelligent and driven by the need for speed! Huskies were bred to run while pulling something heavy for miles in polar conditions so giving them enough exercise is no easy feat! The average dog may be happy with 2-3 30 min walks daily , but that won't cut it for this guy! Abram craves adventure and if you don't give him what he needs he'll go look for it on his own! Huskies are escape artist who could give Houdini a run for his money. They can jump over, dig under, or swim around any obstacle between them and a good time. For that reason, having a yard isn't what is important for a dog like Abram. He is a marathon mutt who is looking for an athletic human who has the same compulsion to wake up and GO every single day. If you love to run, bike, Rollerblade, skateboard, or hike, and you are looking for a dog with endurance and energy then Abram may be your guy! If your daily work outs have become stale and you're looking for a partner to bring new excitement to your runs, bikes, or hikes then what are you waiting for? Make an appointment to learn more about this wild man today! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 56 Age: 5yrs 0mths 2wks show less

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Boots

Domestic Short Hair

#629167Age: 7 years,3 months Weight: 18 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Previous Owner on January 7th, 2021. At S... show more

#629167Age: 7 years,3 months Weight: 18 lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Previous Owner on January 7th, 2021. At SDHS:This pet has been vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered. This pet is now ready for their new home! Why this pet is the one for you:Everyone, get ready to get to know this hunk! This big boy is Boots! Boots is an extra large fella with a sweet personality. He can be pretty shy and nervous, at first, but he warms up with patience and time. His ideal home is a quiet one, with humans that just want to lounge around with him all day. He doesn't like change very much, so a stable environment would be best for him. He can be fairly independent, but he loves getting attention from humans that he has a close bond with. Keep in mind, it may take him some time to get to that point, with someone new. Boots is a clean guy that enjoys being brushed frequently to help with some dermatitis issues. He will also need a few litter boxes, to himself, that are cleaned at least once day! He also prefers wood chip litter. Understandably, he really doesn't like to get his fur dirty. He'll need some help from his new family to lose some weight, so he can fit into his slim, summer collar. Does this handsome cat seem like he would be a good fit? Make an appointment to learn more! Primary Color: Red Tabby Secondary Color: White Weight: 18.59 Age: 7yrs 3mths 0wks show less

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Cackles

#702631Age: 12 weeksWeight: 5.4lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Good Samaritan on October 30, 2020. At SDHS:Cackle... show more

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Candy Corn

#702629Age: 12 weeksWeight: 4lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Good Samaritan on October 30, 2020. At SDHS:Candy Co... show more

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Cape

#702634Age: 12 weeksWeight: 4.4lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Good Samaritan on October 30, 2020. At SDHS:Cape h... show more

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