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Where to find a shelter pet part 2?

May 4, 2019 | Adoptable Animals

I just did a post on “Where to find a shelter pet?” that highlights the adorable cats up for adoption at Beaver County Humane Society.  I wanted to make sure I included these sweet dogs and bunnies who are also ready to find their forever home.  

​​Beaver County Humane Society

3394 BRODHEAD ROAD
CENTER TOWNSHIP, PA 15001

PHONE: 724-775-5801
FAX: 724-709-8357​

Get more information at beavercountyhumanesociety.org/adopt
Follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/bchumanesociety​

Shelter Hours
Tuesday & Thursday 11am – 7pm
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Closed on Sundays & Mondays

**Application/interview only and multiple meets**
Hello!  My name is King. I am a very, very high energy guy. I would be great in a home as active as I am. I love to learn and am very food motivated, so anyone who is interested in furthering my education would be ideal. Breed experience would be preferred! I would do best in an adult only home, I am super happy-go-lucky, but I can be a bit of a bull and I don’t always realize how big I am (this is why adults would be best for me)! Right now I have been working on my manners, but I aim to please and am a very willing student. I’m as physically strong as I am strong willed! I just get so excited when I see something I want/like that I just can’t help but try to get it. I would do best in a home with no cats. I do play with a very select few dogs here at the shelter, so I would need to meet any house/play mates I would have in my new home. I also require a fenced in yard. Please come visit me today! I’m just an awesome young man who wants to find a home of my own!
 
The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial canine distemper combination vaccination
– first worming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering
 
Adoption fee: $115.00
Per state law chapter 25.4, adopters must purchase a non-refundable 2018 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)

Hello! My name is Snow! People can be big fans of snow (the precipitation kind) or they hate it with a deep-rooted passion. Hopefully no one hates me…I am the very best things to love about snow! I’m soft and white…I’m a really good reason to stay home from work and snuggle…and I make an ordinary day magical! I’m very wiggly and warm, not harsh or cold at all. My favorite place to be…is right next to my humans! Winter might be over, but don’t worry, I don’t mind! I love sunshine and rolling in the grass. Though I love my humans from here to the moon and back, I like teens and adults best, I think they have the same interests as me and they understand my sense of humor. As far as other animals go, I’ve never met a cat so I can’t say if I like them or not. Dogs make me feel uncomfortable, always poking me and sniffing my butt, or trying to take my toys! If I found a dog who matched me perfectly, I might like them, but for the most part I would rather have a family all to myself. My age makes me sound ancient, but I have so much bounce in my step and an endless amount of love in my heart! I arrived at the shelter right before Christmas (when everyone is wishing their hardest for snow!) I watched the holidays pass…winter turn into spring…and though I love the staff here with my whole heart…I’m ready for the next season in my life; to find my forever family and feel their love for the rest of my days.
 
The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial canine distemper combination vaccination
– first worming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering
 
Adoption fee: $95.00
Per state law chapter 25.4, adopters must purchase a non-refundable 2019 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)
 
Adoption comes with a leash and collar.

Hello! My name is Zero and I am a happy, lovable elder gentleman. Due to my elder nature and sophisticated manner I would prefer a home that is like minded, this means no kiddos for me. I’m more of a ladies man but I also get along great with the male staff and volunteers here at the shelter. Because of my age and being set in my ways, I really do not want any new friends. I need to be the only dog in my new home and I am not a fan of the dog park. I just like to keep to myself and my people. Now, don’t let my gray muzzle fool you, I still am very playful and active. I love to play with toys and enjoy long, leisurely walks. But, I won’t turn down a chance to snuggle on the couch or cozy bed either. If you have room in your home and heart for a lovable old boy who is VERY HOUSEBROKEN come meet me today!
 
The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial canine distemper combination vaccination
– first worming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering
 
Adoption fee: $95.00
Per state law chapter 25.4, adopters must purchase a non-refundable 2018 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)
 
Adoption comes with a leash and collar.

Hello! My name is Xena! I am a spunky little lady looking to find my forever family! I came in as a stray so the staff are still learning new things about me every day! I LOVE people. I am happiest when I have a favorite human to snuggle. I love to give kisses and I listen very well. I love to play, play, play and run, run, run. I like some dogs, but can be picky with who I want to play with. I don’t know if I would like cats, I don’t think I’ve ever met one. I like to bounce around and dance in the sunshine, but I also love to cuddle and sit in your lap. If you want someone to play with, but also a dog you can watch movies all day with, I’m definitely the girl for you! Please come meet me today and see if we’re meant to be!
 
The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial canine distemper combination vaccination
– first worming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering
 
Adoption fee: $135.00
Per state law chapter 25.4, adopters must purchase a non-refundable 2019 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00).
 
Leash and collar included

Hello my name is Tyson and I’m a 12yr old Lab/Pit Bull mix. Although I’m 12 years old, I live by the philosophy that age is only just a number. I say this because because I still have so much energy and love to give. I really enjoy spending time with people and due to my previous living situation I really don’t like to be alone. I need a family that maybe works from home or even pursuing retirement. I can totally be your retirement buddy and we can enjoy long walks together and good flicks on your couch. I have never been around children or dogs but I have lived with cats in the past and we did fine together,  but keep in mind that a slow introduction with any new animal is always advised. My ideal home would be adults or even adults who have older respectful teens. Stop by the shelter today and say hello.
 
The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial canine distemper combination vaccination
– first worming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering
 
Adoption fee: $95.00
Per state law chapter 25.4, adopters must purchase a non-refundable 2018 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)
 
Adoption comes with a leash and collar.

Daisy and Nibbles
Rabbits can live over ten years, require space and commitment, and can be costly. They are social animals who want your attention and who each have their own personalities. Rabbits are fragile and have delicate spines, so their owner must be educated on proper rabbit handling. Because of this, rabbits do best with adults and older children.
 
Rabbits need a large cage with a hide shelter, water bottle and food bowl, toys like balls and chew sticks, and a hay rack. They can be litter box trained, which means they also need a litter box. A healthy rabbit’s diet consists of 80% hay with timothy, grass, and oat hays for older rabbits and alfalfa hay for young rabbits. Rabbits also need a large variety of vegetables and greens, a limited amount of rabbit food pellets, and the very occasional sugary treat like carrots or berries.
 
Rabbits get bored just like the rest of us, and enjoy ripping up newspaper and playing with carboard boxes and toilet paper rolls. Rabbits can be messy and enjoy rearranging their cages exactly how they like it! They need room to roam and exercise outside of their cage each day, but it is very important to rabbit-proof your home areas before letting the rabbit out. They love to chew on wires and destroy paperwork, and should always be supervised.
 
 
Adoption Fee: $50.00 for the pair

Bunnicula
She is a feisty little bunny. Needs to go to a home with no small children and it would be best if the potential adopter has experience with bunnies.
Our bunnies are for indoors only.  Adoption includes their neuter and microchip.
Rabbits can live over ten years, require space and commitment, and can be costly. They are social animals who want your attention and who each have their own personalities. Rabbits are fragile and have delicate spines, so their owner must be educated on proper rabbit handling. Because of this, rabbits do best with adults and older children.
 
Rabbits need a large cage with a hide shelter, water bottle and food bowl, toys like balls and chew sticks, and a hay rack. They can be litter box trained, which means they also need a litter box. A healthy rabbit’s diet consists of 80% hay with timothy, grass, and oat hays for older rabbits and alfalfa hay for young rabbits. Rabbits also need a large variety of vegetables and greens, a limited amount of rabbit food pellets, and the very occasional sugary treat like carrots or berries.
 
Rabbits get bored just like the rest of us, and enjoy ripping up newspaper and playing with carboard boxes and toilet paper rolls. Rabbits can be messy and enjoy rearranging their cages exactly how they like it! They need room to roam and exercise outside of their cage each day, but it is very important to rabbit-proof your home areas before letting the rabbit out. They love to chew on wires and destroy paperwork, and should always be supervised.
 
 
Adoption Fee: $35.00
Our bunnies are for indoors only.  Adoption includes their neuter and microchip.

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