Hanks family must have loved him at some point in his 2 years as he has been taught to sit and lay down on command and is great on leash. Hank wishes the family had come to the shelter to find him but since they did not his dreams at night are of a new family and a home with a big yard to play in and then to go inside with his family and have a nice soft bed to sleep on and lots of toys and treats. Hank is current on vaccines, will be neutered, tested for heart worms and micro-chipped upon adoption. Hank is waiting for his new family in run 50 and his ID# is 628295.
Tank is a very sweet, very cute 4 year old, 47 pound lovebug. Tank was brought to the shelter and it was not his fault. His person said a senior family member had to move in with them and was terrified of Tank. Nobody knows why because he is as gentle as a lamb. Tank sits and lays down when told and is a great companion on leash. He is current on vaccines, neutered and micro-chipped. He is said to be good with kids and house trained. Tank his hoping to find a new family very soon. You will find him waiting in run 19 and his ID# is 628402.
Boulder is a very handsome boy with a peculiar name that doesn’t seem to fit his personality (his adopting family can change it, of course). Why Boulder? He’s not stubborn or difficult — in fact, he’s sweet, good on a leash, sits when told and seems to want to please. Boulder was adopted from the shelter in 2015 as a pup and came back on Jan. 30 when his person got in trouble with the law. He is about 6 years old and weighs 58 pounds. He might be best as an only pet. Boulder is neutered and microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations; he will be heartworm tested upon adoption. Come meet him in Run 826 using ID#627109.