H.O.P.E Pets for Adoption
Griffen is an older adult neutered Chow male who was brought to the Saratoga County Shelter as a stray. He enjoys riding in the car. Griffen has met several dogs downtown and has had many playdates with dogs and he seems to like all of the dogs he has met. One volunteer told us that with a little consistency and discipline she felt that it wouldn't take him long to do whatever you ask of him. He seem to be a great dog who just needs someone to love him and care take of him.
Calvin is 5-year old St.Bernard/Bloodhound mix who's a very happy and playful dog. He's good with both dogs and cats and is housebroken. Because of his large size (120+ lbs), it is best that he not go to a home with small children.
Calling all couch potatoes!!! This chunky monkey is ready to plop down beside you. Bailey loves to be scratched and prefers to be right near you all the time, normally on the sofa, where he likes to sleep half-on/half-off your lap (at 17 pounds he's almost too big to fit all the way). When really happy he will roll around on the floor and "rough-house"— occasionally giving little love-nips if you get him too excited. When scared Bailey will vocalize with a soft growl, he has never been aggressive, that's just him letting everyone know that it's "personal space" time. His favorite food is dry kibble although he does like to lick up the gravy in canned food. Overall Bailey is a gentle and loving cat. He would probably do best in a quiet house without children however he is good with other cats.
Kalhi is a 3-year old, grey and white, one-of-a-kind type of cat. She loves people and any attention she can get from her humans as well as other cats or dogs. She has many toes that make her look as though she has a hand: fingers and a thumb!
All H.O.P.E. cats are spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots, and have tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV.
For more information, please contact us @ 518.428.2994 or, to fill out an Online Adoption Application, view other adoptable pets and volunteer opportunities, visit www.hopeanimalrescue.org
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