Pets for Adoption
Sarah - Sarah is around 7 to 8 weeks old. She was found wandering around a dumpster at a mall. She has been vaccinated and wormed.
Cox 5- They are 7-8 weeks old Shepherd mixes, have their age appropriate shots and have been vet checked. They are all very cute and loved to snuggle with the foster family they were staying with and enjoy taking an evening walk. Please come and give one of these sweeties a forever home. For further information please call the shelter at 518-654-6220.
Sox - Meet Socks, he was an owner surrender and we just couldn't leave him to be put down. Socks is very calm and sweet as well as very cute, great with kids, cats, dogs, people and is housebroken. This little guy a 2 year old Feist mix, is under 25lbs and awaits a loving family to bring him home and give him a forever home. He is vet checked and has his vaccines, de-wormed, flea controlled and more! Come and rescue Socks and make him a happy boy once again. For further information please call the shelter at 518-654-6220.
Sweet Black lab, 3yrs. old and neutered.
Sarge was seized from a homeless person in Warren county. He has had a rough start but we are finding out what a sweet dog he is. He likes to go on walks and rides well in a car. Sarge has met several dogs and has been good around them. (proper meet & greet is required). He is good with adults and older children.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Sarge call 518-424-2878
Bast is the Greek cat goddess and the kitty for adoption lives up to her name. Her long fur is glossy, silky and beautiful and her white whiskers stand out against it. She strolls around with a regal air about her, but will play when the mood strikes her. She can hold her own with other cats and dogs and loves to rub up on people. She would make a great companion and any cat lover proud. Bast is spayed, house trained and current on vaccinations.
For more adoptable pets, events and volunteer opportunities, please visit www.hopeanimalrescue.org and call us @ 518.428.2994
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