Beginning May 1st, 2013, The Guernsey County Dog Shelter adoption fee will be $90. Thanks to a grant from The Kenneth A. Scott Foundation, the adoption fee will include vaccines (including Rabies), dog tag, and spay/neuter. Dogs will be altered before going to their new home. Please contact shelter staff for more information!!! Petfinder will be updated soon with this change, thanks!
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Gypsy is doing so well. She’s has been an angel and is quickly getting used to her new surroundings and her new doggie and kittie siblings. J She’s had no accidents in the house! We had her vet visit on Saturday and despite being 13 and blind all is good.
Here are a couple pics. I’ll send more to keep you posted. She has been such a blessing. Thanks for taking such good care of her. Thank her foster mom too for me.
Due to overwhelming interest, we have been able to close the application process for Dulahan. He is safe, and we are not accepting further applications for him. Please consider other shelter dogs who still need your help. Sincere thanks to all who contacted us!
A note from Kirstie’s new people.
I want to give you an update on Kirstie Alley that we adopted on 1/23/13. She is settling in very well and seems to be perfectly content in her new home. We found out the day after we brought her home that she was in heat and also had a bad case of tape worms. She was taken to the vet on 1/24 and medication was prescribed and she also got a rabies shot, however, we had to go back yesterday for more meds because she still has the worms, but hopefully a second round will take of them. She will be spayed tomorrow 2/8 and we are also having her ears checked because she is digging at them quite a bit. Overall she is doing great and she is a very special little girl and we can’t thank you enough for choosing us to be her parents.
I have attached before and after pics from when she was groomed this past Tues. It was an experience for her but she did great. The groomer was super nice and only charged us $25 because we had adopted her from a shelter, but next time it will be $40 but she’s worth every penny.
Thank you again for blessing us with such a sweetheart.
Judy & Steve
“We would like to share some pictures of Miley (formerly Megan). She was rescued from a Puppy Mill and we adopted her from the pound on November 1st. Miley is so happy in her new home and we are so happy to have her! She has the sweetest personality and is so loving and playful. She gets along great with her furry brothers, Riley and Remi. Our whole family adores her and I can’t tell you how lucky I feel that we are the ones able to give Miley the wonderful life that she so deserves! Thank you for saving this little girl and letting us adopt her! She is truly a blessing!”
A note from Beauford’s new mom:
Hi there! Just wanted to send you some pics of Beauford, formerly Paul Bunyon.
He has adapted really well, everyone I know is jealous because they say I have found the perfect dog.
After a couple weeks, he really settled down, although he still does get extremely excited when I come home from work
He is extremely happy, and loves to snuggle. He really is a big baby, and will take attention from anyone who will give it to him.
The other picture is him and my boyfriend’s american bulldog. They love each other, they will wrestle for an hour straight if we let them!
I just wanted to let you know that Zara is so happy in her new home and we are SOOOOO happy to have her! She is one of the sweetest dogs I have ever had the pleasure of meeting! The kids adore her and she returns the love. She has met the neighbor’s dog and they have so much fun playing together. She even gets along wonderfully with my cat! She has already been to the Emergency Squad to meet all of my co-workers and she loved it there! She has also been introduced to my husband’s police cruiser where she seemed to be right at home. She is already a big part of our family and has blended in so seamlessly that it is as if she was always here.She has shown absolutely no aggression in ANY situation and has been around all kinds of people and animals.I am so happy to have been the one to give her a second chance and let her start over where she is truly loved. Thank you so much for the chance to be blessed with having her! As soon as I figure out how to email pictures, I will send you pictures of her in her new place.
A note from Geena and Bonnie’s mom.
“Geena is the most recent dog I adopted from the pound, her name there was Marie. She had been there two months before I adopted her on August 29, 2011 and renamed her. She is one of the most beautiful dogs I have ever seen, has a great personality, fit in well at my home even though she wasted no opportunity to assert herself as “top” dog in the hierarchy at my house. She and Bonnie are great buddies, they play well together. Bonnie has always been very submissive and willing to do whatever it took to fit in. She is the sweetest thing ever! Bonnie was also adopted from the shelter on January 4, 2009. They are both such wonderful girls!”
A note from Emmett’s new mom
“Emmett has only been with a week, but he’s coming out of his shell beautifully! Everyday he reveals a new facet of his personality or knowledge of a new command. We’ve even been able to leave him out with our other dog at night and during the day, nothing chewed or messes. He’s perfect, we’re so happy to have him.
Emmett is 5 and he’s just such a little gentleman and dream come true! Please consider an adult dog, they are FANTASTIC!”
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