Therapy Dogs & Pet Connect – Friday, April 10, 2015
Spike uses a dog wheelchair after his back legs became paralyzed. Spike’s owner says that since he has been in the cart, his life has come back. Spike has shown his family so much determination.
Sean is at Talbot Humane learning about micro chipping and showing us some furry friends we can adopt!
Patty Quimby, Executive Director at Talbot Humane Society, tells Sean how important it is to microchip your pets. If a dog gets lost and looses its collar or the tag falls off, the pet cannot tell you where home is. Patty says a microchip is forever and the Talbot Humane is having a special where you can microchip your dog for only $10.
4 years old, Neutered, Male, Domestic medium hair, Gray tabby
14 years old, Spayed, Female, Domestic short hair, Surrendered by owners
2 years old, Spayed, Female, American Bulldog, Surrendered by owners
2 months old, Neutered, Male, Bulldog mix, Born at the shelter
4 day old kittens need a foster home
Fill out a foster care application to become a foster parent.
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Contact the listing organizations below for the latest information on any of the pets listed:
Address: Sussex County Shelter – 22918 Dupont Blvd., Georgetown, DE 19947
CAROLINE COUNTY HUMANE
Address: 407 West Bell Street, Ridgely, MD, 21660
Address: 7894 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD 21601
HUMANE SOCIETY OF WICOMICO COUNTY
Address: 5130 Citation Dr., Salisbury, MD 21804
WORCESTER COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY
Address: 12330 Eagles Nest Rd., Berlin, MD 21811