Miami County Doggies
(If you'd like to adopt any of the following dogs, call the Miami County Animal Shelter at 937-332-6919!)
Meet Milo! He's a 2 or 3-year-old Terrier mix. He was brought in as a stray and will be ready for adoption on 6/18/11 if he's not reclaimed. The shelter staff says he's a friendly and playful little guy!
Next up is Boomer, a 6-month-old Husky mix who was picked up as a stray. He's still very much a puppy - he's very excitable and energetic!
Meet Baxter! He's a 1 or 2-year-old Terrier mix who was found as a stray and will be available for adoption on 6/17/11. The shelter staff says he's very friendly & energetic!
Next up is Dash, a 1 or 2-year-old Black Lab who was picked up as a stray. As you may be able to tell by looking at how he wouldn't hold still for his profile picture, Dash is very exuberant and ready to go!
Meet Lexie! She's a 3-year-old Black Lab mix who was picked up as a stray. The shelter staff says she is spunky, full of energy, and always ready to go!
This little sweetheart is Kiwi! She's a 1-year-old Chihuahua/Jack Russell Terrier mix who was brought in as a stray. She's a little bit timid & reserved at first, but once she warms up to you she's a sweet little girl! If she's not reclaimed, she'll be available for adoption on 6/16/11.
Next up is Mocha, a 3-year-old Cocker Spaniel who was found as a stray in Tipp City. The shelter staff says she's very sweet and reserved - if she's not reclaimed, she will be available for adoption on 6/17/11!
The last of today's Miami County dogs are a dynamic duo of Dachshunds - Sugar (top, 6 years old) and Zippy (bottom, 7 years old). Both are already spayed & were released by their owner. The shelter staff says: "The reason the two dogs were released was because they had attacked the other family dog together and caused a lot of damage. We have held them for about a week and done some evaluation. We are thinking that if they are separated and adopted out as the only family dogs, they would probably be fine. Sugar is friendly and very sweet. Zippy is a little shy and timid, but still very sweet. Obviously with the circumstances regarding these dach's we need to be careful in finding them the right home."
Shelby County Doggies
(if you're interested in adopting any of the following dogs, call the Shelby County Animal Shelter at 937-498-7201!)
Our first Shelby County dog is Jake, a Lab/Terrier mix. The shelter hasn't added any additional info to his profile, but just look at that smile! Any dog with a smile like that has to be pretty awesome. :)
Next up is Abriel, a Chocolate Lab. There's no info in his profile yet, but I'm sure the shelter staff would be glad to tell you all about him if you've seen this picture & fallen in love with Abriel's gorgeous hazel eyes!
Last, but most certainly not least, is Hope! Hope is a Great Dane mix puppy with the sweetest disposition. Poor Hope came in to the shelter with an injury to her front right paw - someone had tried to wrap it on their own without taking her to a vet. The shelter staff said their hearts just went out to this loving, beautiful girl who has her whole life ahead of her, so they decided to treat her. She has excellent manners and loves to be on your lap! If you would like to adopt her, the shelter will be taking names and phone numbers and doing a drawing for her when her vet care is completed. If you would like to make a donation towards her vet care, please stop in to or call the Shelby County Animal Shelter - it would be very much appreciated!