This week's Pets of the Week at Baltimore Humane Society are Chief and Utah. Here's what they each have to say--
Hi there! My name is Chief, and I'm a sweet little guy who was brought to BHS after I was found in an abandoned home with my brother, who has already found his forever home. I am a happy and playful puppy who will definitely benefit from training classes once I find my forever home. It will be fun for all of us to learn new things that teach me about living in a home! I love playing with stuffed animals, squeaky toys and tennis balls. Even though I lived with my brother, I can be a bit selective with other dogs that I have met. So if you'd like to make me the only dog in your home, I would be very happy getting all of your attention! If you are ready to take on all of the responsibilities of adopting and raising a new puppy, and you have a fenced yard, then please fill out an application 1st to start the process. I hope to meet you soon!
Hello! My name is Utah, and I came to BHS because I was abandoned by the BHS gate with my sister. Unfortunately, she was really sick, and passed away the day we came here. Despite my sad past, I just take each day as it comes, and try to live life to the fullest; that is, as much as I can in a cage! I'm something of a social butterfly, and LOVE meeting new people. If you stop by the shelter, you'll probably see me rolling around and waving "hello!" at everyone! I enjoy soft cat beds and catnip toys, but what I would love the very most is a loving family who can give me the forever home I deserve. Whoever said there's no such thing as "love at first sight" just hasn't met me yet! Stop by ASAP and let me win your heart!
The adoption fee for Chief is $225 and $52.50 for Utah. Plus get a $5 off Hills Science Diet pet food coupon!
January Special - 1/2 Off Adoption Fee for All Cats Over Age 1!
S.O.S. - Save our Seniors! Special adoption rates for seniors.
Baltimore Humane Society, founded in 1927 by Mrs. Elsie Seeger Barton, is an independent, non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, which offers low-cost veterinary care to the public, and a pet cemetery with grief support services. We receive no operational funding from the local or federal governments, or any national animal welfare organizations. The Baltimore Humane Society is a proud member of BAWA (Baltimore Animal Welfare Alliance) along with the MD SPCA, BARCS (Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter), and Baltimore City Animal Control.
For more information about BHS, and how you can contribute, volunteer, adopt, or foster, please visit www.bmorehumane.org or call 410-833-8848.