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Brutus is a very sweet and laid back dog. He is large and a little clumsy, though. He was originally found as a stray in a bit of a state of neglect, but will fix up nicely with some proper food and care.
I can’t say enough nice about this dog! He gets along great with children, and with everyone he’s met so far. He is easygoing with new dogs and cats. He likes everyone.
He appears to have a bit of a food allergy. His skin is flaky and his fur thinned, which will likely fix within a few weeks to months on good food. I’d recommend a no soy/wheat/corn diet, or grain free. (He is on a lamb and oatmeal food at the shelter.)
He is 83 lbs., though needs to put some weight on.
He appears to be a mastiff cross.
He is about 2 years old.
He will be neutered as a part of his adoption fee, and will be up to date on his shots. He has also been treated with a topical flea/mite/heartworm preventative, and wormed.
If you are interested in adopting, stop by the shelter, no appointment necessary, and meet the critters looking for homes. We are open M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-noon. The shelter can also be reached at 507-644-3853. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are welcome to stop on by and give some attention to the critters anyway.
Violet is a sweet pampered house pet who is looking for a new family to spoil her. She is low key and mellow, and prefers to lounge around the house all day. However, she will play with toys when the mood possesses her.
Violet prefers a quieter household. Respectful older children are fine, but rambunctious younger children stress her out.
She is fine with other cats, though like most cats, needs time to adjust to new feline residents. She lived with a puppy for two years, and tolerated him. She preferred to not interact with him, but didn’t seem to worried about him either.
Violet is spayed and up to date on her shots. Her previous owner also had her front declawed. She has tested negative for feline leukemia, been wormed, and treated with a topical flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution.)
If you are interested in adopting Violet, come meet her at the shelter anytime it’s open, no appointment necessary: M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are welcome to visit the animals anyone. They love the attention!
Spencer is a sweet and tolerant little guy who is used to being a bit spoiled.
He has been around kids as young as three and was very good with them. He used to live with another dog and was fine with that dog, though he can be a little territorial with new dogs and may try to mark his territory. He is friendly with cats, though will tell a cat off who tried to play too hard. He doesn’t bite or anything, just grumps at the cat.
Spencer was once the pampered house pet of an older lady, who unfortunately had to move into a place that only allowed one dog. So now Spencer needs a new family to spoil him.
He gives up toys easily with people. He can be a bit protective of his treats with other dogs, though not with people.
He is very well mannered on a leash and doesn’t pull. He would very much like to go on walks and get back into shape. He loves walks! He does like to bark at things out on a walk.
He is described by his previous owner as cuddly and affectionate, social, and easygoing and mellow. He enjoys having his tummy rubbed. He does love to play and and can be quite active outdoors if you let him. He loves car rides, He also enjoys playing with toys.
His previous owner has said that he would make a great family pet. He would be perfectly happy as an only pet, though gets along fine with other pets.
16 lbs. (thought should be more like 10-12 lbs.)
Born June 2013.
Chihuahua/ terrier mix.
Spencer has been neutered and updated on his vaccines. He was wormed, and has been treated with a topical flea/mite/heartworm preventative. (Revolution.)
If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853. You can stop in to the shelter and meet him anytime the shelter is open, no appointment necessary: M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-noon. Even if you aren’t interested in adopting, feel free to stop in and play with the critters.
Little Ajax was found as a sickly stray born to a feral mother. He spent some time at foster to grow and get strong, and now he is back at the shelter and ready for a home of his own! He has recovered well, and now is active and playful. He is spunky! He loves to play. He is quite affectionate with people too. He comes right up to you for attention; he is first in the room to greet you! He loves to roll belly-up for some tummy rubs.
Seriously, it hard to find a nice kitten than this. He is amazing!
He will be neutered* and updated on his vaccines as a part of his adoption fee. He has also received dewormings, been treated topically with a flea/ear mite preventative (Revolution), tested negative for feline leukemia, had a negative fecal float to test for internal parasites, and has had a medicated/antifungal bath.
*Kittens who are not yet old enough at the time of adoption will be spayed/neutered as a part of the adoption fee when they reach an appropriate age. The adopter needs to bring the kitten back to our partnering vet, Riverside Animal Clinic in Redwood Falls. The adoption fee covers their spay/neuter as long as it’s done through this specific vet. (We do not cover the spay/neuter if done at a non-partnering veterinarian.)
If you are interested in adopting, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours, no appointment necessary, and meet him: M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, you are welcome to come play with the kitties and help socialize them!
Buster is a fun and energetic puppy who is 83 lbs at only 8 months old and still growing. He is going to be huge! His former family describes him as friendly with everyone and very social. He was just a bit too much size and energy for them! He needs a home that can train him and give all sorts of play and exercise.
He is playful with other dogs, and mostly just ignores cats. He is not afraid of strangers; he greets them with a tail wag and a bark. He loves car rides, playing with toys, and playing fetch. He loves getting his fur brushed.
Buster has shown some resource possessiveness, but more in a puppy-play type of fashion. Still, he could do to learn to ask for his food instead of just taking it. (A good skill for all dogs!)
He is very energetic and strong, and does pull on the leash. He needs some leash training.
He is very good at staying on his property, even off leash, and has never wandered off.
Buster is housetrained and has been kept as a house pet. We were told he is afraid of loud noises like the vacuum cleaner.
Buster has been neutered and will come up to date on his vaccines. He has also been dewormed and treated with a topical flea/tick preventative.
If you are interested in adopting, you can stop by and meet the pets here at the shelter any time the shelter is open; M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-noon. No appointment necessary. Even if you aren’t looking to adopt, come in anyway and give the critters some love.