My name is Oyster and I am a beautiful Australian Cattle Dog Mix found in an embankment with another dog. We don’t know if someone left us there or if we escaped from a house or puppy mill. Either way, we are safe now. I am still a puppy and full of energy so it would benefit me to be put into puppy classes where my new family and I can learn together. I enjoy playing with any toy available to me and I really enjoy being around people! I also like other dogs, but I can be food aggressive when other dogs are around my food. So if you have another dog, we should be fed in separate crates or in separate rooms. If you are ready to take on all of the responsibilities of adopting a puppy, then please fill out an application to get the process started.
My name is Tinkerbell. I’m a front declawed girl who was brought to BHS because my owner passed away. I am a bit overweight so I’m currently a member of the Phat Cat Fitness Camp and doing well on a weight loss program. I’m pretty independent and like to do my own thing. I will let you pet me or rub me, but I don’t really like to be held for a long period of time. Since my stay at BHS I haven’t been comfortable around other cats, but who knows how I may be in a home environment? I would like to find a forever home where I can have a HUGE, warm, soft cat bed to sleep in. If you are looking to adopt a big adult female cat like me, then please visit BHS soon.
The adoption fee for Oyster is $225, and free for Tinkerbell in June. Free bag of starter food with each adoption.
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