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Moana

Hello my name is Moana!  I came to the shelter because my owner didn’t want me anymore and tossed me outside 🙁  I just couldn’t believe it!  I am living the good life here at the shelter with lots of room to stretch and lots of good food, but all I really want is a good forever home.  I am a big girl, so I would need more than a small cage.  Ideally a puppy pen would be great!  I’m pleasantly plump so I would need a family that can monitor my pellet intake and keep me on a healthy diet.  I am very sweet, and though I don’t like being held, I love being petted!  Come visit me today!

Rabbits can live over ten years, require space and commitment, and can be costly. They are social animals who want your attention and who each have their own personalities. Rabbits are fragile and have delicate spines, so their owner must be educated on proper rabbit handling. Because of this, rabbits do best with adults and older children.

Rabbits need a large cage with a hide shelter, water bottle and food bowl, toys like balls and chew sticks, and a hay rack. They can be litter box trained, which means they also need a litter box. A healthy rabbit’s diet consists of 80% hay with timothy, grass, and oat hays for older rabbits and alfalfa hay for young rabbits. Rabbits also need a large variety of vegetables and greens, a limited amount of rabbit food pellets, and the very occasional sugary treat like carrots or berries.

Rabbits get bored just like the rest of us, and enjoy ripping up newspaper and playing with carboard boxes and toilet paper rolls. Rabbits can be messy and enjoy rearranging their cages exactly how they like it! They need room to roam and exercise outside of their cage each day, but it is very important to rabbit-proof your home areas before letting the rabbit out. They love to chew on wires and destroy paperwork, and should always be supervised.

Adoption Fee: $30.00

Our bunnies are for indoors only.  Adoption includes their neuter/spay and microchip.

Addie

Hi my name is Addie!  If you are looking for a big beautiful bun, that acts more like a dog, I am your gal!  I was running loose outside prior to coming here so I was covered in ticks.  But I was so sweet and patient while the staff here helped me out and picked them off.  I am a loveable girl and just want you to pet and snuggle me.  I love to run around and play and binky in happiness!  I am not a fan of being picked up, so please pet me on the floor.  I am also very good at getting out of puppy pens so I would require a cage with a top or even a home where I can just be free range in a room to give me the maximum space for my size.  Come visit me today!

Rabbits can live over ten years, require space and commitment, and can be costly. They are social animals who want your attention and who each have their own personalities. Rabbits are fragile and have delicate spines, so their owner must be educated on proper rabbit handling. Because of this, rabbits do best with adults and older children.

Rabbits need a large cage with a hide shelter, water bottle and food bowl, toys like balls and chew sticks, and a hay rack. They can be litter box trained, which means they also need a litter box. A healthy rabbit’s diet consists of 80% hay with timothy, grass, and oat hays for older rabbits and alfalfa hay for young rabbits. Rabbits also need a large variety of vegetables and greens, a limited amount of rabbit food pellets, and the very occasional sugary treat like carrots or berries.

Rabbits get bored just like the rest of us, and enjoy ripping up newspaper and playing with carboard boxes and toilet paper rolls. Rabbits can be messy and enjoy rearranging their cages exactly how they like it! They need room to roam and exercise outside of their cage each day, but it is very important to rabbit-proof your home areas before letting the rabbit out. They love to chew on wires and destroy paperwork, and should always be supervised.

Adoption Fee: $30.00

Our bunnies are for indoors only.  Adoption includes their neuter and microchip.

Annie

Hello my name is Annie! I was brought to the shelter with my sister Allie. Our owner recently passed away. We’re still getting used to being here at the shelter. I am very sweet and outgoing and love to talk and get all the attention in our cage! We also came in with two other cats that are currently here at the shelter, they are Mama Kitty and Sammie. Come visit us today!

The Adoption Fee Includes:
– initial feline distemper combination vaccination
– first deworming or stool check
– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)
– AVID microchipping
– FeLV/FIV testing
– flea treatment/preventative
– spaying or neutering

Adoption Cost: $30.00

Ox

Hi! My name is Ox. What a peculiar name don’t you think? If you know a thing or two about Oxen, you’ll know that typically they have what is called an “ox-driver” who gives them commands and keeps them in check…well I, myself am looking for my very own ox-driver! I can be a handful, so I do need someone who is willing to put in some obedience training with me and teach me some manners. I need an ox-driver with a strong voice and a loving heart, someone who will teach me my commands, earn my loyalty, but also maybe let me on the couch sometimes? All ox-driver jokes aside, I really am looking for a family who will love me for the rest of my days. I can be a big goon and if you aren’t careful, I’ll knock you right over! My rough-housing is all out of love of course! I can be mouthy and very high energy, so I do need multiple meets to make sure you’re comfortable with my quirks and energy level. I can play with other dogs, but when I’m…you guessed it – stubborn as an ox – I can bug the other dogs and they sometimes don’t want to play with me anymore. I would do best in a home that did not have cats or small children, I’m just too much dog for either of them!

Ox is application only! If you would like more information please stop by or give us a call!

 

The Adoption Fee Includes:

– initial canine distemper combination vaccination

– first worming or stool check

– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)

– AVID microchipping

– flea treatment/preventative

– spaying or neutering

Adoption fee: $115.00

Per state law, Beaver County Residents must purchase a non-refundable 2017 dog license at time of adoption for any canine three months and older. The cost of the license is $7.00. (Senior Citizen or Person with Disability-$5.00)

Jezzabel

Hello! My name is Jezzabel! I am a very spunky little lady who brightens up just about any room I’m in. I can be a little shy at first, but once I warm up to you I’m your friend for life. I would do best in a adult only home, just because I’m a confident girl who likes what I like when I like it. I can be a little vocal but don’t let that bother you, it’s just how I let you know how I’m feeling! The staff aren’t sure how I am with other animals, as I did come in as a stray. I would love to find a forever home where I can be the queen of the castle, and find a family who loves me forever. Please come visit me today!!

The Adoption Fee Includes:

– initial feline distemper combination vaccination

– first deworming or stool check

– rabies vaccination (for animals over 3 months of age)

– AVID microchipping

– FeLV/FIV testing

– flea treatment/preventative

– spaying or neutering

Adoption Cost: $65.00

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