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Courtesy Listing: Seger

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Seger is not a Humane Society of Wilkes foster dog; a HSOW application is not necessary.

Please contact the current owner using the information provided below.

Seger is a 13-month-old border collie. He is neutered and house broken. He loves to kayak and play frisbee! He can sit, lay down, shake, high five, and waive. He will play ball until he collapses, and he loves to play tug of war with his blanket. He is so loved, but needs a home without young kids. He usually prefers men, but cuddles mostly with his current momma. If you're interested in adopting contact Kate at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  



Courtesy Listing: Dooley

Monday, May 30, 2022

Dooley is not a Humane Society of Wilkes foster dog; a HSOW application is not necessary.

Please contact the current owner using the information provided below.

Dooley is a Catahoula Leopard Dog approximately 1 and 1/2 year old. He is fixed and house and crate trained.  Dooley would fit in best in a home with no cats and a fenced in yard. He typically gets along with other dogs. He is very smart but can also be stubborn.

Please contact 336-467-2094 for more information. 

 


Courtesy Listing: MacGyver

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Courtesy Listing - MacGyver is not a Humane Society of Wilkes foster dog; a HSOW application is not necessary.
 
Please contact the current owner using the information provided below. Please read description fully.
Everyone, meet MacGyver–a devastatingly handsome 3 year old 87-pound neutered male Anatolian Shepherd mix who is looking for the perfect family. MacGyver came to us as a stray who had his right hind leg amputated after being hit by a car. His attitude and spirit earned him his name, and he LOVES being around all people and children. The company of people helps him cope with his anxiety–a byproduct of the abandonment trauma he experienced early in life. He would make an excellent 24/7 companion and emotional service animal for an adult or child with special emotional needs.
 
His favorite pastime is greeting people of all ages in public places, like hardware stores and outdoor gatherings. MacGyver is well-trained and obedient–he is vigilant for all basic commands and even knows how to “play dead.” He does not tolerate being confined to a crate or dog lot as his cunning skills and athletic ability (even with his 3-legged handicap!) allow him to escape even the most secure accommodations. However he has done well with a proximity collar and invisible fence system that allows him freedom to guard the house and roam a set distance from home. He has been socialized with other dogs but can be wary around them–he generally prefers the company of people and would do best in an only-dog household. He has only very limited exposure to cats and cannot be trusted around livestock, including chickens. He requires two prescription medications (given twice daily) for managing his anxiety as well as a joint supplement.
 
Serious inquiries only–please contact Dr. Rachael Kearns at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information..
 


Courtesy Listing: Boomer

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

The Animal Hospital of Wilkes has several homeless pets they have taken in and helped. We are posting these pets for them in hopes of finding them homes. Please contact Emily Witzel (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or the Animal Hospital directly if you are interested. 

This is Boomer!  He's neutered, updated on shots, maybe 1-2 years old. He is very very energetic and loves people, doesn’t care too much for cuddles but is insanely sweet. Very distracted and spazzy, but all in all a good boy. Is all right with other dogs but plays by jumping on them, would probably be best as the only dog or with a puppy or bigger dog. He is not good with cats. Walks good with a harness, but definitely wants to explore everything. He is probably a Lab-pit mix, he’s small only about 40-45 pounds. Will definitely be a good exercise buddy or hiking buddy!

Please contact Emily Witzel (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or the Animal Hospital directly if you are interested. 



Courtesy Listing: Blue

Monday, April 25, 2022

The Animal Hospital of Wilkes has several homeless pets they have taken in and helped. We are posting these pets for them in hopes of finding them homes. Please contact Emily Witzel (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or the Animal Hospital directly if you are interested. 

This is Blue. He’s a pretty independent cat. He does all right with dogs but would probably be happiest with no dogs. He’s not much for cuddles, but he lets you know when he wants attention. He’s very friendly and has been good with the other cats. He uses a litter box well. Very sweet and loves to be petted. He's 1-2 years old, neutered. All his records are available at the Animal Hospital of Wilkes. 

For more information, contact Emily Witzel at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.