Each week Niagara Info publishes profiles of pets waiting for adoption from area shelters and humane societies. To find out about adopting the profiled pets call the organizations below. To reach our animal reporter, contact [email protected].
Beamsville 4Paw Rescue: Baron
Baron is an extremely well-behaved and healthy dog that loves to go for walks, play ball or lay beside you while watching TV. Baron gets along with cats, children and other calm dogs.
- Bernese Lab/Male/Neutered
- Born: March 14 2009
If If you are interested in adopting Jenna or arranging a time to visit, please complete the online application: http://www.beamsville4pawrescue.com/contact-2/contact/.
Beamsville 4Paw Rescue website
Lincoln County Humane Society: Hank
Breed: Golden Retriever mix: 8 years old, Male.
Hank is a handsome and sweet boy. He’s an eight-year-old Golden Retriever mix who does not act his age at all. He’s very playful and goofy and has real puppy energy about him.
He could play all day long and will happily chase a ball and play with you as long as you’re willing. Once playtime is over, he’s extremely affectionate and loves to be petted (he’s particularly fond of ear scratches and will roll over for tummy rubs). Hank is extremely friendly and absolutely loves everyone he meets. He’s just a happy guy who loves life.
Hank’s new family must be committed to training him in order to improve his manners. He is quite reactive to other animals so training will help with his leash manners and make walks more enjoyable for everyone.
He knows a lot of commands already and is easily redirected when he does something he shouldn’t be doing. Because of his dislike of other animals, he must not go to dog parks and should be on a leash at all times unless in a very secure area.
Hank’s perfect forever home has a fully fenced yard (at least 5 feet) and no other animals.
Hank is gentle, sweet, playful, and affectionate. He’s simply a wonderful dog!
All adoptable dogs have been given a behavioral test and our staff will be happy to explain the testing and discuss the results with potential adopters during the initial meeting with the dog you are interested in.
Interested in adopting Hank? Please call the shelter directly to schedule an appointment. 905-682-0767.
LCHS is not open for general inquiry walk-ins regarding pet availability and viewing at the shelter.
Pet adoptions, including dogs, cats and small animals, are by scheduled appointment only.