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].
Lincoln County Humane Society: Wren
Breed: German Shepherd/Malinois Mix, Approximately 7 years old
Wren is a super fun boy to hang out with once he trusts you. He is all Malinois and is very active, so his new home should have experience with strong breeds. His adopters will be committed to training this boy and must love the intensity that comes with owning a Malinois. Wren is so lovable and a great dog.
– fully fenced yard (6 feet)
– no children under 16 years
– no cats or small animals
– no male dogs (needs meet ‘n’ greet with female dogs)
Notes from Dog Volunteers:
– beautiful, smart, gentle, energetic
– big, happy boy
– loves to run with Walda
– good at amusing himself
– very affectionate and will lean against you for lots of pets and bum scratches
– LOVES his kong
Interested in adopting Wren? 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.
Beamsville 4Paws Rescue: Chimo
Chimo is looking for his forever home. He is a very sweet and tiny cat who loves his chin and belly pet. He has a gentle nature and is a well-behaved boy. He gets along with all pets but prefers a quieter household. Chimo has permanent scar tissue on his eye from a neglected eye infection when he was a kitten, but no future care is required.
- Orange Tabby/Neutered/Male
- Born: Feb 5th 2020
If If you are interested in adopting Chimo or arranging a time to visit, please complete the online application: http://www.beamsville4pawrescue.com/contact-2/contact/.
Beamsville 4Paw Rescue website