Pet Adoption Tuesday: Angel, Antonio and more
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan — Humane Society of West Michigan invites you to meet a very dynamic duo, Angel and Antonio! These adorable purebred Dobermans are brother and sister. The one-year-old couple were part of a large-scale rescue and they are busy discovering the joys of becoming dogs.
Both of these dogs have gorgeous fluffy coats, big brown eyes and expressive ears! They know how to sit, shake, love treats, love people and LOVE themselves.
Their former adoptive parents said Antonio was a great, easy-going dog until he found a ball – then all bets are off! He is still getting used to walking on a leash, but he will walk well with you.
Angel isn’t ALWAYS an angel (who is?) but she is very nice and busy trying to keep your full attention! She loves toys – and while stuffed animals never last long – kongs and balls are great. She’s also naturally very curious about the world around her and can be a bit of an escape artist trying to discover new things, so it’s good to watch her closely.
These precious puppies are ready to step out of the shelter and start their new lives together. Would it be with you? To learn more about these two big babies, click here.
In other HSWM news: Paws, Claws, & Corks, Free Pet Vaccines, and Spring Break Camp
The tenth annual Paws, Claws & Corks will take place on Wednesday, March 9. In-person ticket sales are now closed, but you can still participate in this year’s event virtually.
Paw-ty packs are ready to go for our virtual attendees full of toys and treats for you and your pets, you’ll be able to watch a live stream of the vent, and you can also participate in the silent auction by line. You can find out more and buy tickets here.
Saturday, March 12 from noon to 3 p.m., HSWM is partnering with BISSELL Pet Foundation, Petco Love, and other local animal shelters to bring a full-scale vaccination clinic to the community! Free vaccines, including a rabies and distemper combo for cats and dogs, plus $5 heartworm tests, microchips, 1 dose of flea/tick prevention or 1 dose of prevention against heartworm will be available.
Learn more about this event here.
Spring will bring with it sunny skies, green grass, fresh flowers, and HSWM’s Spring Break Camp! HSWM camps are a wonderful opportunity to entertain, teach, and most importantly, give your child the opportunity to interact with the animals in our care! This camp runs from April 4-7 and space is limited. You can register and find out more here.