Pets of the Week


Got ball? Let’s play! Roger loves finding a good tennis ball (especially one that squeaks!) almost even more than finding a human to hang out with who will play with him, challenge him and give him some loving! Roger is one fun, happy guy! He could easily self entertain himself with a good ball for hours on end but his enjoyment is clearly magnified if you add a human to the play time. Roger is smart, attentive, loving, very responsive and loves learning and figuring out things. Roger would love to have slightly older kids to care over and a more active home where he can be sure to be part of the daily action. We really enjoy Roger’s zest for life and for finding fun, happy times no matter where he is. 39 pounds; 2 years old; lab mix; male
Smidge arrived as just that, a little Smidget of a girl. She was terribly underweight when found but thankfully someone gave her a voice and she got the help she deserved. Now she is a healthy 47 pounds, is heartworm negative and ready for a family. This girl is simply awesome! She will make any family a great pet. She is good with other dogs. She is young at around 1 year and would love to have other dogs and kids to play with. She can be so funny with her goofy, silly playfulness. She will just roll over on her back, legs straight in air, when playing with other dogs and getting belly rubs. She is so kissy and loving. Everything is a great time to Smidge and she is open to all adventures. Beautiful coloring and the best perky ears around, matched with her awesome personality, what more could you ask for! Bull mix; 47 pounds; 1 year old; female
If you have lost or found a pet, go online to www.darlingtonhumane.org and click on the link Lost/ Found Pets. You will be directed to the www.thelostpets.com Web site where you can register your missing pet.
You will be able to provide a detailed description of your missing pet, as well as attach a photo. Upon registering your lost pet, an e-mail alert will be sent to the Darlington Shelter’s e-mail address. This will allow the shelter staff to recognize your lost pet should it arrive at the facility.

Author: Rachel Howell

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