Pets of the Week


Cutest little puppy around! Delta will have you at “Hello.” This solid lady with the short stubby legs is a wee bit shy but she’s happy to be picked up and toted around and also will nicely sit for a snack! A great choice for a family with other pets, she nicely picks up on their cues and quickly relaxes and happily mixes and mingles with them. More docile and meek, Delta is very sweet and gentle natured. She enjoys chasing balls around and is eager to head on home where she can learn to be the most perfect companion pet. Female; 6 months old; shep mix

Gentle giant! Duncan is just about the nicest, most unassuming dog you will ever meet. Duncan is never in any kind of rush. He is a true slowpoke and is graced with a very calm, polite manner. His coat is incredibly thick and it really feels like you are walking a levitating thick shag rug! Duncan did an excellent job in meeting both a male and female dog (one a senior/one a more active sporty dog). He gave them a bit of a nod of approval and kept slowly meandering along our walk. Very much a “go with the flow” kind of guy, you can’t help but be drawn to this big fluffy fellow who will promise you a limp leash walk and plenty of quiet snuggly hugging sessions. He is a real head-turner so be prepared for folks to pretend to want to meet you when you are out and about with him. 76 pounds; male; 10 years old; shep mix
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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