Puyallup, WA – Dogs with imploring eyes, eager barks, and wagging tails greet visitors at the Puyallup Metro Animal shelter this week. Dogs available for adoption and in need of loving new homes.
Baird, a young lab mix, was eager for dog cookies and a pat on the head. He barked for attention when not in the spotlight and wagged his tail whenever someone approached his kennel run.
Murray is a handsome, purebred Black Labrador, also eager for dog cookies and a pat on the head. Murray would be a total catch for a dog-loving family. The only thing against he and Baird? Their black coloring and the black dog stigma that goes with that…..
Rex is a holdover from the prior week. This week he is much more relaxed (last week he was quaking in fear). Rex was happy to get his dog cookie and a pat on the head. Rex is listed as a Rottweiler/Chow mix. Regardless of what he actually is, he is affectionate and handsome.
A shining upside to this afternoon’s article – Missy, the young Beagle, found a home last weekend. Finally!
As always, the adoptable cats and kittens are included in the slideshow that accompanies this article. Swisher is still waiting for a home – this is the cat that was “returned for having too much hair”. Swisher is a beautiful, adult gray cat with a sweet personality.
Several adorable kittens are available for adoption also. If you are interested in meeting one of the adoptable dogs, cats or kittens, you can meet them in person at the shelter located at 1200 39th Ave. SE, Puyallup, WA. Inquiries can be directed to (253) 841-5595.
Rescues interested in assisting with a dog or cat can direct their non-profit information to the shelter staff at (253) 841-5595. A faxed copy of non-profit rescue organization information will be required.
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