202:202:100: Adoptable pets at Ontonagon County Animal Protection

Pet List [Show Large]

Shelter:

Ontonagon County Animal Protection
[ 906 884-2500 ]
[jwolfe2@jamadots.com]

Gretchen [more info]

Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.

Teddy [more info]

Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.

Grayson [more info]

Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.

Jack [more info]

Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.

Jill [more info]

Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.

Duke [more info]

Duke is a 2 year old Treeing Walker Coonhound who has lived indoors with his family all his life. He is house broken, has never hunted, lived with cats, chickens and kids. He has also always lived with his sibling, Daisy, who he is pictured with above and also in the video provided. Duke is crate trained and a very good boy. He does know basic commands and rides well. He loves attention and just being near people and often makes us chuckle with his goofy hound personality. He and his sister love to run and play together and Duke follows his sister's lead. They were never chained or penned and had free range to roam their property, but were never lost or required searching for ... they always returned home soon after they went exploring. For hounds, these two are quite laid back and quieter than most - they have a beautiful hound voice, but aren't obnoxious with it. Their owner hated to surrender them, but found it necessary at the time. Normal adoption rate is $100 individually. We are offering a special rate for the pair of $150 to approved applicants in effort to keep them together.

Daisy [more info]

Daisy is a 2 year old Treeing Walker Coonhound who has lived indoors with her family all her life. She is house broken, has never hunted, lived with cats, chickens and kids. She has also always lived with her sibling, Duke, who she is pictured with above and also in the video provided. Daisy is crate trained and a very good girl. She is more independent than her brother, Duke, but does love to lean in for some attention. She does know basic commands and even one hand signal / sign language to 'SIT' and rides well. She loves attention and just being near people and often makes us chuckle with her goofy hound personality. She loves to run and play with her brother and has assumed the roll of boss. They were never chained or penned and had free range to roam their property, but were never lost or required searching for ... they always returned home soon after they went exploring. For hounds, these two are quite laid back and quieter than most - they have a beautiful hound voice, but aren't obnoxious with it. Their owner hated to surrender them, but found it necessary at the time. Normal adoption rate is $100 individually. We are offering a special rate for the pair of $150 to approved applicants in effort to keep them together.