Have you met Grandma Houdini? While she can find her way out of nearly any enclosure, she needs your help to escape the stress of kennel life. We are looking for someone to foster her while she awaits adoption so that she can relax and be comfortable. She would do best with someone who spends a lot of time at home and can supervise her every time that she is outside. Here is her story:
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Stafford Animal Shelter has great adoption rates for dogs and when there’s space we take in rescues from overcrowded shelters. We have two batches arriving; the first seven from the overfull Humane Society of Beaverhead County in Dillon Montana and the second group are being flown in from high-kill rate shelters in Los Angels by Wings of Rescue Dec. 6th and will include half a dozen ‘scruffy-fluffy’ dogs. There is a low supply and high demand for small dogs in our area and all rescues are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before arrival. Come welcome the new kids on the block! See them online at http://staffordanimalshelter.org/available-pets/ or come meet them in person during our business hours Tuesday – Saturday noon to 5 pm.
Everyone’s favorite member of the family is likely the family pet. Holidays can be stressful and pets can be a safe zone of love, laughter and connection. This holiday season why not celebrate your pet with a fun Santa Paws portrait? It’s more than a way to share the love of your pet, but a way to make loving homes possible for abandoned pets at Stafford Animal Shelter.
As a culture, we are becoming increasingly focused on our physique. Hardly an hour passes when we don’t receive some kind of message telling us that we need to eat less of something, eat more of something else, exercise more, or lose weight. While this constant bombardment seems a little severe, there is no doubt that obesity is a growing health concern in our country. Though it is not talked about nearly as much, our best friends are suffering from our increasingly sedentary lifestyle and poor nutritional choices as well.
Stafford Animal Shelter is now on Instagram! Follow us as we post happy adoption photos, silly adoptable pet pictures and more. A great way to brighten your day and stay in touch with Stafford Animal Shelter news and events.