Humane Society of Huron Valley: Pets of the Week

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Pets of the Week

Adopt a Pet-of-the-Week this week, and get 10% off your adoption fee!

We'd like to thank all of our media partners for helping homeless pets find great homes! You can listen to the pet of the week segments on Thursdays around 8:05 a.m. on WTKA, 8:20 a.m. on W4 Country, and 8:30 a.m. on Ann Arbor's 107one, and around 10 a.m. on Saturday on 1290 AM WLBY.

 

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The 107.1 fm Pet-of-the-Week is Puff


Puff CatPuff is a lap cat extraordinaire! He's just a "Puff" ball of love.  He'll amble his way up to you, purring and wants nothing more than someone to scratch his cheeks.  He will spend long hours lounging on or near you, whatever you seem to prefer!  Puff would be happiest as your only furry child.  This handsome fellow is a laid back purring gentleman who is more than ready to find his way into your home today.

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

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The WTKA Top-Dog-of-the-Week is Valentino

ValentinoAre you looking for a playtime companion?  Then Valentino is your perfect match!  He wants to spend his time playing with toys, running around, and going for walks.  He already knows sit, shake, and down but would really benefit from further training to help him harness his playful energy.  He will be a lot of fun in a home with a family that is looking to play! Due to his energy level, he may be too much for young kids.  Please come meet this handsome chocolate pitty today!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

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The W4 Country Pet-of-the-Week is Dave

DaveMeet Dave, the adorable bunny rabbit who would love to be in a pen-style enclosure or a rabbit-safe room for him to live in.  Since Dave can be a rather opinionated rabbit, he is looking for an adopter with some rabbit care experience.  Once he feels safe in a new space, his mellow side can come out and he is actually a low-maintenance rabbit.

 House rabbits live 8-12 years.  They require out-of-cage exercise every day and environmental enrichment in their cage (such as chew toys).  They should be housed indoors to keep them safe from predators and other health risks, but also to allow them to get to know their owners and be a real part of the family (just like a cat or dog).  Rabbits are very social and do very well in pairs, providing each other companionship when their people are away.  They prefer quiet, gentle interactions with people.

Dave is currently living in one of our wonderful foster homes. Adopting from foster is easy. Please email adoptions@hshv.org or call (734)662-5585 to arrange to meet Dave today!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

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The Lucy Ann Lance Show Pet-of-the-Week is Haley & Lucy


Haley LucyMeet Lucy Lou and Haley, both 1-year-old guinea pigs looking for their forever home!  These two Guinea Pigs are affable creatures and prevelent in households all over the world with people love living with them.  However, there are many myths which are perpetuated that Guinea Pigs have to work against.  There is a belief that a Guinea Pig is a good tool for teaching young children about responsibility – however, whenever a mistake is made it is not the child that pays for it, it is the Guinea Pig.  Guinea Pigs should never belong to a child, but should instead be a family pet.  Some people believe Guinea Pigs smell bad, but the truth is that these guys are clean creatures that often get stuck into cages that are too small for them and are not cleaned adequately by their very young caregivers.  Also, many believe they are a good pet for a child because they are easier than a cat or a dog, but in reality they need a steady and consistent supply of fresh greens and fruits!  Additionally, they need to be out of their cages on the floor exercising and playing at least one hour a day.  If you are interested in adopting this Perfect Pair of Haley & Lucy Lou, come to HSHV to meet them today!

All the animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their vaccinations and have a microchip I.D. which is included in their affordable adoption fee.

 

 

 


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