Injured Dog Matted and Lost Now Healed, Handsome and Ready For New Home
It's amazing what a difference a few weeks of love can make in the life of a homeless dog.
We're taking a look at this week's featured pets from Roice-Hurst Humane Societ, trying to find new forever homes for these homeless dogs and cats.
The Before Pancake
The first one we feature this week is Pancake, who has undergone a remarkable transformation. Pancake is a 10-year-old miniature Terrier/Poodle that had been hit by a car, arriving at Roice-Hurst injured, matted, and lost. After seven weeks of vet care, time at a foster home, and a fantastic makeover, Pancake is now healed up and ready for a family.
The After Pancake
Doesn't he look adorable? You can see the incredible change in Pancake's appearance. Pancake is said to be more of a people person than a dog person, and might be a little shy at first - but once he gets to know you, won't leave your side.
Magnus Is Ready For A New Home
The second featured pet is Magnus, who really needs a new home. Magnus has been at Roice-Hurst since November and is more than ready for a family. Magnus is a happy and energetic 2-year-old with a bright smile. He would be best as an only child.
Oreo Needs New Family
For the cat lovers, we are featuring one feline this week named Oreo. He came to Roice-Hurst following the lifestyle change of his previous owner and is ready for a new family. Oreo is 1-year-old and very friendly.
If you are interested in meeting one of these homeless pets, just contact Roice-Hurst Humane Society and arrange an appointment. You can also see other homeless dogs and cats that are ready to be adopted. If you are a dog lover, you might be interested in purchasing a 2022 calendar featuring stunning photography of their shelter pets.