If you are looking for a new furry family member for your home, please consider adopting from one of our area shelters. There are thousands of pets each year in Northern Michigan who lose their family for one reason or another. Rescue is love!
Our shelter will remain closed until blood tests of all of our shelter residents indicate that that every animal has protective levels of antibodies and are ready to be adopted. Our Veterinary Clinic, along with Boarding, Grooming and Daycare are open. We would like to thank all of our supporters during this difficult time and are hopeful that upon reopening we can continue in our mission to save the lives of homeless animals in need.
Hello everyone, my name is Penny and I was a rescue puppy once upon a time before I was adopted. I lived in a forever home for a couple of months until my owner's allergies became an issue and I had to come back. We were both very sad about that. But the good news is that my family did teach me my basic commands and how to use the outdoors for my personal business. So when I find a new forever family they can help me keep up with my training. I'm currently living with a foster family and they say I'm a sweet little girl that loves to give kisses-and I do! I also like to play with my toys, and if I can get someone to throw my ball, I'll bring it back again and again. There are times when I act a little shy, but once I'm comfortable with you, I'm all yours! I'm very happy living with my foster family, but a forever home is where my heart belongs. P.S. Valentine's Day is right around the corner!
Cherryland Humane Society
Cherryland Humane Society is a private, no kill animal shelter servicing Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties. We are an independent, 501-C, non profit organization. CHS is dependent on donations, fundraising activities, estates, planned giving, memorials and occasional grants for operation. Visit our available pets online at cherrylandhumane.org
If you would like to foster or adopt Rascal, please contact www.acpaw.org
AC PAW was founded in 1995 to give animals a second chance at life. The non-profit, no-kill shelter started as a safe haven for animals from abuse, hunger, disease and death. AC PAW has now rescued over 6,000 animals in the northern Michigan region and services the five-county Grand Traverse area.
Help From My Friends
Missy wants to be in your company all the time - inside, outside, living room, bathroom- you name it and she wants to be there!! Missy would make a wonderful only pet as she will give you all the love you need. She is 4 years oldGreat Pyrenees mix, spayed, on heartworm preventative and up to date on shots.
With a Little Help From My Friends’ Pet Crisis Center assists Antrim County Animal Control by taking in primarily owner relinquished pets due to a crisis in the family. These animals came from loving homes who ran out of options and had to relinquish their pet to animal control. This is not a place for the public to bring in a pet but it is a place for the public to visit and adopt. Volunteers welcome.
For more information visit helpfrommyfriends.org or facebook.com/walhfmfpetcrisiscenter
From the Charlevoix Humane Society
Meet Oscar. He is an Egyptian Baladi breed. Oscar is about nine month of age and did come to us all the way from Egypt. Also known as street dogs, Baladi dogs are often dismissed as difficult to train. However, learning to adapt to living on the streets has made them very instinctive and intelligent. As a result of their experiences on Egypt’s streets, they are often shy of people and therefore require extra love and gentleness when first dealing with them. In the end, kindness will make them love you and be loyal to you like no other dog would be.
The Charlevoix Human Society's mission is to practice and promote the principle that every life is precious. As such, we are committed to the highest principles of humane care and professional treatment of injured, ill, neglected or abused animals. For more information on pets that are available for adoption or to donate, visit the shelter at 614 Beardsley Street in Boyne City or online at www.charlevoixhumane.org
From Northern Michigan Animal Rescue Network
Young handsome, sweet brown tabby Squeeky is about one year old and looking for his forever home. Former street orphan Squeeky is in foster care where he has thrived. His vet care is complete and Squeeky would love to meet you by calling or messaging the NMARN rescue line 231-238-PAWS (7297).
Northern Michigan Animal Rescue Network is an all volunteer 5013C group dedicated to finding homes for homeless animals in Northern Michigan. Their animals live in foster homes and are loved everyday while they find the perfect forever homes for their dogs and cats. To learn more about NMARN, visit them online at www.nmarn.org.
Rumple has a silly, fun loving, rough and tumble personality. She is friendly and comical and very happy.
She does, however, think that cats are really exciting squeaky toys so no cats in a home for Rumple.
We are over the moon happy for this dog to be ready to move on but will be both glad and sad the day that she moves on to her forever home. Rumple is 4 years old, she has been spayed, vaccinated and micro chipped. Please call the shelter at (989) 348-4117 for more information about Dazzle or e-mail: email@example.com
AuSable Valley Animal is a privately funded nonprofit animal shelter. We are a No Kill facility and stray center for dogs within Crawford county and a closed admission No Kill cat shelter. Our main goals are rehab and rehome, education, and animal welfare within our community.
Visit us online at www.ausablevalleyanimalshelter.org.
Foxy-Lady is a 11 year old Pomeranian who has some special needs. Her previous owner went into a nursing home and she is now looking for someone to care of Foxy-Lady. She is mostly blind and takes insulin twice a day. She is very sweet and loves attention. Foxy is pad-trained and eats like a horse. If you are interested in making Foxy part of your family for the time she has left please contact Mary here at the Humane Society. 231-238-8221. (Due to this dogs care she is not at our facility but Mary can help you with any questions you might have).
You can visit our shelter at 1536 Hackleburg Rd Cheboygan Michigan or give us a call at 231-238-8221. Our hours are Mon-Fri 9-4pm and Saturday we are open 12-4pm.
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