CatsAngel – Pure white with one green and one blue eye who loves to chase toys.Sassy – Beautiful older female with long Torti hair looking for a nice home to live out her golden yearsAndrew – Huge gray and black shorthaired male.Kiva – Shy and very spoiled male.Birdie – Older female who is a favorite at the shelter.Alice – Long-haired female.Jericho – Handsome Siamese mix. Guchi – Petite and sweet tabby female.Chloe – All-black longhaired female who is well behaved.
Velcro – Shorthaired tabby who’s under a year old.Emerald – Petite and young all white cat with emerald-colored eyes. Mona – A sweet black and white shorthaired cat.Ace – Big orange tabby with half a tail.Jimi – A smaller tabby. DogsCinnamon – A younger female mastiff with a lot of love. Baby – A squirrelly and loveable red terrier pit mix.Snickers – A sweet, loving 4-year-old German shepherd mix who is well behaved and will be a great companion.
Cocoa – This rottweiler is a teddy bear of a dog and loves to cuddle. Blue – A handsome and very playful young black pit mix. Taz – Blue’s bouncier twin brother. Trooper – A big 3-year-old border collie mix. Ziggy – 1 1/2-year-old handsome yellow Lab mix. Sierra – Sweet and playful black Lab mix who’s about 2-years-old.Bernie – St. Bernard mix who loves to play.Max – Black and white hound mix.Sprinter – Sleek and sweet boy.
Brewno – Handsome and well-behaved pit bull.Tank and Treck – Two sweet and loyal males. Tank is a large Saint Bernard mix and Treck is a black Lab mix.Rose – Older golden retriever.Rabbits/OtherSmokey – Young and handsome-looking bunny that could use a loving family. Willie – All-brown Abyssinian guinea pig. To visit any of these animals, visit the Summit County Animal Shelter off County Road 1004 just south of Frisco, or call (970) 668-3230. The shelter’s hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Pet visitation hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Also, check out the pets available for adoption at http://www.petharbor.com.
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