Pet scene: Summit County’s adoptable pets for the week of Jan. 16 |

Pet scene: Summit County’s adoptable pets for the week of Jan. 16

Berlin is a 4-year-old, neutered male pit bull mix. He is a sweet boy who wants nothing more than a home with a family who will treat him right.
Summit County Animal Shelter/Courtesy photo

The following animals are available for adoption at the Summit County Animal Shelter. Call the shelter at 970-668-3230 with questions. The most recent list of animals available for adoption can be found on the shelter’s website.


  • BLUEBELL, 8 years, domestic longhair, cream, spayed female
  • CHANTRIA, 3 years, domestic mediumhair, black, spayed female
  • DARTH, 8 years, domestic longhair, black, neutered male
  • FERGUSON, 8 months, domestic shorthair, black and white, neutered male
  • FERN, 8 months, domestic shorthair, gray tabby, spayed female
  • FRANK, 8 months, domestic shorthair, brown tabby, neutered male
  • GRIFFIN, 2 years, domestic shorthair, black and white, neutered male
  • JINGLES, 3 years, domestic shorthair, black, spayed female
  • SNOW SQUALL, 4 years, domestic longhair, white and calico, spayed female


  • ANYA, 1 year, German Shepherd, black and tan, spayed female
  • BERLIN, 4 years, pit bull terrier and Chinese shar-pei mix, tan and tricolor, neutered male
  • BUFFY, 1 year 10 months, dachshund and Australian cattle dog mix, tricolor, spayed female
  • CORK, 1 year 7 months, Australian cattle dog mix, black and blue merle, neutered male
  • DUKE, 1 year 7 months, mastiff mix, red and black, neutered male
  • LEO, 11 months, border collie mix, black and white, neutered male
  • REMINGTON, 4 years, treeing Walker coonhound, tricolor, neutered male
  • ROXY, 3 years, Australian shepherd and Rottweiler mix, tricolor, spayed female
  • SAM, 10 years, boxer mix, white and black, neutered male

Guinea pigs

  • MARK, 1 year 2 months, brown and white, unaltered male
  • PK, no age, calico, unaltered male

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