Pets available at the Summit County Animal Shelter |

Pets available at the Summit County Animal Shelter

Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk Lunar is a 2 year old female looking for a new home. She is gentle, loves people, but reserved around dogs.

Eddie -112-year-old female Maine coon mix. Gorgeous girl with a bit of cattitude. She loves to rub up against you and talks a lot. Lunar – I’m a 2-year-old with lovely white fur with a little bit of black. I’m a gentle soul and love to be petted. I’m very attentive. Anyone would be lucky to share their life with me.Buttercup – White with orange tabby patches. This friendly cat just can’t get enough love. She is very social and has a loving personality.Kat – I’m a 9-year-old, very loving boy looking for a family to share my retirement with. I’m mellow, good-natured and tolerant of dogs. I’m great at catching mice!

Molly – I’m a sleek and beautiful black cat who loves to give and get attention. I’m 6 years old and would love a home with no other animals.DogsMegan – 5-year-old chow chow mix. My medium size and great manners will make me the perfect dog for a condo or small house. I am house and obedience trained. I love to take walks and to play with toys.

Jack – 112-year-old Shiba Inu. This fun, little guy does well with most dogs and loves cats. He is well behaved and hardly ever barks. He walks great on a leash and is very even tempered.Calvin and Hobbs – 3-year-old Siberian huskies. This boy and girl have been together since puppyhood and would love to keep it that way. Both are very active and social. They have grown up in a home with older kids, cats and other dogs. Their owner passed away so they are looking for a new loving family.Blue – 5-year-old male Siberian husky. This big, furry guy is looking for a family who really enjoys the independent and social nature of huskies. Great cold weather dog, but strongly desires to sleep inside and be part of the family. Gorgeous dog!

PuppyHarley – I’m an 8-month-old shepherd mix with a very loving and obedient personality. I play well with other dogs and have some training. I absolutely love getting attention from people!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

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