Pets available for adoption at Summit County Animal Shelter |

Pets available for adoption at Summit County Animal Shelter

Summit Daily/Reid WilliamsCooper, a 7-year-old black lab who loves balls and kids, is up for adoption at the Summit County Animal Shelter.

CatsPatches – 4-year-old female calico. Big, beautiful and waiting for a new best friend. Patches is mellow, loving and would love a quiet, gentle home to spend her life in.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.Emma – Gorgeous medium-haired dilute calico. This very active and social kitty is looking for a home where she can be the only pet.Dogs

T.J. – 2-year-old shepherd/black lab/chow. Very energetic, playful and smart. He knows lots of tricks and likes to play with other dogs.Simba – 3-year-old male shepherd/American staffordshire mix. I’m just the smartest and most obedient dog around. I know lots of tricks and would love for an active family to adopt me. I can get along with some dogs, but prefer to be an only pet. Taz – 4-year-old boxer/American staffordshire mix. I’m very friendly and love to give kisses, but not on the first date. I walk well on a leash and have some obedience training. I will be a good watchdog because I am protective of my family and house.Buckeye – 112-year-old American staffordshire terrier mix. My underbite is so cute it’s sure to make anyone chuckle. I know lots of tricks and am housetrained. I am very outgoing and love to play with female dogs. I will make a great watchdog.Morie-Mo – 4-year-old chocolate lab. Great companion for anyone who wants a giant teddy bear to snuggle with. Enjoys hiking but is just as happy being a couch potato. Has lived with other dogs, but would prefer to be an only pet.Gage – 2-year-old yellow lab. Lots of energy and love to give. Very happy boy who would love an attentive, active and gentle family. Does well with other dogs.

Willow – I’m a 1-year-old little girl that is a little timid at first. I need a kind and patient person to give me a lot of love and TLC.Cooper – I’m a 7-year-old black lab with a lot of puppy still in me. I’m very smart and athletic, my favorite things to do are play fetch, go hiking and swimming. I need an active home with no small children.Asia – 2-year-old pure breed Anatolian shepherd. Beautiful girl that needs a fenced yard and a lot of room to run. She gets along with other dogs well but no cats please. Very friendly and goofy girl.Puppy

Midnight – I’m a 5-month-old shepherd mix with a warm heart. I love to play with people and dogs and would make a great family pet because I love kids. I’m super smart and I’m already housebroken.RabbitSnowball – 1-year-old bunny.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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