Pets of the Week, April 17

Published 8:13 am Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Our featured pets for this week are Bonnie and Ashley.


Bonnie is a beautiful young adult orange and white tabby. She was surrendered to the humane society because her owner no longer had time to care for her pets. Along with her good looks, Bonnie has a sweet temperament. She is not over demanding, a soft bed in a sunny window and regular meals along with some scratches behind the ears, is all that she needs to make her a happy girl. If you are looking for a quiet companion, then Bonnie may be your purrfect match!


Ashley is a darling four-and-a-half-month old mixed breed puppy. She looks like she could be part shepherd, hound, and Boxer. Ashley will probably be a medium to large sized dog when full grown. She is a very happy pup with plenty of energy. Ashley is just started on leash training and is ready to soak up all the attention and schooling that a loving family can give her. Ashley has been spayed and can go home on the day of her approved adoption. She is ready to make someone a wonderful and loyal best friend!

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This is National Volunteer Week and the perfect time to honor our wonderful volunteers at the DBCHS. We are very lucky to have so many dedicated people willing to donate their time and talents to help the DBCHS carry out its mission. It takes many volunteer hours to run our Happy Paws Spay/Neuter Clinic, our PetSmart adoption program and the Mutts With Manners training program. We also have volunteers who help out at the humane society by walking dogs, exercising the cats, assisting with office work and special events. To all our DBCHS volunteers we extend our heartfelt gratitude. If you are interested in becoming a DBCHS volunteer you can email us at or call (859) 238-1117 for more information.

Low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter surgery is available for pet owners with low and fixed incomes. Call our Happy Paws Clinic today at (859) 691-1137 for an appointment. Please help control pet over-population by having your pet spayed or neutered.