DBCHS Pets on the week, March 13

Published 7:07 pm Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Our featured pets for this week are Khaki Sue and Keizer.

Khaki Sue is a sweet 1-and-one-half-year old orange and white tabby. She was surrendered to the humane society because her owner’s landlord said, “no pets”. Khaki Sue is a gorgeous girl with a wonderful disposition. She is friendly, but not needy. She is quiet, but readily approaches visitors looking for interaction and petting. Khaki Sue has stunning eyes that will touch your heart. She’s a beautiful kitty looking for a fresh start with a family that is ready to give her the love and attention that she deserves.


     Khaki Sue

Keizer is a1-year-old mixed breed. He was adopted as a puppy from the DBCHS but was recently returned because his owner didn’t have the time to devote to a pet. Keizer is a handsome fellow that weighs 65 pounds. He is white and brown with beautiful markings. Keizer is very friendly but does need work on basic obedience. His previous home was in an apartment, but this big guy would love a fenced yard and an owner who will give him the exercise and training that he needs. Come meet Keizer and be ready to fall in love.

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Our storm season will soon be upon us. Don’t forget that along with a disaster plan for the family, it’s important to have a disaster plan for your pet. ID your pet with tags and microchip and have several photos for identification. Pack a pet emergency kit with basic first aid, pet food, clean water and copies of your pet’s health records. Have leashes or harnesses and a pet carrier ready in case you need to move your pet quickly to a safe location. Some pre-planning and a few simple steps can help protect your pet in case of emergency. Our pets do so much to enrich our lives and in return they depend on us for their safety and well-being.

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.