DBCHS Pets of the week, June 26

Published 6:59 pm Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Our featured pets for this week are Sawyer and Diesel.

Sawyer is a super friendly 15-month-old tabby cat. This sweet boy was a cherished companion to a person with disabilities and unfortunately his family had to make a very long-distance move due to his owner’s health. With sadness, Sawyer was surrendered to the humane society and we are dedicated to finding a loving home for this handsome fellow. Sawyer has a big personality and gets along well with other cats. Please come and meet this special kitty and give him a second chance at his forever home.



Diesel is a wonderful 1-year-old Pit Bull mix. He’s a gorgeous dark tan with a black muzzle and big brown eyes that will touch your heart. Diesel was a stray, but his owner has not been found. He has been neutered and had his other vetting and is ready for a fresh start. Diesel does great on leash and is very well-mannered. He is calm and affectionate and just wants to give kisses and soak up attention that comes his way. If you are looking for a loyal and loving companion, please give Diesel your consideration.

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The new county dog tags are now available for purchase at the humane society and the Judge Executive’s Office at the Boyle County Courthouse. County ordinance requires all dogs to wear a visible license tag. Licensing must be renewed each year during the month of July or within 30 days of acquiring a dog. The license fee is $5.00 if the dog is spayed or neutered and $10.00 for unaltered dogs. If your dog should become lost and is wearing a license tag, ownership can be traced by the tag number and your dog can be returned home much more quickly. Boyle County residents who adopt a dog at the Humane Society receive their dog license as part of the adoption paperwork.

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.