Little Henry, FKA Blaze, and six of his siblings were rescued by our Humane Officer at the beginning of November after they were found in shocking condition. Each of them, at the fragile age of two months, were severely malnourished and crawling with fleas.
Once safely at our shelter, the litter was thoroughly examined and given high calorie puppy food, which was scarfed down with excitement. The seven puppies were also treated for their fleas and given appropriate vaccinations to protect them from disease.
Within a few weeks, the puppies had transformed into healthy, happy, wiggly babes ready for their ...
Wren was rescued by our Humane Officers in May of 2015 when he was found in need of medical care. His sweet personality and unique appearance quickly made him a staff and volunteer favorite! Unfortunately, Wren struggled to overcome the chronic ear infections that plagued his health before his rescue. Wren would face an extended recovery.
After eight months of veterinary treatment, Wren finally fought off his ear infections and was available for adoption! He did not have to wait long!
Within just a couple weeks, Wren found his forever family and was on his way to enjoy life in ...
Beowulf was seized during a cruelty investigation by our Humane Officers. Once at the Humane Society of Summit County he was given all the TLC and medical care he needed. This gentle giant didn't wait too long for his second chance at love!
Here's what his new Mama had to say:
"He's doing really well. He's feeling more comfortable for sure. He barked last week for the first time, and a few nights this week he spent time chewing on a toy or looking out the window while I sat on the couch instead of his ...
Bowser was rescued by the Humane Society of Summit County as an injured stray. After his wounds were healed, this handsome man was placed up for adoption. He soon met the family of his dreams!
This is what his new Mama had to say:
"Our sweet boy is doing so good. He knows all his commands and is just a sweetheart. He loves to play and cuddle. We are so happy to be able to give him a loving home. Here's some pictures from just the few months we've been able to call him ours!"
Mila was brought to Humane Society of Summit County by a good samaritan who found her lost, scared and ill, living on the streets. She was given nutritious food, love, a warm place to sleep and medically treated once at HSSC. She didn't wait long to be adopted into her forever home!
This is what her new Mama had to say:
"I adopted Mila in early January and she has settled in with just a little adjust period with her older housemate. Mila is my new greeter when friends visit. She is so curious and stays busy checking ...
Lainie, aka Luna was rescued by the Humane Society of Summit County along with her adult daughters who were both very pregnant (It was quite the family affair!). HSSC cared for all three, and two healthy litters of puppies, until they could all be adopted! Now, Lainie and her daughters can put their mothering days behind them and focus on being the baby of their families.
Here's what Lainie's new Mama had to say:
"I'm attaching an updated photo collage of Lainie in action and she barks a friendly hi to all of her friends at HSSC ...