MHS DOG OF THE WEEK
After being dumped at a local shelter, most likely due to his “cherry” eye, Judd has undergone two eye surgeries and is currently living in a foster home.He is a wonderful 4 year old Boxer/English Bulldog mix waiting for his forever home.
Judd was under weight when he was first transferred to our shelter but he has since gained a healthy amount of weight. He has passed his temperament testing and is working on new commands every day. Judd’s confidence in himself has grown leaps and bounds and his quirky personality can now be seen. He is good with other dogs, as long as they are females and he would prefer a home without cats. He is still working on his house training but does well in a crate.
Because Judd is in a foster home we ask that you contact the shelter to set up an appointment to meet this handsome fellow.
For more information about Judd and all of his canine friends at Muskegon Humane, please click on the link below.
If you are interested in adopting or fostering one of our incredible dogs, you can fill out an on-line application. You’ll find the form on our Forms page.
MHS CAT OF THE WEEK
Meet Jack Nicholson, a 4 year old boy who is super cool! This cuddly lad has so much to say, most of which is “love me!” Jack would love a home with his number one fan, who will pam’purr’ him and adore him for always. He’d love to be able to strut his stuff around the house, chasing after laser pointer dots, feather toys, jingly balls….even just a simple milk ring will be the cat’s meow to Jack Nicholson!
Jack Nicholson would be ‘purr’fect for a family with older children (10 years and up) who are looking for a special friend to spend their days with.
Ask to meet Jack Nicholson today!
If you are interested in adopting or fostering one of our fantastic felines, you can fill out an on-line application. You’ll find the form on our Forms page.
Please stop by one of these spots to visit with our furry friends and let one of them steal your heart away!
Cats will not be adopted if the owner intends on allowing the cat outside.
We do not adopt out dogs as solely outdoor pets.
No animal will be adopted to a residence where pets are not allowed.
Prospective adopters must be at least 21 years of age.
No animal will be adopted to a group of four (4) or more unrelated adults living in the same household (e.g. student housing).
MHS counselors will not begin adoption procedures with a person who is reasonably believed to be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
No animal will be adopted to an individual who has failed to comply with the conditions of a previous adoption, including but not limited to the spaying or neutering of the pet.
An adopter may adopt a maximum of two (2) pets at a time. It is not recommended that two (2) puppies be adopted at the same time.
Veterinarian records may be checked before adoption is complete. This includes being current on standard immunizations, spayed and neutered. The adopter must contact their veterinarian for the release of medical records.
Applications may be denied for any reason. We reserve the right to deny adoptions to people who have surrendered their animals in the past.
You must show valid driver’s license or state ID card.
A vet deposit or training deposit may be required prior to adoption.