PITTSFORD-Losing a pet is a very emotional thing. It's really important that all animals have identification so they can be returned to their owners. An I.D. tag on your pet's collar is the easiest method.
The tag should include your name, address, telephone number and the pet's name. If there's extra space, the phone number of the veterinarian is also a good idea. If you move, make sure you get a new tag for your animal with your new contact information.
If you have any questions, please call the Rutland County Humane Society at 802-483-6700.
Five year old. Neutered Male. Pit Bull/Boxer mix.
I am a big lug of a guy with a huge capacity for love and games of fetch. I have been at the shelter for a while and I am very eager to find a dog bed of my own. I love a good tennis ball and hanging with my people. I ride well in the car and have lovely leash manners, too. I have become quite attached to the staff here and I get anxious when I'm left alone so I am hoping for a family where people are home a lot or can take me with them.
One and half year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Short Hair Black and White.
I arrived at the shelter as a stray with a bit of a bossy attitude but now that I have adjusted to my new friends what a love I am. It will be important for my new family to be patient when I first go home and to give me space to get accustomed to my home. After a short time you will be amazed with my personality.
Director of Outreach and Special Events
Rutland County Humane Society
802-483-9171 ext. 217