Pick A Pet - Humane Society of Skagit County
Welcome to the Pick-A-Pet page.
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We have a Facebook page, and want everyone to “like” us! It’s called Humane Society of Skagit County.
If you’d like info on any of the available pets below, call the Humane Society at 360-757-0445.
Shelter adoption fees are:
Dogs and Puppies $250.00-$350.00
Large Mature Dogs (7 year and older) $177.00
Find your new best friend and help other animals still at the shelter!
You can also drop off your donations at COHO Liquidation in Mount Vernon or Sedro-Woolley. Items needed include: canned or dry food, dog/cat toys, collars, leashes, blankets, nail clippers, brushes, combs, Kuranda dog beds, fleece cat beds, bully bones and treats, kitten formula, paper towels, dryer sheets, reams of copy paper, cleaning supplies, postage stamps, gas cards, dish soap, office supplies.
Like a good brother, Kenny protected his sister, Kimmy, and tried to make life outdoors an adventure. When she decided enough was enough, he agreed and was more than happy to seek shelter with us while the two of them search for their special human.
She swore she would never spend another winter outside and came to us for help, bringing her brother, Kenny, along for the ride. They’re trading crawling under houses for cuddling up on couches and you could be just the lucky human to make their domestic dreams come true!
Yogi still needs to be neutered, but has a lot of great qualities, 1 year and 3 months ; surrendered by his owner due to separation anxiety and living in a small apartment. He seems to be in good health. Previous owner states that he is outgoing, friendly, playful, watch dog and companion dog. He says that is somewhat housebroken. He is compatible with men, women, children of all ages, other dogs and cats (this will be determined after a shelter dog evaluation). He does not like to be alone. He knows the commands sit, come, paw/wait for food, lay down. He still has some puppy behaviors that he will need someone to help him become a good big boy.
Bliss - She’s waited her whole life to be asked one question- who is a good girl? She’s practiced and studied and she’s 100% paws-itive (ha! See what we did there?) that the answer is HER. She’s a good girl; and we wholeheartedly agree.
Buster - Billed as “The Fastest Wags in the West”, Buster has toured the countryside, melting hearts and inspiring minds with his wind-milling, wonderous wags. Don’t miss your chance to see for yourself!