Shane is a large, exhuberant guy who is excited about life in general! He's a handsome guy with a beautiful, rich brown and white coat. He's had a little training in the past and knows SIT, DOWN and DROP. But he needs a refresher course on potty training. Some consistancy and a crate to call his own will put Shane on a path to success.
Hi there! My name is Lester and I'm a sweet and adorable four-year-old tabby. Not arrogant. It isn't arrogance if it's true. I'm a chatty "one-size-fits-all" kind of kitty, which means I have no age restrictions. And when it comes to style and good looks, orange is the new black.
Mimi was transferred to ACL from another shelter. This sweet girl has a very low-key demeanor. She is very affectionate and would make a wonderful lap cat. It takes her a little longer to adjust than the more outgoing felines, but she is worth the wait.
Cleo is a gorgeous girl that has a zest for life. She is a young happy dog that loves to play. She gets along great with other dogs her size and leaps into the air with joy. If you want a fun companion just in time for the warm weather, she is the girl for you. She loves to go outside for walks. Because she likes to play rough, this vigorous youngster will need a home with children over 10 years old.
Come visit Chip at the Shelter! Chip is smart and knows a few of his commands, his foster mom reports he's completely housebroken and he promises to spice up the life of his new owner. He does bark indoors when he hears people outside so an apartment or condo probably wouldn't be an ideal place for Chip.
Every good pup just wants to please and needs a little direction. Gretchen Decker with the help of Luigi from the Animal Care League walks you through some basic commands to help control and build confidence in your dog.
Everyone loves a puppy. How could you not? They're sweet, adorable and affectionate little bundles of energy. Training your puppy early can help the dog lead a happy and healthy life. Teaching young puppies some basics like sitting and attention will help in the long run when they are bigger. The more positive experiences they have when they are younger, the more easily they will embrace new things when they mature.