BAHS Pets of the Week: April 10

Posted at 8:47 AM, Apr 13, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-13 09:47:38-04

Meet our Pets of the Week from the Bay Area Humane Society. 

If you're interested in adopting any of them, just contact the Bay Area Humane Society, at (920) 469-3110.

The main shelter is open from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

You're welcome to stop in and visit or ask questions about any of the available animals.

Private Ryan

My name is Private Ryan - my siblings and I were born after our mom was saved as a stray and the rescue quickly found out she was pregnant. I'm an independent bunny and although I don't mind being handled, I'd much rather be on my own to explore my surroundings. Romaine lettuce and cilantro are my favorite snacks, so I'm hoping my new family will buy them for me. Please stop by and visit me so that you can fall in love with me and adopt me!

Dogo Argentino
Hi my name is Dogo. to BAHS with my siblings, but we weren't big enough to be adopted so we went to foster homes. I really enjoy cuddling and am super soft and adorable! I also like eating spinach and carrots. Chewing up old newspaper is one of my favorite things when I'm alone, make sure I have some so I don't chew on other things. I hate being locked up in a cage, I am litter box trained and I like to roam around a big room. Come meet me today and make me a part of your family so I can hop around free.
Two Tone
Hey there, I am Two Tone! Nice to meet you. I just love being around people, getting pets, and playing with TOYS! I am a sweet, gentle, mild-mannered gentleman. I just love other dogs and would make a great companion for your other four-legged friends at home. I am a star in the running program here, so I can even help you get on track for that beach body! I love to go on adventures with my peeps and then crash on the couch. All-around, I'm a pretty stellar guy and I'd love to meet you so that you can fall in love with me (you just can't help it)!

BAHS Staff Note: We recommend that Two Tone has a dog meet before going home just to make sure he gets along well with his new dog sibling(s)! Since Two Tone is slightly touch sensitive with fast movements near his head so we recommend that he goes home with older children who understand how to give him attention appropriately.