Meet Gage, a 1-year-old black Labrador mix. Gage was surrendered by his owner to a local impound. How do you know Gage is amazing? Easy. He is crate trained, housebroken, does really well on walks and he even knows a few tricks. He can sit, lay down, shake, and even high-five. He still has puppy energy and likes to play, but if you give him a tennis ball and a fenced in yard he can amuse himself for a long time. He does well with cats, other dogs, and midsize kids (he likes toddlers but doesn’t realize how big he is when he tries to lick their face). He loves rope toys and Kong chew toys. And, lucky for you, Gage knows the difference between dog toys and shoes. He is a very smart boy who loves being pet and playing with people and other dogs. Gage would absolutely be a great addition to any home. His adoption fee is $325 plus tax (adoption fee includes age appropriate vaccinations, heart worm testing, microchip, and spay/neuter surgery).
Meet Martha, a grey 3-year-old domestic shorthair. She enjoys cuddling up in blankets and getting attention from our volunteers. She is shy at first, but sweet and totally gorgeous. We don’t know her full history, but Martha may be part Russian Blue. We are certain that she is a beautiful silver girl. She is on a special diet (we will send some food with her when adopted), but is otherwise healthy and ready for her forever family. Her adoption fee is $100 plus tax (adoption fee includes age appropriate vaccinations, FIV/FeLV test, microchip, and spay/neuter surgery). Martha is a part of our “Teacher’s Pet” promotion. Now until Sept. 12 take $50 off any “Teacher’s Pet” cats. Fill out an adoption application during the promotion to receive a discount on this cat’s adoption fee. She is ready to go home with you today. Martha is currently at the Cat Adoption Center in downtown Chaska.
These and other friendly pets are available for adoption through Carver-Scott Humane Society. All adoptable pets are checked for temperament, up-to-date on shots, vet-checked, spayed/neutered, and micro-chipped. To start the adoption process or check out the list of animals available for adoption, visit the Carver Scott Humane Society website: carverscotths.org.