Pets

Adopt-a-pet (March 24)

Recently the Kansas Humane Society took in 20 dogs from a shelter in Texas that permanently closed. Many of the dogs have been adopted, including some listed here last week. We’re spotlighting these three Texas dogs still waiting for adoption.

•  Ike the Couch Potato, 5-year-old male Labrador retriever mix.

I was super-shy but my foster mom is proud of me because I have made a ton of progress. I don’t bark, I never have accidents in the house, and when "Mom" is gone, I am free to roam, because I don’t chew or get into things I’m not supposed to. Sudden movements or loud noises startle me, but I’ll be OK after a few minutes. If you’re looking for a low-maintenance, easy-going relationship, I’m your guy! I am in foster care, so call 316-220-8713 if you are interested in learning more about me.

•  Blaze the Wallflower, 8-year-old male Labrador retriever mix.

I’m a shy yet charming canine searching for a patient owner with a relaxed lifestyle. I recently visited a care facility for Project Companionship, and I rode well in the car. I was shy at first but warmed up and ended up being very open to affection from others. Sometimes, I even got frisky and playful like a puppy. I’m really good walking on a leash too. I would appreciate a quiet environment without too much hustle, bustle and noise.

•  Midnight the Wallflower, 7-year-old male Labrador retriever mix.

At my foster home I’m starting to relax, run and enjoy myself. I walk nicely on a leash but as a 7-year-old, I think my best asset is "chilling." I am not rambunctious in the house, and I like being brushed, having my teeth attended to and ears cleaned. Noisy, busy places make me nervous, so I would prefer a quiet home with a crate I can call my own. I am in foster care, so please call 316-220-8713 if you are interested in learning more about me.

Don’t see the pet you want here? Check out the Pet Alert Program at www.kshumane.org. If you’re interested in adopting from the Kansas Humane Society, visit at 3313 N. Hillside, call 316-524-9196 or visit on the web at www.kshumane.org.

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