Reba is a senior pup, Henry loves children and Ranger is a 2-year-old husky. All three are looking to be rescued from the Daviess County Animal Shelter. Can you help give them a second chance at life? Meet them here.

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The Daviess County Animal Shelter has MANY pups that need a furever home. Don't you agree that they deserve a loving family to call their own? These dogs need to be adopted or rescued and you'll change their lives furever. This is heartbreaking, so please let's DO this!

Read the bios for each dog BEFORE inquiring to be sure they would be a good fit for your home. Also, submit an adoption application before reaching out to the shelter. If you see that perfect pup, don't wait as it's urgent that they get adopted as soon as possible.

NOW, let's meet these beautiful souls and see if you find that perfect match for your family! Ranger is a standout for sure. He melts my dog-loving heart! Miss Reba too. I can't resist those sad eyes. And, sweet Henry. What this beautiful pup has been through. They ALL deserve a chance at life. They didn't ask to be born and then tossed away like they don't matter. They DO matter and maybe you can help! I pray for you, your decision, and, of course, their sweet souls.

Friends of Daviess County Animal Shelter

Meet Ranger

Ranger is a 2-year-old husky. He is a very active dog. He LOVES people and he LOVES water! He does NOT like other dogs. He cannot be adopted to a home with other dogs.

He is heartworm positive. It is mandatory for him to be treated. If adopted and the adopter is local he can be treated at the shelter at no extra cost. However, if not local it will be at your expense at your own vet. This beautiful boy is a shelter favorite!

His adoption fee is $100. He is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines.

Shelter Volunteer, Angie Padgett shared, "He is a favorite of mine! So fun and playful. Loves his toys and the water!" She also shared a fun video of Ranger playing in the pool!

Friends of Daviess County Animal Shelter

Meet Reba

Reba is a senior lady that was found wandering all alone in the County. She appears to be around 10-12 years old.

Reba does well with people and other dogs but she will need a home with no small children. She has not been cat tested yet. This dignified lady needs a home where she can go on easy short walks and enjoy the comfort of a nice soft bed. She is ready for a retirement home and will be the best companion.

She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. She is also heartworm negative. Her adoption fee is just $25.

Friends of Daviess County Animal Shelter

Meet Henry

This petite pyr mix boy, Henry, is looking for his new forever home. He weighs 45 pounds. He is calm, quiet, and well-mannered. He loves children of all ages. He does well with cats and females dogs of any size and small male dogs.

He has always been an inside dog. Like any dog, he will need time to adjust to a new home. He does not do well in a crate so he will need to be crate trained properly so he sees it as a positive experience.

His adoption fee is $25. He is neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and is heartworm negative. He is a shelter favorite due to his charming personality.

Friends of Daviess County Animal Shelter

Here's what shelter volunteer, Angie Padgett had to say about Henry."We love him. He is such a great boy! Walks well on a leash, loves treats and lots of love!" Volunteer, Kristi Hettenhausen-Harrison added. "He thinks he is a lap dog! He deserves the best home, so sweet and calm."

Help the Daviess County Animal Shelter

Don't forget that the shelter always needs donations. Beyond monetary donations, you can always drop off dog or cat food. Cat litter, dog beds, food/water dishes, treats, along with towels and blankets. You can always reach out to the shelter to see what's needed the MOST at any given moment. Becoming a shelter volunteer is also a great way to give back and help save lives. Tour the shelter and get more information today!

Remember that anything that you give to the Daviess County Animal Shelter is also a tax write-off for you.

Daviess County Animal Shelter
Owensboro Ky

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