Pets of the Week

February 20, 2020


Our picks are:

Koe, Tennessee & Sandy

This week the Burleson Animal Shelter is featuring dogs that have been adopted and then returned. Adopting a dog is always exciting, but sometimes the relationship doesn't last for a variety of reasons.

๐—ง๐—ฒ๐—ป๐—ป๐—ฒ๐˜€๐˜€๐—ฒ๐—ฒ has a very specific set of needs for his perfect-fit home: No dogs, no cats and no small children (because of his size and strength.) He would also benefit from having a large play area or yard to run off his boundless energy. He's a very sweet boy that loves people but he has been returned to the shelter because he was escaping and running toward areas with heavy vehicular traffic. Please keep this in mind if you are considering saving this sweetheart.

๐—ฆ๐—ฎ๐—ป๐—ฑ๐˜† has been returned numerous times because of her energy level and need for attention. Potential adopters should be dedicated to spending quality playtime with her on a daily basis. She is a great family dog, very protective of her people, housebroken and crate-trained.

๐—ž๐—ผ๐—ฒ is a puppy and comes with all the wonderful joys of puppyhood. He came back to us due to the fact that he did not get along with the other pets in the household. He is very smart, inquisitive and playful.

You can meet these pups and all their furry friends at the Burleson Animal Shelter. There's a story behind every face here and we are happy to share them with you. Come see us!










 


























Find out How You Can Adopt
To find out how you can adopt an animal, or to view other animals available for adoption, go to the Adoptions page. Sign up for email notifications when new pets are listed on this page. And, check out all of the adoptable pet pictures on the Burleson Animal Shelter Facebook page.

Legal Contract
All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter. All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter.