Adoptable Dogs


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Pet Name   Duke
Sex   Male
Age   13 months
Spayed/Neutered   Not Neutered
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   German Shepherd X
Additional Information   Duke is also a very new resident at the Humboldt SPCA. *He isn’t ready for adoption yet as he still needs to get neutered.* He is up to date on his vaccines. He is friendly and seems good with other dogs. He also needs some practice with his manners/commands, as well as, walking on his leash.
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Molly
Sex   Female
Age   3 years
Spayed/Neutered   Not Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   No
Booster   No
Breed   Lab X
Additional Information   Molly had our most recent batch of pups about 9 weeks ago! She’s an absolute sweetheart! Walks great on her leash and knows sit. *She still needs some time to heal and then needs to get spayed, before she’s available for adoption.* She’s up to date on her vaccines. She loves people!
Date Available   Immediately
Pet Name   Sheba
Sex   Female
Age   6 years
Spayed/Neutered   Spayed
First Shots   Yes
Second Shots   Yes
Booster   Yes
Breed   Rottie
Additional Information   About 5-6 years old. Very friendly. Walks well on her leash.
Date Available   Immediately

About Dogs

Dogs were first domesticated by cavemen in the Palaeolithic age and gradually developed (or were bred) into the breeds known today.

Dogs are highly social animals and this similarity in their overall behavioral pattern accounts for their trainability, playfulness, and ability to fit into human households and social situations. This similarity has earned dogs a unique position in the realm of interspecies relationships. The loyalty and devotion that dogs demonstrate as part of their natural instincts as pack animals closely mimics the human idea of love and friendship, leading many dog owners to view their pets as full fledged family members.

Dogs naturally have a wonderful sense of smell. They have many more sensory 'smelling' cells than a man's 5,000,000. A Dachshund has 125,000,000, a Fox Terrier 147,000,000 and an Alsation (often used as a 'sniffer' dog) has 220,000,000.