Furry Friday

The following animals are available for adoption.  If you find an animal you’d like to adopt please contact the organization directly.  Lowell’s First Look does not assist with the adoption process.  And if you’re looking to add to your family and don’t see an animal below, each organization has additional animals looking for new homes.   Pet profiles and photos are provided by each organization.

Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary

Those involved with Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary take pride in finding the right home for dogs in their care. Here are their pets of the week. 

Tiny is a a professional lapdog and the sweetest love bug! Tiny came to MAS after her owner passed away. She has loved everyone that she has met, and is eager and excited to make new friends. She loves to run and play, and is happy to take breaks and cuddle. She did well on her cat introduction, and has done well with dogs as well.

DOB: 7/19/2017

Tiny 1

Hi my name is Cookie, they say my name suites me because I’m so sweet! Once I warm up to you, I love booty scratches and snuggles. I love playing with kids and I don’t mind cats, I can be pretty choosy about my canine friends, so I may be happiest as the only pup at first.

DOB – 11/26/2018

Cookie, an adoptable Pug & Labrador Retriever Mix in Lake Odessa, MI_image-1

Hearts of Hope Dog Rescue

Hearts of Hope Dog Rescue look to find dogs and sometimes cats in their care forever homes with the help of foster homes.  Here are their pets of the week. 

Myra is an adorable one year old pittie mix ready to live her best life. She’s fully grown at just 35 lbs. She came to us scared and quickly turned into a bouncy happy wiggle butt. We don’t know anything about her past, but she needs an owner with time to train and socialize her because she hasn’t been given the attention and time a puppy needs. She’s currently working on not jumping, house and crate training. Myra takes cuddling to the next level, she’s extremely affectionate and sweet. She loves to eat, likes toys and bones. She’s currently living with several other dogs of different sizes and does well with them, but doesn’t need another dog in her home because she loves to be the center of attention. We aren’t sure, but we suspect she would be a cat chaser. She aims to please, so she could likely learn to leave them alone. We haven’t seen her around kids so we really can’t say either way. Myra would prefer someone she can spend a lot of time with who will never abandon her. She promises to be the world’s greatest snuggle buddy! Her adoption fee is $250. If you’re interested in Myra, please submit an adoption application at: https://rescueofhope.com/adoptable-pets/

Duke is a 40 pound, 2 year old Husky/Australian Shepherd Mix who came to our Rescue from our good friends at Montcalm County Animal Control. He is a very smart and affectionate boy who loves to keep busy. He would do best in a more active home that will give him the time and attention he needs to continue to flourish. He would prefer someone that is home most of the day, but if left alone he does very well unsupervised – except that one time he spent $400 at Chewy and added Hulu and HBO subscriptions – but he’s so cute he was forgiven almost immediately. He loves kids and dogs; he’s very well socialized, and he loves to play, explore and make his humans laugh – and love them. Duke is neutered, microchipped and up to date on shots. His adoption fee is $250.  To adopt Duke apply at www.rescueofhope.com/adoption-application

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