Losing a pet is a very emotional thing. It's really important that all animals have identification so they can be returned to their owners.
An I.D. tag on your pet's collar is the easiest method. Pets can also be microchipped. Many humane societies and veterinarians have a scanner which identifies if an animal has a microchip.
If you have any questions, please call the Rutland County Humane Society at 483-6700.
9 year old. Spayed Female. Black American Shelter Dog.
When I was a pup, my family had taken me in from a neighbor and I’ve had an adventure filled life with them. I enjoyed swimming and hiking and about two years ago a baby joined the family and he was kind of fun too. Most of all, though, I enjoyed hanging out with my best friend Cleo and I’m really glad she is here with me. Mostly because she really needs me and is very anxious and upset when I’m not around. The folks who work here are very interested in seeing us go to a new home together because they know how much Cleo needs me.
1 year old. Neutered Male. Medium Haired Brown & White American Shelter Dog.
I am a dog’s dog. I just love other dogs and they’re the only thing I’ve found that can keep up with me. I am a handsome, lively dog with an unknown past that has left me with some emotional scars. They’re not obvious but under stress or when I’m afraid I have tried to bite so that people will leave me alone. Most of the time, I’m easy-going and affectionate with people I know.
1 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Short Hair Black & White.
Boy, what a whirlwind lately. I arrived at the shelter in June as a stray after I was found wandering around the streets of Rutland. Luckily I have these neat extra toes that were good for walking. I needed all the extra help I could get. I am a small kitty but I have a large personality and I think you will be pleasantly surprised when you meet me.