HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - For the second year in a row, Huntsville Animal Services is partnering with the Huntsville Historic Preservation Commission (HHPC) to help find forever homes for four long-time shelter dogs.
In celebration of Huntsville History Month and upcoming Halloween festivities, four very special pups did some early trick-or-treating in the Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points Historic Districts.
Hayes, Clopton, Chilly and Pi are all available for adoption at Huntsville Animal Services and are hoping their spooky, seasonal photo shoot will help them find their forever homes.
“Our historic districts go all out with spooky decorations and we saw an opportunity to showcase those houses while helping Animal Services find forever homes for Huntsville’s shelter dogs,” Stamps said. “Find your BOO! was successful last year in finding homes for all four dogs within a few short days, and we hope to continue that tradition this year.”
Dr. Karen Sheppard, Director of Huntsville Animal Services, said the four dogs featured in the “Find your BOO” campaign are especially deserving of loving forever homes and have had to overcome medical and other hardships.
Pi originally came to the shelter with a flea allergy and missing fur but is currently being treated for the allergy and is flea-free. His foster parents are teaching him new tricks, and he is highly food motivated, so treats are welcome! Animal ID# 515333.
He is also deaf, but that doesn’t slow him down! Since he has been in the shelter, Hayes has gained weight and is being treated for his hair loss, which looks so much better! Being a senior dog, he would be so happy to have a safe home where he can relax and enjoy life.
Clopton has an old eye injury which has not impacted his enthusiasm about having fun and enjoying people. His adoption fee is only $10 for the “Find your BOO” special promotion. Animal ID# 519632
Chilly is an energetic, medium sized, young adult neutered male. He is great with dogs and cats and exudes happiness. Chilly is very engaging with people but would prefer living with adults and older children.
Learn more about how to help Animal Services find forever homes for these four long-timers and all dogs at the Shelter by visiting HuntsvilleAL.gov/Animal.