Pups need a home this holiday season
The Humane Society of Douglas County is receiving a litter of puppies just in time for the holidays.
"We're expecting about 17 Lab mix, German Shepard mix and Dachshund puppies on Dec. 11," said Sheila Keup, executive director of the humane society. "They'll be arriving from Texas and seek loving homes."
The puppies won't be available for adoption right away but people can stop by and take a peek.
The Humane Society of Douglas County provides shelter, medical care and adoption services to abandoned, lost and misplaced animals. We provide services for approximately 1,000 animals each year from the city of Superior and Douglas County. Every animal that is adopted from the shelter is dewormed, vaccinated and given immediate medical attention when necessary. All animals are vet checked, spayed or neutered, micro chipped and temperament tested before being adopted.
For more information, contact Beth Swanson, (715) 398-6784 or firstname.lastname@example.org.