OrilliaMatters, in partnership with the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
Hey there, my name is Blue and I am a three-year-old Shepherd/Husky cross. I have a lot of energy and I love to learn new things. Going for long walks and playing outside are my two favourite things, aside from spending time with humans and other dogs. I’m always excited to make new friends!
I was a bit nervous to come into the Orillia Animal Shelter, but after a few days I came out of my shell. The staff noticed that I don’t like to share my food so they have worked with me to improve my behavior.
I’m still not 100 per cent keen on sharing yet, but I’m much better than I was. I’m hoping for a home that has lots of time and patience to help me live up to my potential, because I have a ton of it.
Everyone keeps using the word “obedient” to describe me, which I guess means I’m good at listening and learning new things. I will do anything for treats!
Like I said before, I’m great with people and with other canines, but I don’t like cats at all. I am looking for a person or a family that have lots of time to spend with me, and preferably a fenced in backyard so I can run and play to burn off my energy. Come visit me today on the adoption floor at the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre. I’m looking forward to meeting you!
To view other animals available for adoption, please visit: www.ontariospca.ca
All SPCA Orillia Animal Centre dog and cat adoptions include the animal’s spay or neuter surgery, microchip implant, vaccines, deworming/flea treatments, and a complimentary exam by a Veterinarian in the area.
Interested in adopting from the SPCA Orillia Animal Centre? Visit us at 467 West Street North in Orillia to meet our animals and to fill out an adoption application. You can also visit www.meetyourmatch.ontariospca.
For questions about adopting, volunteering, or donating, please give us a call at 705-325-1304 or email us at email@example.com.
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To see past featured creatures who may still need adopting click here.