|Willow (Mod Squad)|
Are you looking for a buddy that can help you stay warm and active this winter? Well meet Willow! This 10-month-old Great Pyrenees mix is ready for this cold weather and loves going on adventures outside with her people. Although she's almost 70 pounds, she still has that puppy spirit and is learning about manners and being an overall good doggo, so the Kentucky Humane Society behavior team has been working with her. Our behavior team reports that Willow is high energy, smart and play motivated, and she enjoys learning new things. Willow loves to keep busy and would do well as a dog with a job or with an active family that can keep her body and mind engaged. She's enjoyed the company of some other dogs but has been selective so she will need to meet any potential doggy siblings. She has not lived with cats although she's very interested in kitties she sees while out on walks. She would be best in a home without cats. Willow is approved to go home with children ages 10 and up. Willow is spayed, micro-chipped, and up to date on vaccinations. Submit your application to meet Willow today!
This animal is a student in our Behavior Modification program. As part of our program, some of our canine friends have the opportunity to learn a few more skills before they are placed in homes. This also allows our staff to learn more about each animal's individual personality and needs. The goal of the Behavior Modification program is for these dogs to be adopted into appropriate homes with behavior counseling and support. An appointment is necessary to meet and adopt this animal.
If you are interested in meeting them, please first submit an online adoption application located at www.kyhumane.org/dog-app. Once we have received your adoption application, our behavior team will follow up and provide you with more information. You can also email [email protected] for more info.
Did you know that every Kentucky Humane Society adoptable dog and cat comes with 30 days of health insurance through PetFirst Health Insurance? Ask an adoption counselor for details.