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Pet of the Week: Frankie

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Pet of the Week: Frankie

Clearwater,  FL -  Our Pet of the Week is Frankie a 9 year old Dachshund. He is a little fellow with a big personality. He made his way to HSP a victim of the economy when his family could no longer afford his care. Frankie is on medication that controls his seizures.

Despite his little size, Frankie is said to be the boss of the house. He gets along with other dogs as long as he can maintain his 'King of the World' title. He is completely house trained and knows his basic commands. He gets along with older children that like to play, he enjoys going for walks and will gladly cuddle up next to you for some quiet time.

PET ID: A12088660

 Pet of the Week: Laney

Laney is a beautiful medium sized 1 year old domestic short haired all black cat. She has piercing yellow eyes. She is a very sweet kitty who enjoys getting her face rubbed but she isn't pushy in her quest for attention. She doesn't care for much rowdyness and will retreat to her bed when things get too busy for her liking.

Laney was brought to the shelter because her owners could no longer care for her. She is on a special prescription diet called Z/D for allergies. Although we do not know how she acts in a home, we can imagine her as a great companion for a senior person or couple who will share her appreciation for quality quiet time.

ID: 10425208

Visit http://www.humanesocietyofpinellas.org/ for more information.

Location:

Human Society of Pinellas

3040 State Road 590

Clearwater, Florida

A note from The Humane Society of Pinellas. The Humane Society of Pinellas is dedicated to serving the community through the compassionate care of all animals. We are a nonprofit animal shelter that cares for over 300 animals daily. We provide lifesaving services to our community's sick, injured, abused and abandoned pets and wildlife. We accept and care for animals in need, injured, abandoned, orphaned, stray pets and wildlife and provide emergency ambulance service to injured animals. We conduct cruelty investigations within our jurisdiction and when necessary, prosecute these cases in close cooperation with local police and health authorities. We are not supported by tax dollars. We get our funds through adoption fees, contracts with municipalities and donations from caring animal lovers like you. You can also check out the Humane Society of The United States at http://www.humanesociety.org

 

 

 

 

Humane Society of Pinellas

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