PETS OF THE WEEK: Feb. 2, 2012
Published 5:41 pm Saturday, January 31, 2015
During the month of February our local veterinarian hospitals will conduct spaying and neutering procedures at reduced rates for cats and dogs.
The spay and neuter clinics will be conducted Feb. 2 through Feb. 28.
Appointments, prior to the operation, are necessary and they are being taken now. Call to make your appointment at one of the following hospitals: Chocowinity Veterinary Hospital, 252-946-9000; Pamlico Animal Hospital, 252-946-2834; Tar River Animal Hospital, 252-946-2417.
In addition to the reduced rates, the Humane Society of Beaufort County will give financial assistance where necessary. Offer is open to residents of Beaufort County; for more information, call 252-946-1591.
Those interested in adopting a pet should inquire at the Betsy Bailey Nelson Animal Control Facility, 3931 U.S. Highway 264 East, from 1 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturdays. Because of overcrowded conditions, the animals listed are only available as indicated.
All adoptions are on a first-come, first-served basis. To see more animals available for adoption, visit www.petango.com/beaufortcountyNC, visit ENC Shelter Dogs and ENC Shelter Cats on Facebook or call 252-946-4517 for more information. The Humane Society of Beaufort County can also be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BeaufortCountyNCHumaneSociety.
So handsome to see, so cuddly to hold, so loyal a friend — that’s our Prince.
He’s an 18-month-old male, domestic shorthair with a calm and dignified nature. We just love this sweet boy with the huge, heart-melting emerald eyes. He wants to be loved and cared for and, in exchange, he promises to bring years of joyful companionship to his forever family. Prince is available through Saturday at the shelter.
Affectionate, loving, friendly Rose, is our 5-month-old fawn and white, Boxer-mix puppy. She’s a smart, funloving cuddler who loves attention and tummy rubs. One of this breed’s most notable characteristics is its desire for human affection, especially from children. They are patient and spirited with children, but also protective, making them a popular choice for families. The Boxer requires little grooming, but needs daily exercise. Rose is available through Saturday at the shelter.