Maci took her freedom ride last month, and she’s a great example of what love and care can do for an animal.
Her family told us, “She is spoiled and rotten.”
Maxx was adopted two weeks ago, and his new family let us know how he has been doing since then.
“He made the trip home to Michigan like a champ (slept the entire way) and is settling in very well.
“He’s learning the routine of the house quickly, loves his toys and playing with his new big sister.
“He’s just the sweetest little soul, and everyone who meets him falls in love. “Thanks for connecting me with this lovely little boy. 😊”
Thank you for adopting Maxx from the Clinton County Humane Society!
Bristol's life is sooooo much better now that he is in his new home, sleeping soundly, surrounded by love.
Abandoned in the country as a little pup, he was adopted a few weeks ago from our rescue organization (shelter name: Copper) by the perfect human family for him, and he also has a big brother, Memphis, a redbone coonhound.
Hunting dogs are extra hard to adopt in our area, so we are thrilled that Bristol is with people who understand the characteristics of his breed and treat him like part of the family.
His family told us: "Bristol follows Memphis around the house and likes to lay next to him to chew on bones. We are working on the potty training. It’s been going fairly well so far since Bristol is highly motivated by praise and pieces of his puppy food."
Thank you so much for adopting Bristol from the Clinton County Humane Society!