A chihuahua bred with a German Shepherd? Turns out it’s a great mix.
Bambi’s not exactly a layabout, so she would do best in an active home with people who can keep up with her energy level.
With some dogs, you can tell who they are with one look into their eyes. And that’s the story with Callie, one of many dogs available for adoption through the Michigan Humane Society.
The lovely 5-year-old short-haired cat has a calico tiger coat with white whiskers and a peach-colored nose.
It’s St. Paddy’s Day weekend, which makes it only fitting one of our featured pets of the week has eyes as green as the Emerald Isle.
Penny’s success story isn’t finished yet, because she still doesn’t have a forever home.
The Michigan Humane Society is holding a low-cost pet microchipping clinic this Saturday, March 10, at the Camp Bow Wow training center in St. Clair Shores, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Check out our pets of the week gallery of lovely leaping cats and high energy dogs, all available for adoption at the Michigan Humane Society.
The New Zealand rabbits, who are best friends and love to be handled, are joined in their quest for a new forever home by friendly dogs Alfie, Amy and Arthur.
Marcus and plenty more adorable dogs and cats, kittens and puppies are available for adoption at Michigan Humane Society shelters.