Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week

Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week

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6-year-old domestic shorthair mix
Sweet and gentle Duke came to the shelter when his owner could no longer care for him. Duke is a shy guy who finds all the changes in his life a bit unsettling. In spite of it all, Duke remains a nice fellow who welcomes gentle strokes of his soft fur and chin scratches. Duke may take a little time to adjust to his new home, but once he is settled in, Duke is sure to be a wonderful companion and friend. Totally endearing and waiting patiently for you, come meet Duke!

9-month-old pit bull mixHoku

Hoku is a fun, and silly teenage dog. She came to us pretty shy, and shut-down, but has blossomed into a great pup. She is a favorite in shelter dog class, and has proven to be smart and food motivated. She is working on her basic obedience, and would do great continuing in training classes with you. She is a teenage dog, so clear consistent boundaries are important during this time of learning. She will also need daily mental and physical stimulation - which is important for every dog, but vital for this girl.
The Anti-Cruelty Society is located at 510 N LaSalle, Chicago, IL 60654.

Adoption Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12pm - 7pm & Sat.-Sun. 12pm - 5pm

Visit www.anticruelty.org/adoptioninfo/ for adoption information.

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    Tatiana grew up with dogs, cats, hamsters, parrots, rabbits, guinea pigs, and an iguana… just to name a few pets. She began her professional career with animals in 1995 at Brookfield Zoo. Tatiana has studied wild dolphins in Australia and rescued wildlife in Florida, but she always says that people are truly at the heart of her work. The welfare of people and animals is connected through a shared environment and the same traits of empathy and compassion that make someone a good pet owner also simply make people better neighbors and citizens. If it walks, hops, or slithers, Tatiana cares about it. She currently oversees the Humane Education programs at The Anti-Cruelty Society, hosts "Chicago Tails" on Watch312.com, and is a Guest Blogger for Tails Inc.

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