Sandy is less than a year old and is believed to be a border collie mix. She was found roaming Brown’s Market. She is good with people, children and other dogs. Shelter workers suggested that Sandy would make a good companion for someone with a more active lifestyle.
Socks is a Labrador mix and estimated to be a year and a half old. He is good with people, dogs and children. Shelter workers suggest he would be calmer with plenty of walks. Socks loves to play and has plenty of energy to run off.
Ricky is estimated to be another year and a half old Lab mix. He is good with children and adults and gets along fine with other dogs. He is an avid attention seeker and finds it necessary to greet everyone in the room when given the chance.
Puppy is a 13-year-old pitbull mix. She is spaded. She is also good with children and people. Shelter workers suggest that she live in a one-dog home as she can be grumpy with other animals. She has no problem greeting multiple individuals. Puppy does not have some of the energy of younger dogs and has the potential to be an enthusiastic companion.
The Gallia County K-9 Shelter is always looking out to provide loving homes to the dogs in its care. Any family or individual looking to acquire a dog need only call. The shelter can be contacted at (740) 441-0207. The Gallia County K-9 Shelter will also be holding an adoption event June 13 at Rural King in Gallipolis from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.