Pet of the Week – Daisy (A207957)

Here is the Mix 103.1 Pet of the Week:

Daisy (A207957)

Daisy (A207957)

Please meet Daisy, an adult, spayed female, Doberman Pinscher mix. Well-mannered, intelligent and focused, this beautiful girl wants to please. She’s easy to walk and handle, attentive, and enjoys being with people. She will fetch and catch tennis balls, sits nicely for treats, and makes a pleasant walking and sitting pal. Calm, quiet and lovable! Daisy can be adopted for $72, as she is already spayed, which includes her MOA dog license, vaccinations, and microchip.

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Pet of the Week – Gizmo (A207835)

Here is the Alaska Dispatch News Dog Blog Pet of the Week:

Gizmo (A207835)

Gizmo (A207835)

Please meet Gizmo, a 2 year old, spayed female, Rotti mix. Active, energetic, but attentive and easy-going, this good-natured girl is alert and playful. She enjoys interacting with people, and likes playing fetch and tug with rope toys. She’s affectionate and tolerant, has lived with kids to 7 years old, and with a small dog–did great with all. Sits politely for treats, rides fine in the car, is kennel-trained, and used to 1 to 2 hours of exercise a day. A pleasant companion for walks, playtime, and just spending time together. Gizmo can be adopted for $72, as she is already spayed, which includes her MOA dog license, vaccinations, and microchip.

Pet of the Week – Patches (A165479)

UPDATE 8/27:  Patches has been adopted!

Here is the KFAT 92.9 / Wolf 96.3 Pet of the Week:

Patches (A165479)

Patches (A165479)

Here is Patches, a 4 year old, spayed female, domestic longhair mix cat. Patches story has hit a sad chapter, as her previous owner passed away, but we are hoping it will have a happy ending in a new home soon! Patches has an exceptionally gentle and quiet temperament. This lovely kitty prefers petting to playing. Patches will most likely prefer a quiet adult home and where she can be your one and only. She has silky, soft fur that you will love to pet. A giver of head bumps and chirps, she is sure to steal your heart! Previously front declawed. Patches can be adopted for only $47, which includes her microchip and vaccinations.

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Pet of the Week – Mariah (A207180)

Here is the Mix 103.1 Pet of the Week:

Mariah (A207180)

Mariah (A207180)

Please meet Mariah, an adult, spayed female, domestic mediumhair cat. Mariah has an incredibly sweet and gentle personality. She is quite shy at first meeting, though responds quickly to gentle handling and pets, and is getting braver each day. She especially enjoys having her chin scratched! She will meow hello when you visit! Precious and lovely!  Pretty Mariah is now waiting for a family to gain her trust and love. Mariah can be adopted for $62, as she is already spayed, which includes her vaccinations and microchip.

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Pet of the Week – Layla (A207281) & Panther (A207279)

UPDATE 8/27:  Layla and Panther have been adopted together!

UPDATE 8/22:  Did you miss Layla and Panther on KTVA’s Daybreak this morning?  Well check out their spot here!

Here are the KTVA Channel 11 News Pets of the Week:

Layla (A207281)

Layla (A207281)

Layla and Panther will be featured tomorrow morning on the KTVA Daybreak Show!

Panther (A207279)

Panther (A207279)

We have a sweet, young pair for you to meet today! Layla and Panther are 2 year old best friends that have lived their whole life together and would like to be adopted together. Layla is the brown tabby female. Pather is the gray and white neutered male. Layla has a gentle and very loving temperament. She is initially shy, though enjoys any petting and attention. Panther has an affectionate and sweet temperament, and the more outgoing of the pair. Panther and Layla are content to keep each other company when you are not home. Purrfect instant family! Thanks to support from the Alaska SPCA, Layla and Panther can be adopted for one adoption fee of $62, which includes both of their vaccinations and microchips.

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Looking for Litter Box Success Stories!

Have you had a cat with litterbox issues? Were you able to solve them? Then we want your stories! Many cats are surrendered to the shelter each year due to solvable litter box issues. We are looking for litter box success stories to share with others. Did your cat have a urinary tract infection? Did she not like the first litter you tried? Did the plastic box liner bother him? Whatever your litter box success story, we’d love to hear it! Send your story, along with a photo of your cat to ACCS@muni.org, or post it to our FB page, www.facebook.com/AnchorageAnimalCareAndControl.  Thank you!

Photo by k.faulkner@me.com.  Thinkstock

Photo by k.faulkner@me.com. Thinkstock

 

Pet of the Week – Alfred (A207729)

UPDATE 8/22:  Alfred has been adopted!

Here is the Anchorage Daily News Dog Blog Pet of the Week:

Alfred (A207729)

Alfred (A207729)

 Here is Alfred, an adult, male, pit bull mix. Alert, focused and attentive, Alfred is active and curious, intelligent, and likes to explore, but is gentle and eager to please. Knows basic commands (including “shake”), enjoys chasing balls, going on walks and outings, and interacting with people. A fine all-around companion! Alfred can be adopted for $152, which includes his neuter deposit, MOA dog license, vaccinations, and microchip.

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