Pets For Adoption At Western Arizona Humane Society

Pets For Adoption At Western Arizona Humane Society
Rick Powell / 04 Aug 2017 / No Comments » Comments

The Western Arizona Human Society Animal Shelter is a temporary home to many furry friends like the ones below in search of forever homes. If you would like further information on these animals or any other possible pets offered for adoption at the WAHS shelter, call 928-855-5083.


Cool Joe. photo courtesy W.A.H.S


This is Cool Joe. He is a 2-year-old, neutered male, Pit/Mastiff mix. He was surrendered because His owner can’t afford him. Cool Joe is a really good boy that loves to play, sit on the couch and watch movies with his new owners. He is just a big cuddle bug that has been at the Humane Society for eight months.

Hulk. photo courtesy W.A.H.S

This is Hulk. He has at the Western Arizona Humane Society for six months. He is a very sweet 4-year-old, neutered male, border collie mix. Hulk was surrendered because his previous owners didn’t have a fenced yard.

Sunny. photo courtesy W.A.H.S

This is Sunny. He’s a 5-year-old, neutered male, Pit Bull. Sunny has never bitten or scratched anyone. He likes car rides. He does not like swimming or other games. Sunny is afraid of loud noises, other dogs and stick objects. He eats Adult Small Bites and Chicken treats. Sunny has high anxiety. He needs a calm environment.

He’s afraid of other dogs, he loves to cuddle with adults. He gets along with men and women, not toddlers or other animals. He does not like to be groomed and is scared of baths. Sunny is potty trained, but has some accidents. He does not use a doggie door or a crate. He marks his territory, does not jump fences, but is a digger.




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