AGE: Hilo is a distinguished older gentleman, looking for a wonderful home to retire in. At 6 years old, he’s past all the puppy nonsense and ready for a home that will provide him with the attention he craves.
PERSONALITY: Because his previous owner left him alone often, he climbed the fence in search of companionship. So, he will do best in a home where he is not left outside by himself. Crate training is a great alternative.
HIGHLIGHTS: While at the shelter, Hilo has done well with female dogs his size that are social. He is generally well-mannered and enjoys going for walks. He’s perfect for a retired person looking for a sweet, retired companion.
AVAILABLE: At the Jackson County Animal Shelter, 5595 S. Pacific Hwy., between Talent and Phoenix, open 7 days a week.
COST: Hilo’s adoption fee is $95, and includes a free in-home training and a wellness visit at a local veterinarian office. Hilo is neutered.
ONLINE: View adoptable pets via Friends of the Animal Shelter: www.facebook.com/fotas, www.fotas.org or www.petfinder.com
LOST & FOUND: www.petharbor.com or call 541-774-6654.
OTHER RESOURCES: Southern Oregon Humane Society, www.sohumane.org; C.A.T.S., www.kittensandcats.org; Sanctuary One, www.sanctuaryone.org; Spay/Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) — low-cost options; www.spayneuter.org.