Senior pets at shelters need homes
By adopting a senior pet, you are giving it a home where it can live out its last months/years comfortably, knowing they are loved.
Older dogs usually come trained and understand at basic commands. Most older dogs are already potty-trained and have mastered the basic commands such as “sit,” “stay,” “come,” and “down.” Adopting an already-trained dog will save you a lot of time and energy that you’d normally have to dedicate towards training a young dog.
Search for senior pets by visiting the Citrus County Animal Services web site http://www.citruscritters.com/
Donations are always needed.
Hard Rubber Dog Balls
Contact: Animal Services 746-8400 for more information.
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