MEET OUR ADOPTABLE DOG FOR DECEMBER—DONUT!

 

adoptable dog

 

Are you are looking to bring a new dog into your home?! Well, look no further and bring home this cute adoptable dog.

You can help change the life of this very deserving dog either by adopting her yourself or sharing her details with your friends!! 

Donut is as sweet as her name suggests. She is about 8 years old and is a terrier mix. She is looking for a family to call her own.

Donut has an amazing personality and is lots of fun. She loves playing with her squeaky toys. Donut also loves car rides and going on adventures. She would love someone who will take her on lots of walks and play with her in the yard. And don’t forget belly rubs…she LOVES belly rubs.

Donut would do best with someone who is a seasoned dog owner and who will provide her all the training she needs. She is dog friendly as long as she gets to be the boss.

 

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Donut is getting spoiled and loved in Fort Mill, SC, and is ready to find her furever home. Please spread the word about this great adoptable dog.

To find out more about Donut, please contact Humane Society of York County! And remember if she gets adopted this month, Dylan & Rainey will match the adoption fees paid for her!

We will keep you updated throughout the month with updates and photos on social media, so make sure to follow us!


Humane Society of York County

The Humane Society of York County is an independent local non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. Their mission is to make sure cats and dogs in York County, SC, and surrounding areas are treated in a humane manner, are rescued, and are placed in loving and forever homes by increasing dog and cat rescues and adoptions; empowering the environment so pet owners are responsible and accountable for their actions; supporting spay and neuter programs for community dogs and cats; providing a Helping Hands Program to assist with critical treatment for dogs and cats in need; and championing community collaboration among rescues.