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THANK YOU for helping us find homes for the dogs and cats living in the shelter at the Oregon Humane Society!! If the "CLICK HERE" link for more information does not work, that means the dog or cat has been adopted. But there are plenty more dogs and cats that need a home! Check them out at www.oregonhumane.org.            



Sweet Little Henry Needs To Find His New Family!!



Did you stop in your tracks as you saw Henry VIII? He is a handsome fella isnt he? He is more than just good looks however; he is full of life and ready to take on the world. Henry VIII can be overexcited when it comes to meeting new people or when he is in new places so he will need someone who is willing to work on basic manners and continuing socialization. Sometimes excitement just gets the better of him and his zest for life cannot be contained. We recommend mature or dog savvy children for Henry VIII so they can handle his enthusiasm and will be able to also work with him on training. If you lead an active life and can keep this man busy than maybe he could be the companion for you.

The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip ID, collar and OHS I.D. tag, initial vaccines, courtesy veterinarian exam, and plenty of post adoption support!


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