Our Dogs

Bear

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Bear is a young Yorkie Poo born Oct 30, 2018.  He is very playful and friendly and will follow his humans everywhere.  He gets along with other pets.


His neuter is being scheduled for April, so he will be ready to go to his new home after that.  He is up to date on vaccinations and will be microchipped prior to adoption.


His adoption fee is $450.  If interested, you can fill out the application below.   If you have any questions about Bear that are not answered here, please email us at adopt@critterscompanion.org



Hopalong Cassidy

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Hopalong Cassidy is a young Shorkie born Dec 13, 2018.  He is very friendly and playful with other pets, but is still timid with people.  He does like to cuddle on the bed, so he is getting socialized.


His back leg was broken March 12, the day before he was rescued, and he also needs to be neutered, so he will be ready for his new home after his leg is healed.  He will also be vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption.


 His adoption fee is $450.  If interested, you can fill out the application below.   If you have any questions about Hopalong that are not answered here, please email us at adopt@critterscompanion.org.  

How to Adopt

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If you are interested in adopting either dog, you can fill out the application below.  The adoption fees are $450 each.  If your application is approved, we will schedule a home visit/meet and greet with the dog(s).  


We try our best to process applications within 5-7 business days.  However, we ask for your patience as we are 100% volunteer run and there may be times the process may take longer, especially if we receive several for the same pet.  Applicants are always welcome to check up on their status! 

Other Rescued Animals

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We also rescue goats when space allows.  This month we have brought in several baby girls that were not suitable for the farm they were born on.


Sweetcakes and Meadow could not stand when we got them, and the can now walk around a room.  They don't know how to jump yet like other kid goats, but we hope that will be coming soon.

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Sweetie was a senior goat that came to us a few years ago.  She was the last of her goat family, and her humans needed to re-home her so she would not be lonely.


Sweetie got along with everyone and even joined us at last year's pumpkin blowout at Festival in Suamico.  


Sadly, she passed this winter, but she had a full life.

Even Goats Love Toys!

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