Friday, October 30, 2009

Only today and tomorrow left! Here is today's dog of the day: Alvin

Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog month is a great way to raise awareness about the countless dogs living in shelters across the country. In our small way, CityDog wanted to help increase awareness by featuring a dog a day on our blog, hoping that someone, somewhere, would adopt -- either one of the dogs we featured or a dog from their local shelter.

Unfortunately, there are just two days left -- for Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog month, that is. Adoption is something that can be done 365 days of the year! Today's dog is Alvin.

Alvin is a great little guy who desperately wants a home to snuggle with his new family! Alvin came to the Oregon Humane Society (OHS) from another shelter with no prior history. He is approximately six years old, weighs 26-pounds and is a beagle-mix. He is extremely sweet, loving and gentle and just simply needs a warm lap to curl up on.

Alvin's adoption fee includes neuter services, identification microchip, collar and I.D. tag, initial vaccinations, one month of pet insurance, a certificate for a free veterinarian exam, and plenty of support and information from the experienced staff at OHS.

To learn more about adopting Alvin, please click here.

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