Dogs of the Week


Bernie is a Wolfhound-St. Bernard mix. He is good with female dogs, however he can be temperamental with other males. He is almost 1 year old and gets along well with adults and children. This is Bernie’s third time at the shelter in his search for a lifelong home.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Glenna is a yellow Labrador mix. She is between one and two years old. She is a low-energy animal and can be shy around people and other animals, but quickly warms up to them. She is kennel-trained.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Rose is a 1-year-old husky-shepherd mix. She is high-energy and good with adults, children and other dogs. She comes from a litter of three other dogs that have already been adopted and is the last remaining member of her siblings at the shelter in search of a home. She would be best suited to a high-activity family that loves to run and play.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Angus is a 2-year-old hound-shepherd mix. He has a grass allergy that can cause him to lose hair if he is kept near grassy areas too long, according to shelter staff. Angus was released to the shelter because he likes to chase cattle. He is friendly with dogs, adults and children. He is a high-energy animal and best suited to a family with the same spirit.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County K-9 Shelter is always looking to help connect Gallia County residents and beyond with welcoming homes for homeless dogs. They are currently running a special on black Labradors. For more information, contact the shelter at (740) 441-0207.

Bernie is a Wolfhound-St. Bernard mix. He is good with female dogs, however he can be temperamental with other males. He is almost 1 year old and gets along well with adults and children. This is Bernie’s third time at the shelter in his search for a lifelong home.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSCN3680.jpgBernie is a Wolfhound-St. Bernard mix. He is good with female dogs, however he can be temperamental with other males. He is almost 1 year old and gets along well with adults and children. This is Bernie’s third time at the shelter in his search for a lifelong home. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Glenna is a yellow Labrador mix. She is between one and two years old. She is a low-energy animal and can be shy around people and other animals, but quickly warms up to them. She is kennel-trained.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSCN3683.jpgGlenna is a yellow Labrador mix. She is between one and two years old. She is a low-energy animal and can be shy around people and other animals, but quickly warms up to them. She is kennel-trained. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Rose is a 1-year-old husky-shepherd mix. She is high-energy and good with adults, children and other dogs. She comes from a litter of three other dogs that have already been adopted and is the last remaining member of her siblings at the shelter in search of a home. She would be best suited to a high-activity family that loves to run and play.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSCN3686.jpgRose is a 1-year-old husky-shepherd mix. She is high-energy and good with adults, children and other dogs. She comes from a litter of three other dogs that have already been adopted and is the last remaining member of her siblings at the shelter in search of a home. She would be best suited to a high-activity family that loves to run and play. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Angus is a 2-year-old hound-shepherd mix. He has a grass allergy that can cause him to lose hair if he is kept near grassy areas too long, according to shelter staff. Angus was released to the shelter because he likes to chase cattle. He is friendly with dogs, adults and children. He is a high-energy animal and best suited to a family with the same spirit.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSCN3689.jpgAngus is a 2-year-old hound-shepherd mix. He has a grass allergy that can cause him to lose hair if he is kept near grassy areas too long, according to shelter staff. Angus was released to the shelter because he likes to chase cattle. He is friendly with dogs, adults and children. He is a high-energy animal and best suited to a family with the same spirit. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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