Isn’t This A Sweet, Loving Face? You Can Rescue Jazmyne Today!
Jazmyne, 1 year-old, female, mixed breed, our Wet Nose Wednesday Humane Society Pet of the week, LOVES to be outside, whether it's a walk with her people or an adventure in the yard, she is always happiest when she can feel the breeze in her fur and the fresh air in her lungs. And It's even better when she has dog friends to play with!
She loves to be involved in the everyday tasks of her people and at the end of the day she just wants to be where you are! Her foster mom says she would make a great best friend. If you're looking for a walking buddy, a playful goofball, and a loyal best friend, Jazmyne is the girl for you!
Subaru Pups in the Park:
Join us on Saturday, July 22nd from 10a-12:30p at the brand-new Subaru Dog Park at Fox Subaru! Subaru has been an amazing partner, donating thousands of dollars to HSWM every year to help the animals in our care. We are beyond grateful for their support and so excited to bring adoptable puppies to their new dog park in our adoption trailer! Be sure to come out meet adoptable puppies and check out the new beautiful dog park!
** Just to note, the dog park is not limited to only Subaru customers- it is open to anyone who has a dog that is spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines.
A well-mannered, socialized dog is a joy to live with and teaching helps you and your dog communicate, ensuring that he/she becomes a well-behaved family member. HSWM offers obedience classes that address not just basic cues but socializing, house training, chewing, barking, play biting, and other behavior concerns. Our teaching method is based on kindness and respect. We use positive reinforcement such as praise, toys, playtime, or treats to motivate, reward, and correct behaviors. We offer a wide variety of canine courses for you and your dog's needs. From Puppy Kindergarten to Middle School Manners to High School Jocks (for reactive dogs), we have a variety of offerings. Visit hswestmi.org/obedience-classes to learn more!
Dog Day Out Program:
Not able to commit to a regular volunteering schedule but still want to help? Consider taking a dog for a Dog Day Out! You and a friend can take a dog out of the shelter for a 1–2-hour field trip and capture tons of pictures and videos to share! Must have two participants to be eligible, or a way to confine the animal (i.e., crate, dog seat belt, pet barrier). Common outings include hikes, picnics, a trip to the lake, or a trip through the drive-thru! This program gives shelter dogs a chance for new experiences and gives insight as to how they will behave outside the shelter setting. To learn more visit our website!