Natalie the dog is our special pet of the week.

Andy Rent talked about her on his Andy in the Morning show for Wet Nose Wednesday.

Kimberly, from the Humane Society of West Michigan, brought Natalie into the studios today. Natalie is a 5-month old Terrier-mix, and ready to find her forever home.

According to The Terrier website, Terriers are known for their spunky tenacity, which can be heart-warming, hilarious and occasionally inspiring. They are also very bright, the result of generations of terrier being used for hunting. What you might not know is that they have a long history of bravery. In fact, there have been a number of terriers that have served in the armed forces and police departments. On top of that, they have been guarding households for centuries.

Kimberly wanted everybody to remember the Humane Society of West Michigan's Summer Camp is a great place for your child to spend their summer learning, growing and having a fun filled experience that will leave a lasting impression! Summer Camps are filled with activities, games, crafts, lessons and hands on experience for everyone based on animal's and animal welfare! 5 different camps are offered for a variety of ages and interests. For more info and to sign up, please visit. For more info and to sign up, please visit

There are two events coming up Saturday, June 10th, First, they're holding a Pet Therapy Seminar. This is for those interested in having their dog become a therapy dog. Learn what is involved in therapy work and determine if it is right for you and your dog. The cost is $35 - includes lunch. Dogs are welcome as long as they can sit quietly next to you. Pre-register by emailing

Also on Saturday, June 10th, from 12-2 they have a Baby Ready Pets class. This is for those expecting a child and want to prepare their furry family members for the new arrival. This gives tips and tricks on how to introduce your new addition to your pets and gives you tasks to do before he/she is born to help prepare your dog/cat. $10 suggested donation - please pre-register by emailing

You can get all the information on the Humane Society website or call (616) 453-8900.

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