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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters

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Every week, I’m going to feature adoptable pets and events surrounding pet adoption from across Alaska. To the best of my knowledge, each of these pets are still available, and I encourage you to follow the links to find out more about these animals and the shelters that are caring for them.
Alaska Animal Rescue Friends AARF

Ruger
Ruger

Ruger is a 4-year-old male Karelian Bear dog. True to breed, he is very protective and active. He needs a home with a fenced yard if within city limits and with pretty active owners. Not suitable for a home with children under 13yrs. and he would prefer to be the only dog but would do okay with a female of like size. Ruger is housebroken, crate trained, and he knows his commands plus a few tricks. Very smart dog, wants to please. Click here to find out more about Ruger. He looks like a cool dog.
Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center
Casper
Casper

Here is Casper, a 2 year old, female, pit bull mix. Gentle, low-key and shy at first meeting, Casper responds well to calm, quiet, patient handling. She likes to cuddle close to her people, and is more than willing to be a lap dog, if you let you, even though she might be a little big for that. She’s lived with children and with another Pit Bull and got along well with both. Rides fine in the car, enjoys her walks and outings. Very sweet girl! Click here for information about how to adopt Casper. Don’t say “no” to that face.
Clear Creek Cat Rescue (CCCR)
 
Frosty
Frosty

Frosty is a sweetheart with a coat in shimmering ivory. He is short haired and always looks neat. And what an adorable face! Frosty is a senior cat about 10 years old. He has a gentle and loving personality. He will get along with just about anyone who will be gentle and nice to him. He enjoys being cuddled up on the bed next to you or sitting you you while you pass the time just chilling. He has no hangups or ‘issues’ and has great house manners. He does like to step outside sometimes to do normal things–walk around, check out the territory, sniff the blades of grass.
Frosty is the perfect boy for a family who will love and care for him forever. So click here to find out how to bring him home forever.
Gastineau Humane Society (Juneau)
 
BC
BC

This sweet little girl is new to the shelter and she is still learning how it all works. She isn’t a huge fan of the new place so she prefers to hide and keep to herself. BC may appear to be shy at first but she warms up quickly if you give her some of your time & patience. All she requires are human hands for face and fanny rubs as well as a calm and loving environment. Give this gal your heart and you won’t regret it. Click here to find out how to bring this little cuddle muffin home.
Kenai Animal Shelter
 
Teyla
Teyla

I’m not saying that Teyla can fly, but it’s clear from those spectacular ears that she’d be able to at least glide if she had enough room to get up some speed. Maybe while playing fetch with you? Seriously, these ears need love and fetch-time. Click here to find out how to make that a reality.