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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’s Extended Life Animal Sanctuary (Nikiski)

Bella Alaska's Extended Life Animal Sanctuary
Bella

Bella is not her name, but that is what we call her. So renaming her is not a problem. She is under a year old and a blank slate. She is alert and happy. She likes to race around the house when she is excited. Her bark is mild and more like an arf than the Beagle bray. She is well socialized with other dogs and cats. Shy by nature, this little girl needs a single female that wants a go everywhere companion and protector. Whether riding in your car or walking down the street she is sincere in her complete dedication to you and requires an honest loving relationship free of teasing and taunting. Click here to find out how to bring Bella home.
Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center
Blizzard
Blizzard

Please meet Blizzard, an adult, female, pit bull mix. Super sweet, gentle and very eager to please, Blizzard loves people. She has recently had a litter of pups and is getting her figure back. She’s docile, very easy to walk and handle, and has a loving, affectionate nature. She will climb into your lap for petting and attention–and to give you a kiss! Sits nicely for treats and takes gently. Loving and adorable–and a wonderful companion! Click here to find out how to bring Blizzard home.
Homer Animal Shelter
Hannah
Hannah

Please meet Hannah. Built for comfort, Hannah lends a coziness to her surroundings. It is hard to stress or worry when you look into her calm eyes. She gets along well with other cats and loves to look out windows. Click here to find out how to bring Hannah home.
Loving Companions Animal Rescue Inc. (North Pole)
Marshall
Marshall

Marshall has been with us for awhile but not real happy with people, but now he has decided that we are okay and that he likes to be touched and petted. We think he is ready to go out for a home trial, so come see how he does with you. Click here to find out how to bring Marshall home.
Mat-Su Animal Care and Regulations
Melvin
Melvin

Description courtesy of the Alaskan Shelter Dogs:
“Hellooowooowooo! My name is Melvin and I am humbly seeking the right home. I’m a 4 year 4 month old Alaskan Husky mix. What is the mix you might ask? A mix of a pure heart, a need to trust, and a drive to find my place in life! I spent my life in a not good situation. But it is not of the quality Husky code to bark badly about past owners. Instead I will look eagerly forward to the life that I never had. I am pretty shy. I act a little tough, when people are looking at me from outside the kennel. But that is just an act of insecurity. I am shy and insecure. I haven’t had much of a chance at socialization yet. And I am also incredibly sweet. Once I warm up, I just crave that reassurance and love. I have my whole heart to give, and I am eagerly seeking a good home. I will take time to adapt. I’ve lived outside my whole life. I will need an understanding home that will give positive reinforcement and gentle praise. I would be so barkless with joy if I had the chance at that good life!” Click here to find out how to bring Melvin home.