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Take Me Home Tonight: Adoptable Pets from Alaska Shelters


Every week we feature adoptable pets from across Alaska. To the best of our knowledge, each pet is still available, and we encourage you to follow the links to find out more about these animals and the shelters that are caring for them.


Alaska Dog and Puppy Rescue (Wasilla)


Phynn is a five-year-old Boxer/Lab mix. He is very loyal to his “person” and loves to hang out close by. He’ll curl up in a ball and be mellow until it’s time to play ball or go for a run/hike. He does great on a leash and comes when called when not on a leash. He likes to please and will roll on his back to stretch out for a belly rub. He can get grouchy with other dogs if they get in his space, so Phynn will probably do best as a single dog.

To learn more, go HERE.


Anchorage Animal Care and Control


Please meet Frenchy, an adult, male rabbit. This big, handsome fellow is very friendly, soft, and good-natured. He’s curious and attentive and will come right up to you for petting and attention, and enjoys sitting on your lap. Very soft fur and a real people lover! 

To learn more, go HERE.


Clear Creek Cat Rescue (Talkeetna)


Walter is hoping for a loving family to take him home and make him their very special boy forever. He’s super sweet and cuddly, about a year old. Adorable little smudge on his face and ready for kisses. In a foster home in Wasilla.

To learn more, go HERE.


Ketchikan Humane Society


This is Titan. He’s a Chihuahua mix. He’s three years old. He is one of those dogs who wants to go everywhere with you—the car, the house, the sofa—all the places where his person is, are places he wants to be. He was so shy of strangers when he first arrived, but he has recently discovered that strangers have cheese! Who knew?

To learn more, go HERE.


Soldotna Animal Shelter


Well, Leo is back here at the shelter. The new owners current kitty did not like the ‘new guy’. He was very tolerant of her scoldings, but the new owner did not feel it was fair for Leo to be picked on. So he’s here, happy as a clam. I think he missed us.  But…he deserves a forever home. 

To learn more, go HERE.