October 5, 2016
October is ASPCA’s Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and we’re featuring the wonderful dogs of Animal Friends Humane Society. Read Chance’s story and help us find him a home!
Chance was found homeless in Aruba in July 2016. He was named Chance because he deserved a second chance at a good life. It was a struggle to get him to the United States, but he finally made it and has been in a foster home ever since. He is such a great dog. The vet believes he is around 2 years old (give or take) and he still has a lot of young energy in him. He gets along well with dogs with lots of spirited play, but he has an obsession with cats that has not subsided. Chance has worked with a trainer and has learned basic obedience, but sometimes enjoys the occasional chewing of a shoe. He has done well with being house trained with the exception of a few accidents. He would thrive best in a house with a fenced backyard, no cats, and if there are children, they should be big enough to handle a playful dog his size. We are looking for the perfect forever home for this happy boy. If interested in adopting Chance, please complete the pre-adoption questionnaire and either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 513-887-3525.
AFHS was established in 1952 and is the only open-admission shelter in Butler County. In 2009, we relocated and now occupy a 22,500 sq. foot facility with top-notch amenities for our shelter population in Hamilton. On a typical day, Animal Friends Humane Society houses between 200 and 300 dogs and cats in our facility. We are Butler County’s largest and oldest 501(c)3 non-profit animal shelter. Visit us at:
Animal Friends Humane Society
1820 Princeton Road
Hamilton, OH 45011
Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat, Sun 11 AM – 4:30 PM
Wed, Thur 1 PM – 7 PM
Closed Major Holidays