FHS Pet of the Week


Meet Henry! He is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees Mix. Henry has received his DHPP vaccination, and has been de-wormed, flea treated, neutered and micro-chipped. If you are interested in giving him a new-loving home, please call 740-335-8126. There are several animals in shelters that are waiting for their forever home so please consider adopting rather than shopping for your new friend. The Fayette Humane Society is also in need of puppy chow. You may donate items at their downtown adoption and business center located at 153 S. Main St., Suite 3. Donors may enter in the doors on the East Street side.


Meet Henry! He is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees Mix. Henry has received his DHPP vaccination, and has been de-wormed, flea treated, neutered and micro-chipped. If you are interested in giving him a new-loving home, please call 740-335-8126. There are several animals in shelters that are waiting for their forever home so please consider adopting rather than shopping for your new friend. The Fayette Humane Society is also in need of puppy chow. You may donate items at their downtown adoption and business center located at 153 S. Main St., Suite 3. Donors may enter in the doors on the East Street side.

Meet Henry! He is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees Mix. Henry has received his DHPP vaccination, and has been de-wormed, flea treated, neutered and micro-chipped. If you are interested in giving him a new-loving home, please call 740-335-8126. There are several animals in shelters that are waiting for their forever home so please consider adopting rather than shopping for your new friend. The Fayette Humane Society is also in need of puppy chow. You may donate items at their downtown adoption and business center located at 153 S. Main St., Suite 3. Donors may enter in the doors on the East Street side.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Pet-of-the-Week-Henry.jpgMeet Henry! He is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees Mix. Henry has received his DHPP vaccination, and has been de-wormed, flea treated, neutered and micro-chipped. If you are interested in giving him a new-loving home, please call 740-335-8126. There are several animals in shelters that are waiting for their forever home so please consider adopting rather than shopping for your new friend. The Fayette Humane Society is also in need of puppy chow. You may donate items at their downtown adoption and business center located at 153 S. Main St., Suite 3. Donors may enter in the doors on the East Street side.
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