Meet Thor and Ralph! These two are gentle and playful boys who entered the shelter together. They are about 9 years old, and they are best friends who have always been together, so we would love for them to go to a new home together. Their previous owner reported that they are both generally good with kids and smaller dogs, and they are crate trained and house trained.
Of course, Orange County Animal Services staff always recommends slow, planned, monitored introductions to any people or pets in a home, and they also ask any adopter to expect that some training will be needed when any pet enters a new home. If you’re ready to fill your home with love and fun, consider adopting this perfect pair today! Adoption fees have been reduced during the entire month of February as part of the Valentine Adoption Special! Visit http://www.orangecountync.gov/287/Available-Pets or call 919-942-7387, option 3, for more information.
Orange County Animal Services is responsible for animal sheltering and animal control activities within Orange County. Its mission is to meet the needs of residents by working with volunteers and other partners to deliver cost-effective and integrated services that ensure the health, safety and well-being of humans, pets and the community as a whole. For more information on available pets, adoptions and meet-and-greets, visit this page. Can’t adopt but still want to help? Visit this page for donation opportunities.
Looking for a furry friend to adopt? Check out other recently featured adoptable pets from Paws4ever and Orange County Animal Services.