The Ozaukee County Humane Society-Saukville Campus has plenty of pets that are looking for a home. Available pets are showcased on the society's website, and Patch will feature the critters every week.
This week features Jill and Polly, 2-month-old labrador-retriever mixes, who are both spayed, microchipped and vaccinated. Jill has some white fur on her paws and chest, while Polly is all black.
The Humane Society received a shipment of nearly 40 puppies that will be available for adoption starting Thursday, and will also be getting more puppies before its grand opening celebration on Saturday. All of the puppies will be spayed and neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.
Saturday's Party with the Animals grand opening event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Ozaukee County Humane Society's website lists event activities as follows:
- All cat adopters will be entered to win a free scratching post;
- Costume parade at 1:00 p.m. (all costumed dogs welcome to
participate for a free prize);
- Hot dog bobbing;
- Pupcasso paintings;
- Tricks for treats;
- Face painting;
- K-9 unit Officer Brian Emmrich and Jak;
- Fast foodie truck;
- And gift bags for all adopters.