Paws-itively Adoptable Pets

October has gone to the dogs — it’s Dogtober!

Looking to Spice up your life? Look no further than this Spice girl. Spice is an eight-year-young German Shepherd mix who came to the shelter as a stray. She’s done well with dogs her size and needs a large secured yard to explore. Reference number: A539813

Shine bright like Diamond! This priceless gem arrived at the shelter as a stray, and we quickly learned what a character she is. A one-year-old Pit Bull Terrier mix, Diamond is inquisitive, playful, and affectionate. Due to her size, she needs an adult only home and lots of room to run! Please contact dogfoster@thehumanesociety.org for more information. Reference number: A536664

Moose is a big, silly one-year-old Pit Bull Terrier mix guy who came to the shelter as a stray. He’s been adopted a few times, but it just didn’t work out for him because Moose is very much a silly puppy — but with a 70-pound body to go with his puppy attitude. He would do best in an adult-only home. If you’re interested in this goofy guy, please email dogfoster@thehumanesociety.org. Reference number: A537249

Everyone meet Tooki. Tooki is a special little guy, not just because he hops like a bunny or because he’s a super playful pup. Tooki is a two-year-old Chihuahua who was born with a neurological disability that sometimes makes it hard for him to not have accidents. He doesn’t mean to. But he needs to be with a family that can take Tooki to work or be home with him during the day and keep an eye on him. Tooki accidents can be kept to a minimum with observation and a strict schedule. Tooki promises he’ll be the best bunny/Chihuahua —mix you’ve ever met. If you’re interested in him, please email his foster mom at bryannas@thehumanesociety.org. Reference number: A527167


Since 1888, the Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County has worked to protect animals, eliminate pet euthanasia, support pet owners, and enhance the relationships between animals and people. The Humane Society cares for nearly 10,000 animals every year and maintains multiple humane programs, including a low-cost spay/neuter service, a Pet Food Pantry, and pet adoptions. The Humane Society adopts more animals than any other shelter in the state of Washington and has long been at the forefront of progressive animal welfare legislation. See all adoptable pets here.

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