The Animal Allies Pet Of The Week Is An Old Friend Thomas “The Tank”
The Animal Allies pet of the week is a big guy named Thomas "The Tank" as I affectionately call him. Thomas is a brown and white American Shelter dog who is 7 years old, he is a big boy at over 70 pounds but he is very gentle. Thomas has been through some things in his life, much of which the folks at Animal Allies are not sure of but based on some of his scars and his initial shyness, he sadly has been through something.
Thomas is a great dog for the right person, he was adopted but was brought back to the shelter because he was not fond of one of the males living in the house. This is an important tale to tell. Thomas is very shy at first but once he gets to know you he will knock you down for kisses. Trust is a huge thing for all creatures large and small, and sometimes we can't explain why a certain dog does not seem to like somebody.
Animal Allies encourages for all adoptions that everyone living in the house or frequent visitors come with to meet the dogs at the shelter if possible, which can sometimes help to avoid incidents like this past adoption. Thomas has been neutered, he is micro chipped, updated on all his shots and vet checked. Please give this amazing dog a chance by stopping by to meet him yourself.
Limited essential services will continue at Animal Allies Humane Society in Duluth, MN
Our team continues to adapt our daily operations in response to the ever-changing environment and regulations surrounding the COVID-19 response. Please observe our new hours and essential services:
Which AAHS services will continue?
Our Adoption Center is closed to the public but we will continue to provide essential services to support animals in need, including:
Stray Services; from our contracted jurisdictions (Rice Lake, Proctor, Hermantown and Southern St. Louis County) and transfers from City of Duluth Animal Control.
Intake & Surrender Services; are available for emergency surrenders by appointment only. All appointments must be approved by our Intake Specialist or Adoption Manager.
Pets in Our Shelter; Care and medical treatment for animals in our shelters
Adoptions by appointment only; Please visit our website to see our available animals and call to learn about our non-contact adoption process. Adoption appointments can be scheduled by calling 218-722-5341.
Adoption Center Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00pm, Sunday 12:00-4:00
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