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4 sibling pups have spent their entire lives at the shelter and really need homes.



This week’s featured pets up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society include four siblings that arrived at the shelter when they were just puppies.


Salem, Chucky, Casper and Igor are one-year-old medium mixed breeds.

“There were eight in the beginning, but four have been adopted,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News.


“They were not very socialized when they arrived so it took us a while to win their trust. They are all still pretty shy, but love attention.


“Can you imagine in October these pups will have been here for a year, growing up in a shelter instead of in a loving home?”

Salem is a bit timid at first, but craves attention from people once she warms up. She is dog-friendly, but sometimes gets food aggressive with her siblings. She walks fairly well on a leash.


Chucky is the shyest of the litter.


“When he was in foster, he enjoyed attention, but would sit quietly by himself when not getting any,” Serena said.


“He is dog friendly, but will need to be separated when eating because he likes to bounce between food bowls.”

Casper is a little shy with new people, but is an absolute cuddle bug when he warms up. He is good with dogs and cats and does well on a leash and riding in cars.

Igor takes time to warm up, but loves to play. He also enjoys food so will need to be separated from other dogs at feeding time.

All four are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped.


Dignity is a 3-month-old male domestic medium hair.


“He is a funny little guy that loves attention,” Serena said. “After eating he tends to hang back and nap and he loves playing with toys."


Dignity is neutered, partially vaccinated, microchipped and litter box trained.



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