Playful dog with face only a mama could love, neglected cat are this week’s featured pets.


Heavy

By SARA VANDEN BERGE


One of this week’s featured pets up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society includes Heavy, a one-year-old male American Bulldog.


“With a face that only a mama could love, Heavy is a lovable, good-natured dog,” ECHS executive director Serena Wright told Beneath the Surface News. “He is good with children and is dog friendly.”


Heavy is also described as being on the hyperactive side. He is not house or crate trained and could use a little more work on a leash. (He is stout and tends to pull.)


“Heavy is a bulldozer and does not understand just how big and clumsy he is,” Serena joked, adding that he is heart worm negative and microchipped.


“He is cryptorchid, which means his testicles have not descended and it will cost more to have him neutered,” Serena added.


Sister

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Sister is a one to two-year-old domestic shorthair female.


“She has had a rough start, but despite the neglect she endured, she still has a bright personality and playful spirit.


“She loves to zoom around and climb when she has the room.”


Sister is spayed, litter box trained and microchipped.


If you would like to meet Heavy, Sister or the other 71 dogs and 53 cats that need new homes, stop by the animal shelter located at 891 East Road in Stephenville.