Fronts Paws & Claws
The Kingston Frontenacs are proud to announce that we have partnered with the Kingston Humane Society to create the ‘Fronts Paws & Claws’ program.
The goal of the program is to promote responsible pet ownership, compassion and respect for all animals. Every week the Kingston Frontenacs will share information on an available pet for adoption, as well as any news that can help provide shelter and care for homeless animals within our community.
This handsome fella is Damon! This young man came to the shelter when his owner could no longer care for him. This good looking and loving chap is a whole lot of dog in one package! Here are a few things to know about him: Damon requires an experienced owner, one that has had dogs in the past of similar breed and are familiar with their quirks. Damon is a very active dog and would love an owner who will take him with them on runs, hikes and maybe even swimming! He will be best suited in a home with children over the age of 12 as this guy can be similar to a bull in a china shop sometimes. Damon is not cut out for apartment living and will be best suited in a single dwelling home preferably with a fenced in yard, this is because he is working on some separation anxiety and can be destructive with things when he is left alone, he is currently on some medication for this and his new owner should know that they will need to chat with their veterinarian to see if this is something needed long term or not. He can also be leash reactive at times so the hustle and bustle of a building would not be suitable for him. Damon would love an owner to further help him with his training, he already knows sit, paw and other paw. In the short time he was in his foster home, his foster parent also began to work with him on keeping all four of his paws on the ground when meeting new people and had tremendous success! It also helps that he is highly motivated by food and treats. He may even be ok with another dog the same size and activity level as him to keep him busy, he seems to like the female canines better. We know this is a tall order, but Damons new family needs to know that if they adopt him, they will be rewarded with the most loyal, sweet, loving and caring dog out there. This guy has a lot to offer and anyone who takes him home will feel same! If you can check all of Damons boxes, fill out an application online for him today!
Previously Featured Pet
7/27/2021 – Meet Damon (Dog – Still Available)
7/13/2021 – Meet Pimms (Dog – Still Available)
6/29/2021 – Meet Kawasaki (Cat – Still Available)
6/22/2021 – Meet Adele (Cat – Still Available)
6/15/2021 – Meet Chloe (Cat – Adopted)
6/8/2021 – Meet Nala (Cat – Still Available)
6/1/2021 – Over 100 Rats Need Homes (Rats – Still Available)
5/25/2021 – Meet Coconut (Rabbit – Still Available)
5/18/2021 – Meet Gemma (Dog – Adopted)
5/11/2021 – Meet Piggy (Cat – Adopted)
5/4/2021 – Meet Teddy (Cat – Still Available)
4/27/2021 – Meet Elly (Rabbit – Adopted)
4/20/2021 – Meet Bork (Dog – Adopted)
4/13/2021 – Meet Ord (Cat – Adopted)
4/6/2021 – Meet Farva (Dog – Adopted)
3/30/2021 – Meet Gabe (Rabbit – Adopted)
3/23/2021 – Zoey Pancake (Cat – Adopted)
3/16/2021 – Meet Bilbo, Nora and Dumbo (Rats – Adopted)
3/9/2021 – Meet Mossa (Dog – Adopted)
3/2/2021 – Meet Lily (Cat – Adopted)
2/23/2021 – Meet Crane (Dog – Adopted)
About the Kingston Humane Society
The Kingston Humane Society was founded in 1884 to provide shelter and care for homeless animals and investigate cases of animal cruelty in Kingston and surrounding communities.
The Kingston Humane Society is a non-profit charitable animal welfare organization. They are supported solely by the community, receiving no government funding to assist with their mission.
The Kingston Humane Society is committed to advocating for and improving the lives of animals within our community.
A compassionate community where the well-being of animals is valued and respected.
Kingston Humane Society
1 Binnington Ct, Kingston, ON K7M 8M9
ANIMAL CRUELTY REPORTS:
Ontario’s Animal Welfare Services