In from the storm… Hurricane Irma dogs arrive at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA

Posted Tuesday at 10:06am | Topics: General News

Sep 19

Claverack, NY

 

The Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA has taken in five dogs from Florida to assist other shelters with displaced dogs associated with Hurricane Irma.

 

The dogs received by CGHS/SPCA were previously in shelters in Florida, and transferred to New York so there would be room for owned Floridian dogs that needed housing as a result of the hurricane. All dogs were examined by CGHS/SPCA Medical Director Dr. Jerry Bilinski, and found to be healthy, well-tempered dogs.

 

People interested in adopting one (or more) of these dogs can get pre-approved by filling out an adoption application on the shelter’s website at cghs.org. All adopted dogs will be up to date on vaccines, disease-tested, and spayed or neutered. The dogs’ ages are as follows

 

Sydney: 2 year old female

Dioga: 3 year old male

Nina: 3 year old female

Kingston: 4 year old male

Tommy: 3-4 year old male

 

For more information, please contact Ron Perez, President/CEO of the CGHS/SPCA at (518) 828-6044 ext. 108 or [email protected].