Ruby and Ragnar available for adoption in Bellevue

  • Thursday, December 21, 2017 11:06am
  • Life

Meet Ruby, a 6-year-old German Shepherd, who would love to be your adventure girl. This sweet princess loves a good play, then will cuddle right down with you after. She also loves a good chin scratch and will trade plenty of sweet kisses for one. She’s sure to be a sweet and loyal member of your family. If you have room in your heart and home for this happy girl, then come meet her today at the Seattle Humane.

Introduce Ruby to children 14 years and older. Resident dogs are required to visit Ruby prior to adoption.

Ragnar is a strapping 4-year-old brown tabby cat. This big fellow likes to curl up in his box and take it slow — no need to rush about. Give him time to get to know you and he’s really a teddy bear. He’s the perfect buddy to chill out with.

As with all Seattle Humane dogs and cats, both Ruby and Ragnar have been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and behavior tested. They will go home with a certificate for an examination by a King County veterinarian and an identification tag. Plus, most adoptions include 30 days of pet insurance from Trupanion and for dogs training rebate when you complete a dog behavior course — a great way to start off on the right paw.

Seattle Humane is located at 13212 SE Eastgate Way in Bellevue. For more information, visit seattlehumane.org or call 425-274-1501.

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