Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Sampson, Olaf & Bolt
It’s Adopt a Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning!
This week we have Sampson, Olaf and Bolt—just three of Northern Michigan’s many great, adoptable animals waiting for a loving family to take them home.
First up we have Sampson.
Sampson is a 3-year-old hound terrier mix.
Sampson loves the outdoors and taking a good car ride.
This handsome boy is good with other dogs but has never been around cats before.
He is all up-to-date on his vaccinations and is neutered.
If you’d like to meet Sampson for yourself, you can see him at HANDDS to The Rescue in Traverse City.
Up next we have Olaf!
Olaf is a 2-year-old domestic short hair mix.
He loves attention, but also likes to take a little time for himself every once in a while.
Olaf is just about as good of a companion as you could ask for.
He is all up-to-date on his shots and is neutered.
You can meet Olaf for yourself at the Humane Animal Treatment Society in Mount Pleasant.
And last but not least, we have Bolt.
Bolt is a 9-month-old Siberian husky Labrador retriever mix.
This cutie is a bit of an independent guy. It may be best for him to be in a home without kids or other pets.
Bolt is still young but eager to learn. If you adopt Bolt he gets to go to a free training class.
If you want to meet Bolt you can head to the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society in Harbor Springs.
Tune in to MTM each Tuesday at 5:20 a.m. and 8:50 a.m. for more lovable Northern Michigan pets in search of families of their own!