Can't find your pet? Did you find a pet that's not yours? Make sure you contact the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) and let them know. In many cases, stray animals are brought to RCHS. Additionally, citizens who find stray animals will contact RCHS with the hopes of reuniting them with their owners. RCHS also puts pictures of the stray animals they're caring for on their website (www.rchsvt.org) so if you've lost your pet please check the website to see if it's at the shelter. If you want to report a lost or found animal, please call the shelter at 483-6700 or visit www.rchsvt.org.
One year old. Neutered male. American shelter dog.
I am a gorgeous young dog who is a delightful mix of personality traits. I am full of energy and love to run and play but I will melt under soft hands and cuddling. What a perfect mix—playing in the snow and then snoozing by the fire. Plus, I am tall enough and just the right color that no matter how much of this white stuff we get, you will always be able to spot me.
Adult. Neutured male. Guinea pig.
My owner surrendered me to the shelter on Dec. 3 because she did not have enough time to care for me. I am looking for a home that will keep me forever and provide me with the care that I need. I would suggest that if you have never owned a guinea pig before to do some research. I want my next home to be my forever home. My favorite foods are veggies and fruit and I love to snuggle and give you a little squeal as you scratch my ear.
Twelve year old. Spayed female. Domestic short--hair torbie.
You know how they say some things get better with age? Well, that is certainly the case with me. I am a super sweet older girl with many unique features. You may notice that one of my eyes looks a little different than the other one. I cannot see out of it but the vision in my other eye is just fine. I am a big love bug and I love to be petted, scratched and held.