Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Beagles and hounds need adoptions at Orange County Animal Services

For Tuesday's Tails, we checking out the adoptable pets at Orange County Animal Services in Orlando.

Right now cats six months old and older are free at Orange County Animal Services. However, there are also a lot of dogs available for adoption, including some beagles and hounds. For instance:

This is Snoopy. He's an approximately 1 year old brown and black male Beagle.   He weighs approximately 29 pounds. 

Here's the newest picture. He's so CUTE!!! Snoopy needs a home.

This treeing walker coonhound-beagle mix has now been named Bugle and is also a year old. He weighs about 37 pounds. He also is heartworm positive, but he can totally been treated.

Here's the new picture of him!

Please share these dogs on social media so they can find forever homes!

Orange County Animal Services has lots of dogs, and unfortunately they are not a no-kill shelter. Many dogs get euthanized. So adopting a shelter dog saves the lives of more than just the one dog -- as long as there's room, the other dogs are safe until they find homes.

To adopt a pet, head to the Orange County Animal Services website: http://www.ocfl.net/AnimalsPets.aspx.

You can also call the shelter at: (407) 254-9140
The shelter is located off Conroy Road near Mall at Millenia in Orlando. Here's the address:

Orange County Animal Services - Pet Rescue & Adoption Center
2769 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL. 32839-2162


  1. Good luck to them finding a great home :)

  2. Those poor guys :( They're very handsome, especially The Mix With No Name.

  3. Hope they find homes. They are so cute. Thanks for joining the blog hop!


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