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Halifax Humane Society's Adoptable Pets of the Week for Dec. 19

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Buddy wants to be your friend.
by: Jarleene Almenas Associate Editor

Three dogs and one cat have been featured as this week's Halifax Humane Society Adoptable Pets of the Week.

The first is Gracie, a 9-year-old shepherd mix with a red and white coat. She is graduating this week from her eight-week training class at Volusia County Correctional, having passed "with flying colors," according to the Halifax Humane Society. She is ready for new forever home. Gracie has been with the Halifax Humane Society since Aug. 26, and her adoption fee costs $35.

Gracie is graduating from an eight-week training class this week with "flying colors." Courtesy photo

The second is Buddy, a 10-year-old terrier mix with a tan coat. While Buddy is in the Home for the Holidays program with a foster family, he is still looking for a permanent home. Buddy has been with the Halifax Humane Society since Dec. 6, and his adoption fee costs $70.

Buddy is ready to meet his forever family. Courtesy photo

The third is Chase, a 3-year-old Labrador Retriever mix with a brown coat. He is a "one-household" dog, needing all the attention from his future family. Chase has been with the Halifax Humane Society since Nov. 13, and his adoption fee costs $70. He was also featured in last week's edition.

Chase, featured in last week's edition, is still searching for a home. Courtesy photo

The cat is Howard, a 6-year-old domestic shorthair with a black and white coat. He has been with the Halifax Humane Society since Nov. 9, and his adoption fee costs $35. He has been featured in the last two editions, and is still in need of a home.

This is the third time Howard has been in the Observer, and he is still waiting for a home. Courtesy photo

To adopt any of these animals, or see others, visit the Halifax Humane Society's main campus, located at 2364 LPGA Blvd., or call 274-4703. If you have adopted pet featured in the Ormond Beach Observer, let us know for an opportunity to appear in the newspaper. Contact [email protected]

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