Comet is the pet of the month.
Hello Woodlands will begin spotlighting a "Pet of the Month" that features a local dog or cat available for foster and/or adoption in Montgomery County, Texas, in collaboration with Operation Pets Alive. Operation Pets Alive is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to transforming Montgomery County into a No-Kill community by implementing innovative programs that raise community awareness, reduce the number of dogs and cats entering shelters, and increase the number of dogs and cats who survive their stay.
Comet is our inaugural Pet of the Month, and we're thrilled to introduce him to you!
THE HISTORY OF COMET
As one of our puppies, cute little Comet was enticing, but his owners didn't spend much time teaching him and opted to return him after 6 months. His first birthday was November 24th, and he has been in boarding for the past five months while awaiting a foster placement. He had a foster for a brief time who was taking him to adoption events, but due to health difficulties, she is no longer able to help him.
He's exactly like any other one-year-old puppy, thirsty for attention and eager to comply in order to be praised, especially now that his adopter has returned him!" Comet doesn't appear to have any severe behavioral difficulties; he's simply odd. He likes to carry the leash in his mouth if he has the chance! He is likely to struggle in a home with small children since he is hyperactive and unaware of his own size. He adores people and other dogs, although certain dogs may be put off by his presence — he is still a puppy, after all! He'd make a good athlete or runner's dog with some training. Please don't dismiss this charming young man's potential! Comet is looking for his #fureverfamily and would love to be adopted.
Learn more about Comet here, and fill out an application on OPA's website (no obligation to adopt) with his name and ID D200800 if you're interested in meeting or adopting him.
PETS ARE ALIVE OPERATION
In all of their initiatives, Operation Pets Alive, as a private, non-profit organization, relies completely on the help of compassionate and hard-working volunteers. You can make a difference in the lives of homeless pets in our community if you have the time, talent, enthusiasm, and abilities to assist OPA save pets. Visit the website to learn more about ways to volunteer, foster or adopt an animal, donate, and more in Here