Friends of Falmouth Dogs - Founded in 1990.
 
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Every Day
9:00 - 11:00 AM
3:00 - 5:00 PM

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Animal Control Center
150 Blacksmith Shop Rd.
Falmouth, MA

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P.O. Box 438
Falmouth, MA 02541

phone number
508-548-7742
 

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Our Weekly Falmouth Enterprise Column

 

By Anna Dos Santos

Friday, May 26, 2023

Dog available for adoption

Juniper and Cedar are male Heeler mixes, about 1 year, 4 months old, weighing around 45 lbs, and are neutered. Juniper is white with black patches and Cedar is white with tan. They are friendly, playful and enjoy being around other dogs. Cedar is very shy with people at first but warms up pretty quickly and is very treat motivated. If you would like to meet them, call us at 508-548-7742.

Dogs available for adoption

Are you looking for a very smart, active dog? Call to meet Savannah, a black and white Border Collie mix who is 5 years old, fully vaccinated and spayed. She loves long walks, playing ball and playing in general. Her original owner taught her all the basic commends and she learns new ones so quickly. Volunteers have been fostering her and report she is wonderful in the home. Interested? Call 508-548-7742.

Dog available for adoption

Two new dogs are arriving this week at the shelter. Moe, a male, and Sky, a female, are 1 year old siblings. They are all white with fluffy tails and are described as Spitz-mixes They are both small dogs, 15 to 20 lbs, and are very friendly. Call 508-548-7742 to schedule an appointment to meet them.

Dog available for adoption

Rusty Red is a very sweet, friendly, kind dog that gets along well with other dogs, all the volunteers and children. As you can guess from his name, Rusty has a beautiful reddish-blond coat. He is 6 years old and looks like a lab/terrier mix. Heís healthy and strong, weighing 86 lbs.

Out on walks heís very cooperative and walks very calmly which is a great quality since he is a big dog. Rusty does get frightened by cars or trucks passing by. However, we have been working on desensitizing him to moving vehicles and counterconditioning him. Heís made great progress and is already less reactive. We will provide several sessions with a trainer to continue this work. Otherwise, heís a pretty mellow dog and would be a great companion. If you would like to meet him, please call us at 508-548-7742.

Dog available for adoption

Bruno is patiently waiting for the family thatís going to love and adopt him. Bruno knows that all the volunteers at FFD love him but he knows there is more love out there waiting for him. Bruno is a very sweet, 8 year old dog German Shepherd that enjoys belly rubs, being brushed, playing with balls and being with his people. As with many GSDs, itís best for him to be the only pet and he really needs a fenced in yard. Bruno has been neutered, microchipped and is fully vaccinated. Call us at 508-548-7742 to meet Bruno.

We are still offering our Vet Assistance Program, designed to help ensure your dog is able to see a veterinarian for care when needed, as well as our $60 Food Voucher Program. The food vouchers are redeemable at Uptown Dog on route 28A in West Falmouth or at Falmouth Pet Center on route 28 near Stop & Shop. To participate in either or both programs, please call our office at 508-548-7742 and leave a message specifying what you need. Please be sure to speak slowly and clearly state your name and phone number.

 
 
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