This is the story of Zane
Bond County Humane Society pulled Zane, an eight year old Beagle, from Pocahontas Animal Control when his time had expired to give him another chance at life in
his senior dog years. Zane was picked up as a stray and must have been roaming for quite a while because his ears were full of ticks.
His favorite thing at our shelter was still going for walks so he could take in all the scents.
In June 2016, Zane met his new furever family who adopted him and have sent us this wonderful email:
Rachel and Bond County Humane Society,
Joe [as you can tell, we've renamed Zane] figured out that he can lay on any of the 3 dog beds we have out in the living room.
Sometimes he and our other dog Sadie play musical beds. One will get up to go get a drink and the other will steal that bed. Joe
also likes to watch 'Dogtown' and 'Save Our Shelter' with me. He follows us around as he seems to want to be near us all the time.
We don't mind one bit. Still working on the housebreaking, but he's doing much better. I finally caught on to his signal when he needs to go out.
Maybe I was the one that needed the training!! We are so happy to have him in our family. Thank you and your staff for taking such good care of our boy till he found us.
June 23, 2016