BURNETT COUNTY -- Enjoy these brisk fall days with a new walking partner. HSBC has several canine residents who are willing and able to join you on your adventures.

Max is a two-year-old black and tan coonhound looking for a leader to introduce him to the world. This 60-pound boy is energetic and friendly, he just has not had a lot of experiences. Max was an outside dog, so he’ll need to be coached on house manners. Max loves his food, and happy dances during feeding time so training with rewards should be easy. He is good with kids, not so great with cats, and seems interested in other dogs. Max is looking forward to meeting you!

Looking for a middle-aged lady to spoil? Ruger raises a paw! Ruger is a seven-year-old black Labrador mix who would love a bit of TLC now that she is done raising puppies. She is a smart girl who knows how to sit and shake and would be a lot of fun to teach other things to. Ruger is good with other dogs and kids, although at 85 pounds, sometimes is not aware of her size. She assures you that she has lots of active, loving years left to give.

HSBC appreciates all the recent donations to help with keeping their residents happy and healthy. If you are wondering what else they can use, they are recently in need of a pooper scooper and squeegee. They also need Kong supplies: peanut butter, spray cheese, and a bottle brush. They can always use cat litter and dog biscuits (small to large-sized), no chew spray, and Odaban for kennel cleaning. The shelter is also looking for two brooms and dustpans to help clean up. Donations can be dropped off at the shelter during public hours.

There is still time to pick up tickets for the Dancing With the Dogs fundraiser. Don’t miss this fun night, Saturday, Nov. 3 from 7-10 p.m. at the Webster Community Center. Advance tickets are available at HSBC, Fresh Start Coffee Roasters, and from HSBC volunteers.

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