Monday, April 25, 2016

Adoption Monday: Halo!, Labrador Retriever, New Milford, CT

Halo is a very special girl who came in to the shelter with a terribly injured leg which had to be amputated due to infection and severe arthritis. But Halo certainly has not let that slow her down!

Halo is a goofy, happy girl who loves to go for long walks and she loves all people. 

One of her favorite things to do is to cuddle on her cozy bed. Halo has now also finished her heartworm treatment.

Halo has blossomed into a goofy and playful girl who is going to make some family very happy!


The Animal Welfare Society of New Milford, is an independent, non-profit, non-destroy organization founded in 1965. Our mission is to aid and find loving homes for abandoned and abused cats and dogs in New Milford, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Roxbury and Washington, Connecticut.

We maintain our own shelter housing 80 cats and 20 dogs (and the occasional rabbit) and place approximately 350 animals each year.

The shelter is supported by the generosity of private individuals and local businesses, dues from our annual Membership Drive and special fundraising events held throughout the year. If you are interested in donating or purchasing an item from our shelter wishlist, please visit the you can help page of our website.

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