Sweet Baku the Beagle was adopted, then found wandering alone
Each week, we feature one of the adorable looking for their “furever” home animals to the Humane Society of Genesee County with our Tuesday Tails.
Baku the Beagle was adopted years ago by the Humane Society of Genesee County and has started a new life. About a month ago, Baku was found wandering alone and scared. Thanks to its microchip, HSGC had the contact details of the owners, but unfortunately they did not answer calls or letters … and poor Baku was alone again.
Baku is a 6 year old beagle mix, and he’s all love !. While in the studio he was a little curious, then just lay down on the floor and relaxed. He would be a perfect family dog, but would do better in a new home with a fenced yard. He has so much love to give and would be a perfect addition to any family.
If you are interested in giving love to Baku or another animal looking for a home, contact the Humane Society of Genesee County at [email protected] You can also visit them during their normal business hours to meet these sweet brothers.
If you’re not looking to adopt right now, you can help the Humane Society of Genesee County by making sure you pick them as your charity when shopping on Amazon and Kroger. A percentage of your sale will go to HSGC to help support the care of all of these adorable pets waiting to find their homes. Every little bit counts and is greatly appreciated.
Tuesday Tails is made possible by our friends at Key-Lore Kanine Kountry Klub.