Pet Pal of the Week


This week’s Featured Pet is Ruby, a 6 year old Bull terrier mix who has called Woods a home since May. Ruby is spayed, current on vaccinations and micro chipped. She is currently serving as a humane ambassador with Woods Humane Education Coordinator and makes numerous appearances to local elementary schools. Oh and Ruby is a one-eyed-wonder dog! Ruby likes to explore and loves to travel.


Ruby recently had an Animal Communication Session with an Animal Communicator in Arizona. In this conversation, Ruby expressed her love for people, desire to help people understand how good food tastes and things smell, and wants of nothing more than a loving home. She also said that she likes kids and loves her name. She likes the little flat meat treats that she receives at Woods and that she is very grateful of the staff here at Woods for the love and care she receives….however she understands how Woods is not her forever home. She also mentioned that she lost her eye in a pirate fight. (I wish that I was making this up…but I’m not)


Ruby's Story...
Hello! My name is Ruby. I am a very good-natured and happy girl who would make a wonderful family dog. I am very friendly to people and I love having company. I will hang out with you and stay close for petting but I am not in your face. I am polite and a good listener and even keep my kennel clean. I was originally transferred from San Luis Obispo Animal Services to Woods Humane Society with my best friend - Charlie - who is another small dog here at Woods. I can be picky about which dogs I get along with - I prefer dogs who respect my personal space. I cannot go to a home with cats. I am best suited to a home where I will get lots of attention and a walk now and then. I am very tolerant and can live with any age children. I will make a fantastic companion to anyone who can see the beautiful girl I am inside and out.


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