This weeks featured pet is Sugar Bear. Sugar Bear is a 3 month old pit bull terrier. She was found as a stray, no called to reclaim her. She is white with copper spots and has amazing eyes. Sugar Bear is a playful pup with a lot of energy. She is smart and is a quick learner. Check out Sugar Bear's post, she is a doll.
St. Francis Animal Shelter offers the following services:
** Microchipping Identification Service
**1/2 price Spay and Neuter Certificates
**Sell of city tags for the residents of Buffalo, Wyoming
Who We Are
The St. Francis Animal Shelter (SFAS) formed as a non-profit organization in January 1997. Prior to 1997, the City of Buffalo had no animal shelter and Buffalo maintained a pound where lost, stray and unwanted animals ended up with only 72 hours to find their owner or a new home. Over 200 dogs and an unknown number of cats and kittens were euthanized annually. In October of 1997 we signed an agreement with the City of Buffalo to operate the city pound as a "no kill" shelter.
In June 2004, SFAS moved to our new 5,000 sq. ft. facility at 109 Flatiron Drive. We house and care for all homeless cats and dogs until good homes are found. Included in the adoption fee are vaccinations, spay/neuter expenses and microchipping. None of our animals are released until they are spay/neutered. If they are too young at the time of adoption, SFAS provides a free apsy/neuter certificate.
In cooperation with Petfinder.com new homes have been found for unfortunate dogs and cats that have been abandoned or unclaimed.
Adopting a friend
Our adoption process includes a completed application with atleast 3 references. A former or current vet makes the best reference. After the references have been checked, and your application has been reviewed by our adoption committee, it is time to decide on your new family member. We offer a "trial" period for you and the dog or cat of choice. You may take up to 1 week to make your final decision. Our adoption fees are as follows: Adult cats $40 Kittens $60 Adult dogs $50 Puppies $70. There is a spay/neuter deposit for all unaltered animals. Watch for our Special Offers.
Come Visit Us!
Located in Buffalo, Wyoming. Off of US-16 W. Just behind the Buffalo Vet Clinic. 109 Flatiron Drive.
St. Francis Animal Shelter P.O. Box 221
Buffalo, WY 82834
Email: Click here for a list of pets at this shelter