Our featured Wet Nose this week, brought to you by Shipton's Big R, is a sweet girl named Maisy. She's 4 years old and waiting to be adopted at Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.

Here's what Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter has to say about 4-year old Maisy:

Maisy is the sweetest girl who would love to chill next to you on the couch.  She can a bit picky about sharing with other furry friends, so moving forward, she would likely do best as the only pet in a home.  Her previous owners also reported that she is potty-trained.  She enjoys going for car rides, playing with toys, and eating treats (in fact, she enjoys treats a bit too much and is a tad chunky!).  Maisy is very friendly and affectionate towards people!  While we are unsure if she’s ever lived with children before, but we believe she would likely be a good family dog.

To get more information about adopting Maisy, or to set up a meeting at YVAS, CLICK HERE

UPDATE: Last week's featured Wet Nose, Casper the 4-month old Heeler mix was adopted!

Credit: YVAS

To see more DOGS waiting to be adopted at Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter, CLICK HERE.
To see the CATS that are available for adoption at YVAS, CLICK HERE.

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