Come by The Humane Society for Animals Inc. located in Rogers, Arkansas and see the animals we have available for adoption.
Address: 407 E. Nursery Road Rogers, AR 72756
Phone: (479) 636-3703
Hours Open: Wed - Fri: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm Sat: 10:30 am - 3:00 pm Sun: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Map to our shelter
1 year old Buster is a friendly, personable Harrier/Pointer mix with a carefree, let-it-happen attitude towards life. He is in great shape, an athlete with the long Harrier legs which makes him a perfect companion for walks, bicycling or jogging. Buster also takes treats respectfully and will do a nice sit on request. Buster shares his love of life with an amazing repertoire of smiles which range from coy to come-on to appreciative to ear-to-ear bliss, all displaying the here-and-now focus that canines enjoy.
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We are always behind on our Petfinders listings. We only have about half of our pets listed on this site that are available for adoption.
YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND MAY BE WAITING FOR YOU! Doris Clark, Humane Society Board Member Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
Looking for your lost pet, or looking to adopt your next family member, please also visit the other shelters and rescue groups in our local area.
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COME ON DOWN TO THE SHELTER We are always behind on our Petfinders listings. We only have about half of our pets listed on this site that are available for adoption. YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND MAY BE WAITING FOR YOU!If you have lost your dog and you live in 'rural Benton County' or in a rural subdivision, or even at the edge of a city or town, the chances are good that your lost pet was picked up by County Animal Control. These dogs are taken to the Humane Society. Every month, we get a hundred or more- many are purebred. Some have collars;some know tricks; but, none of them can help us find their owners. The problem is enormous, expensive, and heartbreaking. It would help if you would find a way to write or fasten your phone number on the collar or harness so we can call you and get these pets back home where they belong. Understand that un-neutered males and females will not stay home. Females can conceive even when kept behind chain link fencing. If you have any questions, give us a call at 636-3703. We believe every home needs a pet but only if every pet has a caring MASTER WHO IS IN CHARGE.
Doris Clark, Humane Society Board Member
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter