I am a huge advocate for adopting animals from local rescues. The best part is when you adopt one animal, you are actually saving two because the rescue is able to take another dog or cat into their care.

One local rescue that I mention each week on Whisker Wednesday is Mondak Animal Rescue in Williston. They are dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals and to the promotion of their adoption program.
If you're looking to expand your family and add a furry kid MDAR has many animals for adoption. From kittens & puppies, adolescent, adults to senior cats & dogs of all sizes -they may have that missing puzzle piece to your family.

I'd like to tell you about their Pet of The Week - Suzie! She’s a medium/small terrier mix. Probably around 2 but packed full of energy! She would prefer a family that does not mind taking walks & playing for hours. Does good with the right dogs, unsure on cats, & seems to really enjoy people. Suzie is spayed and up to date on vaccinations.

Suzie deserves to find a forever family. For more information on Suzie, call 701-577-7387. Think she's the one you've been looking for? If so, fill out an adoption application on their website today!

Adoption applications are located on their website and must be filled out in order to adopt from the shelter and as always please remember to do a meet a greet to make sure their shelter dogs are the perfect match for your family.

If you are interested in adopting please fill out an application and stop by the Buck Scheele Family Animal shelter for a visit. Help us find  people!

Visit their website at www.mondakanimalrescue.org

Stop out to the Buck Sheele Family Animal Center to drop off donations or to adopt. Mondak Animal Rescue is located at 6207 1st Avenue West in Williston and their number is 701-577-7387 (PETS). They are so appreciative of donations.

Suzie- Mondak Animal Rescue's Pet of the Week for July 5

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