Berkshire Humane Society Pet of the Week: Meet Jackson
Every Wednesday at 8:30 am, we are joined by John Perreault, general manager of the Berkshire Humanitarian Society to discuss all the events at their Barker Road facility, as well as their Pet of the Week.
This week’s Pet of the Week is Jackson, an adorable 5-year-old neutered male beagle. Jackson enjoys doing the things all Beagles do, including sniffing. He loves to walk and gets excited every time he hears his dog walkers take his leash. Jackson would rather be the only pet in the house as he chases cats and doesn’t get along with many dogs. He is also a little afraid of young children, so he should go to a house with ACTIVE teenagers and adults. Jackson has an occasional seizure and has been seen by a vet who doesn’t think he needs medication for them. They don’t faze Jackson – he’s a carefree beagle on the go!
It’s October, which means it’s Adopt a Shelter Dog month. To celebrate, every dog adopted this month will receive a $ 50 discount on adoption fees, including Jackson!
If you are interested in Jackson, please call the Berkshire Humane Society at 413-447-7878 or stop there at 214 Barker Road in Pittsfield.
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