It's amazing what a difference a few weeks of love can make in the life of a homeless dog.

We're taking a look at this week's featured pets from Roice-Hurst Humane Societ, trying to find new forever homes for these homeless dogs and cats.

The Before Pancake

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The first one we feature this week is Pancake, who has undergone a remarkable transformation. Pancake is a 10-year-old miniature Terrier/Poodle that had been hit by a car, arriving at Roice-Hurst injured, matted, and lost. After seven weeks of vet care, time at a foster home, and a fantastic makeover, Pancake is now healed up and ready for a family.

The After Pancake

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Doesn't he look adorable? You can see the incredible change in Pancake's appearance. Pancake is said to be more of a people person than a dog person, and might be a little shy at first - but once he gets to know you, won't leave your side.

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Magnus Is Ready For A New Home

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The second featured pet is Magnus, who really needs a new home. Magnus has been at Roice-Hurst since November and is more than ready for a family. Magnus is a happy and energetic 2-year-old with a bright smile. He would be best as an only child.

Oreo Needs New Family

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For the cat lovers, we are featuring one feline this week named Oreo. He came to Roice-Hurst following the lifestyle change of his previous owner and is ready for a new family. Oreo is 1-year-old and very friendly.

If you are interested in meeting one of these homeless pets, just contact Roice-Hurst Humane Society and arrange an appointment. You can also see other homeless dogs and cats that are ready to be adopted. If you are a dog lover, you might be interested in purchasing a 2022 calendar featuring stunning photography of their shelter pets.

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