Furry Fursday: Meet Ms. Klaus!

One great way to help prevent your pet from getting breast cancer is by getting her spayed.

October 5, 2017

Meet Ms. Klaus

Ms. Klaus is a three-year-old American Bulldog mix who is everything you could possibly want in a dog. Common phrases used to describe Ms. Klaus include: "extremely loving," "super playful and friendly" and "a bright bundle of energy!" Ms. Klaus loves going for walks and playing in the park where she can run around or play fetch with her person. This smart girl even knows some commands like ‘sit, shake, stay, and lay down’. You are sure to be smothered in kisses when affectionate Ms. Klaus is around and once you are hers, she will only have eyes for you. This amazing girl really makes you feel special and loved - always!

Complete your family with this precious pooch and soak in the unconditional love for many years to come.  To meet Ms. Klaus and fall in love for yourself, visit the Soffer and Fine Adoption Center or call 305-696-0800 for more information!




October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, a cause that should be recognized for both humans and animals. Dogs can also get breast cancer in the form of "mammary gland tumors." If caught early enough, though, it may be treatable. One great way to help prevent your pet from getting breast cancer is by getting her spayed.

There are many advantages to spaying and neutering pets that include health benefits like the prevention of cancers, including breast cancer, and other diseases and infections in both male and female dogs. Our clinics offer low-cost and even FREE spay and neuter services for your pet. To make an appointment to spay or neuter your pet, visit our website www.humanesocietymiami.org or call our North clinic at 305-749-1827 or our South clinic at 305-749-1854.