Meet Kimber a seven-year-old German Shepherd.

Find me my furever home

Three dogs are looking for a place to call home.

Three energetic dogs are currently awaiting their ‘forever’ home at the Kelowna BC SPCA.

Turner and his brother Hooch were strays just a few weeks ago, but are now in the care of the Kelowna shelter. Named for their keen sense of smell these Coon Hounds are just as adorable as the real Turner and Hooch.

The two-year-old brothers are a bonded pair and are looking for someone who knows their breed. They will need some training and a lot of exercise, but at the end of the day they are always down to cuddle.

Also residing at the shelter is Kimber a playful 7-year-old German Shepard cross. He is showing no signs of slowing down, whether it’s playing tug-of-war or going for a run.

Kimber will need a guardian who loves the outdoors and getting exercise, to help curb his enthusiasm sometimes.

If you would like to meet any of these three pups or any of the other animals at the shelter please contact the Kelowna BC SPCA at 3785 Casorso Road, (250) 861-7722.

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