Article posted Thursday, August 20, 2009 11:23pm

Beemer:  Hi, my name is Beemer. I’m a male, black lab mix about one to two years old. Even though I am a stray I still have a positive outlook on my future! I love to hang out with the staff, play fetch, sit, shake hands and go for walks. I am very sociable and love the company of others. I am up-to-date with my vaccinations and have an appointment with the doctor to get neutered soon. I hope to be adopted quickly; I’m looking for a friend to play with!!

Mr. Anderson:  Hello, I am Anderson, but my friends call me Mr. Anderson. Most of the ladies around the shelter find me irresistible with my goof-ball sense of humor and my brown/black coat. I am quite the character in that I like to sneak around the shelter to places that I shouldn’t be in. Being a young guy (one to three years) such as myself, I like to make sure I take good care of myself. I’ve been to the doctors to get neutered and have my vaccines up-to-date. All in all I’m a great catch!

The Door County Humane Society, located at 3475 Park Drive (County PD) 
in Sturgeon Bay, is open for adoption Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat., and Sun. 
from noon – 4 pm. For more information call 920.746.1111 or visit


Bark in the Park

The Bark in the Park Pet Walk is scheduled for Saturday, September 12 at Sunset Park, Sturgeon Bay. All registered walkers will receive lunch and doggie goodie bags. There will also be live music with Coverleague, Bob and Mike Starr, exhibitors, pet psychic Gale Ritchey, doggie carnival games, 50-50 Raffle, an award ceremony and much more. The walk, which begins at 10 am, is led by Harley the Camel, and all proceeds benefit the lost and homeless pets of our community. Visit for a registration/pledge form or come at 9 am on September 12.