Each week we're showcasing one of the adorable animals looking for their "furever" home at the Humane Society of Genesee County with our Tuesday Tails.

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Meet Ranger the Beagle. He is just 6 months old and house trained. He was adopted, but his owner discovered he was allergic to Ranger, and did the right thing by returning him to the Humane Society of Genesee Country to find a new home. Ranger is all Beagle...nose to the ground, and has a voice. He would make a perfect pet for a family with kids who like to play, but would be best not in an apartment setting.

If you are interested in giving love to Ranger, or another animal looking for a home, contact the Humane Society of Genesee County at info@geneseehumane.org. You can also visit them during their regular business hours to meet these sweet brothers.

If you are not looking to adopt right now, you can help out the Humane Society of Genesee County by being sure to choose them as your charity when shopping Amazon and Kroger. A percentage of your sale will go to HSGC to help support the care of all these sweet animals waiting to find their furver homes. Every little bit helps and is greatly appreciated.

Also, the Genesee County Humane Society would like to invite you to their big event, the Ties and Tails Gala. It will be held on November 6th at Flint Golf Club and tickets as well as table sponsorship are variable now by visiting the HSGC website. 

Tuesday Tails is made possible by our friends at Key-Lore Kanine Kountry Klub.

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