Upcoming Events

Jan 16, 2018 (Tuesday)
Facebook - Meet the Animals Live

Jan 17, 2018 (Wednesday)
Youth Club Informational Meeting

Jan 20, 2018 (Saturday)
Meet and Greet at Mischief's Brewing


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Adoptable Pet

Spike

Spike is a permanent resident of AEAR due to his age. He is very happy in his foster home. We would like him to live out his life there. if you'd like to donate towards Spike's ongoing...

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From the Blog

Youth Club Holiday Party and Guest Speaker

  Sunday December 5 from 3-5 p.m. is our Youth Club Holiday Party.  We will have a very special speaker.  Susan Elliott, Animal Warden for Waukegan Animal Control, and her therapy dog Boz will talk to the kids all about her job...

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Introducing Mona

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Our Pets

Spike

Age:
~ 17 years
Breed:
Miniature Pinscher
Gender:
Male
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More about Spike

Spike is a permanent resident of AEAR due to his age. He is very happy in his foster home. We would like him to live out his life there. if you'd like to donate towards Spike's ongoing care we'd be very grateful. You can go to our web site to make a donation at www.aear.org. We also encourage you to follow our very active Facebook page.

Spike is a senior boy that has reached a time in his life where he wants to enjoy life and watch the world go by.

Spike does get along with small dogs but can be quite defensive with big dogs...but the big dogs he's living with now look at him like, "who are you fooling?" LOL.

Spike is an easy dog who would make a wonderful companion.

Want to meet Spike? The first step is to fill out an Adoption Application. Learn more about our Adoption Process. The adoption donation for Spike is $200. For details about our adoption donation, read The Cost of Adoption.


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