Adopt a fur-ever friend at Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter

One of the great things about dogs is that they always love you unconditionally. Have a bad day? In a foul mood? Life sucks right now? A dog doesn't care. They just want to be petted, eat treats, and spend every minute of the day with you. Today's featured Wet Nose Wednesday Pet checks all of those boxes.

Leo at YVAS
Credit Jaci Bjorne, TSM/Canva

Meet Loveable Leo.

If this dog could talk, we're pretty sure he'd be cracking jokes. Leo is a sleek, two-year-old Bully mix with a fantastic personality and fun cow-like markings. His long, slappy tail didn't stop wagging during his entire studio visit today.

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Leo has ears, we promise. Credit Jaci Bjorne, TSM

A shining example of the shelter's foster program.

Leo arrived at the shelter about four months ago and was entered into YVAS's foster program. His foster parent(s) did a fantastic job giving Leo some basic training. He knows how to sit, and shake, and doesn't jump up on people. Despite his high energy level, we got the impression that he's quite well-behaved. Leo reportedly does great with other dogs, respectful children, and cats.

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Photo via Facebook/YVAS

Follow Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter on Facebook.

Even if you're not in a position to adopt another pet, animal lovers in Billings should follow YVAS on their active Facebook page, where they post updates on adoption success stories, upcoming spay and neuter clinics, and fun community events like their next "School's Out Day Camp" on February 12.

Join us on Monday, February 12th as we celebrate a camper and counselor favorite: Paw-sidents Day! Campers will help us select this year’s Shelter Pawsident, make paw-triotic dog treats, enjoy animal guests, and many other activities that will surely get everyone in the patriotic mood.

The link to register is HERE.

If you don't think Leo is quite the right pet for you, browse all of the dogs, cats, and mini-pets currently available for adoption at Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter HERE. Thank you to Shipton's Big R for supporting pet adoption in the Billings area.

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