Each week our StormTracker59 Team will feature an ‘Adoptable Pet of the Week’ from the Greenbrier Humane Society on their Pet Walking Forecast. Special thanks to Greenbrier Motor Company, Greenbrier Chevrolet & Buick, and Greenbrier Ford for helping us find these pets a new forever home. If you’d like more information on a feature pet not listed below, head over to the Greenbrier Humane Society Shelter at 151 Holliday Lane, Lewisburg, WV 24901, calling 304-645-4775, or visiting their Facebook here.


JANUARY 29th – FEBRUARY 4th : Please welcome our Pet of the Week, Gator! He is a 2 year old, “well fed” 78lb pup that came to the shelter with his two siblings. Gator is a pup perfect for a home with kids that can keep him active. For more information on this adorable pup, contact the Greenbrier Humane Society shelter above.

While pets have fur to protect them from the blistering cold, remember most humans don’t.
Wind Chills are what it feels like on exposed skin. While the thermometer could read 20 degrees, winds could make it feel much colder. For this reason, when wind chills get down cold enough, it is important to protect yourself from frostbite and hypothermia. For pets, protecting paws from cold blisters, cuts from ice, or simply long exposure with the cold is a must as winter continues.

Remember, it is against the law to keep a pet outdoors without adequate shelter, food, and water when extreme cold settles in. Rule of thumb, if you’re cold, they’re cold. Bring them in!

Pets with “adopted” after their name have found their forever home! THANK YOU!

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