Dogs, cats, guinea pigs, lizards, and more. There are so many different types of pets out there, that it's easy to just want to love them all. And cuddle with them. And play fetch. Or just enjoy their company.

But there are some animals out there that just don't have a home and a place where they can be loved...yet.

Each day this month, we will be teaming up with Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk to highlight a particular pet that is available for adoption.

It's called March Petness.

How can you not just want to get them all?

You could give one of these adorable animals a forever home.

So who are we talking about today?

Well, meet Yukon from Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk:

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Here's what the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk has to say about Yukon :

"Hi! I'm Yukon! I am a vibrant, young, boy looking for my new home and a new family to call my very own. I'm super excited to get to know you! I am very sweet and loving and also very energetic - I am still a youngster after all! I will need A LOT of stimulation, training and exercise both physical and mental to help me live my best life. Just imagine all the adventures we'll have together!

I have done well with most other dogs, but I am pretty excitable and would prefer older-children that can appreciate my size and energy, and would be able to help in my training and exercise. Have a sled you want pulled or a wagon, I could be trained to pull both of those items it would be so much fun!! So what are you waiting for? Give AWS a call RIGHT NOW and learn how you can bring me home with you!"

Visit the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk's website here.

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