Pet of the Week

February 23, 2015

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Meet Neptune, the most recent arrival to the Hull Seaside Animal Rescue! This fabulous guy was found outside during the blizzard and the shelter is looking for a loving and safe forever home for him. One where he will be cozy, warm, and loved — totally.

What a special guy! He is loving, adorable and loves to play! Wait until you see his double paws! Thick, luxurious fur and such a handsome face! He will capture your heart for sure. Neptune is a medium sized Maine Coon.

Check out his video on the Hull Seaside Animal Rescue Facebook page! More photos to come. Please call Judy at 781-534-4902 for more information on this true survivor, Neptune.

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February 16, 2015

JoyIt’s time to bring some Joy into your world! Joy is an incredibly sweet 2 year old spayed female mixed breed at the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts in Brockton. Her short legs make her look like a corgi/lab mix, so that is the shelters best guess of her breed. Joy loves people (and belly rubs), and has so much love to give! This adorable little girl is in need of a loving home where she will be a part of the family. She rides in the car wonderfully, enjoys biscuits, walks well on leash, loves jumping in the snow piles and is a total love! Joy appears to get along well with other dogs too. For details on the adoption process visit http://www.apcsm.org/ and see updates on Joy on the shelters Facebook page.

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February 9, 2015

ladyIntroducing Lady, our pet of the week from Blue Dog Shelter in Brockton! Lady is a medium size young adult Retriever-mix whose family could no longer care for her. She enjoys being around people and other dogs and could probably be around a cat that had met dogs before. Lady could be your new walking companion or playmate!

Important! Because of the large volume of email Blue Dog Shelter receives on a daily basis and their limited resources, regrettably they cannot reply to emails unless you have filled out and submitted an Adoption Application. All of their adoption dogs are spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm and lyme tested, microchipped and either crate trained or in the process of being crate trained.

Blue Dog Shelter adoption hours are Monday through Friday 10:00-3:00. Saturday Hours are 8 AM-2 PM and they are closed on Sundays (unless announced). Adoption Donations range from $150 – $450. To submit an adoption application visit the website http://www.bluedogshelter.com/.

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February 2, 2015

Tony Tony 2Say hello to Tony, a black and white long haired cat residing in Ceterville at the New England Society for Abandoned Animals. Tony is a reserved yet friendly 1 – 2 yr old. He is unsure of new people but if you approach quietly, he will enjoy being pet. He needs time to adjust to new situations. Right now, he prefers to not be picked up. Tony has a beautiful long coat which will benefit from a daily brushing to help him remain comfortable and mat-free.
He will be happy to have a perching place in front of a window where he can look out at the world. He will do best with someone who will play with him daily, providing physical exercise and mental stimulation.
He will do best in a tranquil home with a guardian who will let him get to know you at his own pace. Tony is hoping for a responsible guardian to make a lifetime commitment to care for him in a loving forever home. Call us to schedule time to meet Tony at 508.771.7800 or email help@nesaa.org.

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January 26, 2015

Davidson HarleyDouble the love with this week’s pet(s) of the week! This week we are featuring two cats – they are bonded and need to be adopted together. Harley is the black and white cat, Davidson   Harley is ten years old and weighs about 12 pounds. He is declawed and a friendly boy. Davidson is an 8 year old orange tabby who weighs about 12 pounds. She has also been declawed and also very friendly. Harley and Davidson’s mom became very ill and lost her home. Now this pair has also become homeless. If you can help, or would love to meet this loving pair, please contact the Plymouth Animal Shelter at 508.888.1186.

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January 19, 2015

Louie LouieLouie Louie is a smart, active 2 year old Wheaton Terrier mix. He loves to cuddle, but don’t expect him to slow down for long; Louie wants to play! He adores kids and other dogs, especially puppies. He does need a proper introduction to other dogs, because Louie’s sense of proper dog etiquette tends to be overwhelmed by his enthusiasm to make new friends.
A typical terrier, Louie believes cats are meant to be chased. Absolutely no kittens or other small, furry pets! However, he can get along with very large, calm cats.

Louie is practicing leash training, which he enjoys, and crate training, which he does not, but will tolerate with a comfy blanket and a tasty snack. His house training is in progress; he knows how to use a doggy door, but must be inside a secure fence if off-leash. Louie’s leash should be fastened and in hand before the door is open when going for walks; he’s in a hurry to go on new adventures with you!

For more information on Louie please contact adoptions@Lasthopek9.org. And visit their Facebook page for updates and more pictures of Louie!


January 12, 2015

diamondDiamond is a sweet senior lady in need of a loving home! She’s a 9 year old spayed pit bull who is living at the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA in Brockton because her owner moved and could not take her. Diamond is super smart and LOVES her treats. Diamond knows lots of tricks, like: sit, paw, down, roll over and she loves to show them off! She has met other dogs at the shelter and likes to play once she gets a chance to meet them. She’s been taking a bit of time to settle in (who can blame her after all the changes she’s been through), and is looking for a calm, stable home with dog experience where she’ll be given lots of love and time to adjust. She’d do best in a home without young children. Diamond is overlooked in the kennel because she barks a lot when people are staring at her through the door. All she wants is a chance to get out, but the barking makes people pass right by her. Poor Diamond hopes her special person comes soon! You can fill out an adoption for on our website here: http://www.apcsm.org/adopt or call us to schedule a visit to meet Diamond and get ready to fall in love with your newest family member: 508.586.2053.

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January 5, 2015

PatrickMeet Patrick. Patrick was born on March 9, 2009 and first came to Standish from an overcrowded shelter. Patrick is one very handsome and friendly boy who loves people. He may not sit on your lap, but he will sit next to you and sleep on your bed, if you like. Patrick was adopted but had to return to the Standish Humane Society just a few weeks ago because a member of the family recently developed health issues. It might be because Patrick spent some time as a stray, he is competitive with other cats so he should be an only cat. He would also do best in a home with only adults. If you would like a single cat who is great, please call the shelter about Patrick, at 781-834-4663 and ask to speak to an Adoption Counselor, who will explain the adoption process including relevant adoption fees. The application process will then proceed with a phone interview. Once your application is approved, a volunteer from the Adoption Team will contact you and schedule a tour of our facility. For more information about Standish Humane Society and their mission, please visit theirwebsite http://www.standishhumane.org.

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December 29, 2014

KatyKaty is an adorable white cat with splotches of black/grey and a cute pink nose. She was adopted from Quincy Animal Shelter as a kitten and after 11 happy years is visiting us once again. Sadly, the only owner she has ever known entered a nursing home and had to part with Katy and her doggy friend Lacey (a sweet Sheltie who is also in need of a home). She is shy in her new surroundings, but is appreciative of loving patting. Please don’t be fooled by her age. Katy is a mischievous scamp who likes to open bureau drawers and pull items out (you may want to lock up your unmentionables!) and loves to play. This special girl can’t wait to meet you. Come see her today! Please send questions to felinemanager@quincyanimalshelter.org and check out their Facebook page for more photos of Katy: Quincy Animal Shelter Facebook.


December 22, 2014

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Meet Willie! Willie is a sweet 1 year-old male Yorkie who weighs around 5.5lbs. Willie was surrendered by his family to Yorkies, Inc. because he needed hip surgery: Willie had his surgery on July 29th and is now ready for his new home. His surgery went well and the vets feel it was a success!

Willie gets along great with other 
small dogs and enjoys playing and interacting with them. He would love for his new home to have at least one other small dog for him to play with since he is always looking to play. He loves running around a fenced-in yard and is very fast and proud of it! He also loves running and chasing toys, too. He can be shy when meeting new people and when you attempt to pick him up, he will run away and wait for you to come back over to him, and then he will run again! Seems to be a game for him, but once in your arms he is a total love. He gives the best kisses, wiggles from excitement when you get home and he loves to lean his head on you and sleep. He is a total love bug.

Willie is trained to use a pee pad and will go outside if taken, but will need reinforcement in his new home. He enjoys going for car rides and he is also getting use to traveling in a dog bag. He is still learning to walk on a leash but is doing well.

If you have any questions please contact kerri@yorkiesinc.com and visit us online at http://www.yorkiesinc.com/AvailableYorkies.htm.

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December 15, 2014

RudySay hello to Rudy. Rudy is an old man foxhound who came to the Scituate Animal Shelter super thin and is working on putting some meat back on his bones! He is about 9 years old and was found as a stray, but the shelter was able to track Rudy back to another owner who informed them he is great with kids, dogs, cats and is house trained. Rudy would escape the yard through a gap in the fencing so a secure yard is a must for this old timer. If left off leash he would run away. His ideal home would be one where someone is around to hang out on the couch with him and spend the day being lazy our out for walks. There is no adoption fee for Rudy, just a donation in any amount possible.

To meet Rudy email sciutateanimalshelter.org or call 781.544.4533 or visit during open hours found on the website: scituateanimalshelter.org.

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December 8, 2014

Rest in Peace, Ferdinand. Due to pain and complications from many surgeries, Ferdinand was put to sleep in January, 2015. :(

1504106_572312022848705_1600071300_nMeet Ferdinand, a six year old neutered male pit bull mix. He is such a big gentle dog that the Milton Animal League named him after the children’s book character Ferdinand, a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights. This Ferdinand likes to sniff all the interesting smells around the shelter, as well as give big sloppy kisses to volunteers. Ferdinand would like everyone to know that he’s a lover, not a fighter!  After much care and therapy for joint issues after his three surgeries, Ferdie is finally ready to go home.  He’ll always have a funny walk, but he’s the same loving boy he’s always been. January marks one year that Ferdinand was left abandoned at the shelter – please help us bring Ferdinand home for the holidays!

The Milton Animal League is raising funds to help defray the cost of Ferdie’s vet care. Donations can be made conveniently through PayPal or on Ferdinand’s GoFundMe page. Ferdinand thanks you! Click on the Milton Animal League website to see a video of Ferdie!  http://www.miltonanimalleague.org/#!dogs/c1ew9

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December 1, 2014

beans-166x250Unfortunately, this is a re-posting…from May. Poor Miss Beans is still looking for her furever family. Miss Beans is a beautiful girl who is a 5-6 years young Hound and Boxer mix. If you’ve never adopted a four legged friend before, the Plymouth Animal Shelter needs a foster home for Beans while we search for her forever home and it may be the perfect first step for you. Fostering is a wonderful way to experience the joy of welcoming a pet into your home while helping out a homeless animal in their greatest time of need.

Do you enjoy long walks, hikes & great weather? Wouldn’t you love a dog who can keep up with you or even give you a boost to go just a few more steps? Beans is that great girl you’ve been lookign for. She loves people and it’s not uncommon for her to lean up next to you for a good scratch behind the ears and give you dozens of kisses. She would love an active forever home with a fenced yard to romp in. She’s not good with other pets so she would need to be your only furbaby but it’s very possible with a good trainer & some patience her only flaw could be altered a bit.

If you are interested in adopting of fostering Beans please email plymouthanimalshelter@gmail.com for an application or please call Plymouth Animal Shelter 508-888-1166.

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November 24, 2014

daffodilMeet Daffodil, a resident of the Hull Seaside Animal Rescue. Daffodil is a 2 year old spayed female tiger. She is medium size and does well with other cats. She prefers to be in a home with no small children or dogs. Daffodil particularly enjoys being brushed. She spends a lot of time at the window ledge watching the activity outside, so a window where she can enjoy the sun and view will be perfect for her. She needs affection and a gentle touch while she becomes comfortable as she most likely was abandoned and left outside. Now she is safe and just waiting for a home where she can enjoy love, attention and understanding.Please call Hull Seaside Animal Rescue and speak with Judy at 781-534-4902 for more information.

Also be sure to tune in on Tuesday, November 25 at 9:22 a.m. to our Paws and Claws segment – Hull Seaside Animal Rescue’s Casey Fredette will be in studio to talk about their major fundraising effort – the Kittendales calendar! Casey will tell us where we can purchase a 2015 calendar to help the shelter. Log onto hsar.org/ for more details about the calendar and the available cats!

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November 17, 2014

AprilDid you know November is adopt a senior pet month? We’ve got just the senior for you – April! April resides with friend of Last Hope K9 Rescue and April is a sweet senior boxer who loves to cuddle on the couch and take naps. She gets along with all her foster siblings, playing nicely and not fighting over goodies. April loves pretty much everyone she meets, but she hasn’t been tested with toddlers or cats. She loves riding in the car and knows “go for a walk” and “go outside”. April is an escape artist and will go over or under a fence to go on an adventure, it is recommended to keep her on a leash outside. She’s house broken and crate trained and is ready to meet you and your family! For details and to fill out an application visit lasthopek9rescue.org.


November 10, 2014

2892692b-1909-4dc7-aa59-74a302eecb92Meet Venus!! Venus is a cute and petite 2 year old girl, residing at the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA in Brockton. She was fending for herself and her kittens outside, but would really like to find a loving home. Venus came to the shelter in September. Her kittens have been adopted, and Venus thinks it should be her turn now! While she is a bit slow to warm up, she does love a good chin scratch and will be a lovely friend to her new people! Come to the Animal Protection Center in Brockton to meet Venus, or any of their other cats and dogs. You can also learn more about the Center and their adoption process by click on their website here.

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November 3, 2014

10645189_715364698543436_4474437751632247160_n485529_723901484356424_9092137725753704665_nThis is Hubert’s story. Hubert has been at the Milton Animal League Shelter for more than 430 days. That’s right, over a year. Hubert was found running on a street in Milton and was taken in by a resident who called the shelter. The shelter thinks he is about 3 years old; some people see Visla in him but he is listed as a pit bull terrier mix since they are not sure of the mix. Hubert can be anxious and when he is he gets jumpy and mouthy. Hubert also can be such a cuddle bug and clearly loves human touch and attention. He needs a calm, experienced owner that can make his life predictable. He needs someone who is around rather than someone at work for 8 hours a day. Hubert would likely be ok with bigger dogs if introduced patiently, but he is way too interested in cats and should not live with them. The fact that Hubert is part American Pit Bull Terrier and has some restrictions for an adoption make it difficult for him and others like him. His first adoption showed he was too jumpy when excited for young children, and his second adoption showed he needed a calm home with a routine and dog savvy handler. Hubert is on his best behavior in a calm environment with people he can look to for guidance. He thrives when he knows what is expected of him.

Hubert is an internet sensation – an all-out social media campaign has been started to get Hubert the attention he needs to find the perfect home. You can keep up with Hubert’s updates on his very own Facebook page – just click here!

Nancy is the Animal Control Officer in Milton and coordinates the dog adoptions. To make an appointment to see Hubert, please call the shelter at (617) 698-0413. For more details about the Milton Animal League visit their website here.

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October 27, 2014

simba 2Simba was recently brought to Hull Seaside Animal Rescue after his owner could no longer keep him. This awesome orange tiger is just the most handsome boy — and he knows it! simba

Simba wants and enjoys attention and is trying very hard to be the main attraction as he greets the shelter workers at the door to his room. He came to the shelter with his housemate Flip. Both are wonderful cats but they do not have to go together to a forever home. It would be nice, but it’s not necessary. In fact Simba would prefer to be your main squeeze and go to a home without any other cats. 

Please call Judy at Hull Seaside Animal Rescue 781-534-4902 for more information on this gregarious guy and to arrange a visit to meet him. He’d love to meet YOU! Visit the shelter online at www.hsar.org/ and don’t forget to check out their 2015 Kittendales calendar! It’s on sale for only $20 and has been raising money for the shelter’s cats and kittens for the past 8 years!

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October 20, 2014

10649722_769210236470501_5730429796406362217_nMeet Digby! Digby is a 2 year old Boxer mix who weighs about 45 pounds. Digby is good with older children, most other dogs (no alpha males, please!) but is not really a fan of cats. He’s crate trained and will go to the door when he needs to go outside to go to the bathroom. Digby is a very good dog who deserves a home where he will be able to play and run to his heart’s content. He is a little quirky about some things, such as dogs, cats and kids. He does well as long as he is kept in check with the other animals (with proper intro) and with the kids. Digby is smart, loving and genuinely a playful pup. He just needs someone to give him boundaries and direction. To find out more about Digby please visit lasthopek9.org and to fill out an application click here!

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October 13, 2014

1548037_763143473727821_4256008436758610905_oHi my name is Louie!! I am an American and English bulldog mix. I am 4 years old and have been through obedience training. I am extremely friendly but very strong. I came from a home with a cat. Please adopt me! I’m currently residing with folks from the Marshfield Animal Shelter. The shelter is located at 156 Clay Pit Road and in order to see me you have to make an appointment. You can call (781) 834-6655 to make an appointment and to learn about the adoption process. You can learn more about me and my friends at the shelter through the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/marshfieldanimalshelter. Oh and we have a fun fundraiser on October 25 – it’s our second annual pumpkin illumination. We’ll have kid and pet costume contests, a bouncy house, raffles, a haunted shelter walk  and face painting! Come by from 4 – 7! All proceeds benefit the Marshfield Animal Shelter!

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October 6, 2014

Tommynew1Tommy is an adorable 7 1/2 year old, male, pure bred Yorkie with a sweet  personality. Tommy is currently being fostered with Yorkie’s Inc. He weighs approximately 5 pounds. Tommy has been fully vetted and is ready for his new home. Tommy is a sweetie who loves to be where you are whether on the couch or on the bed. He is doing well with house training as long as you take him out on a scheduled basis. While he doesn’t really play with other dogs he gets along with them very well and would be a great companion dog for another small dog. He is learning to walk on a leash and enjoys being outside, with you. If you are interested in adopting Tommy please submit an adoption application which you can find on our website: yorkiesinc.com. Any questions, please write to kerri@yorkiesinc.com.


September 29, 2014

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Meet Daisy! Daisy is a 1 1/2 year old lady with a sweet face and sleek black fur. She recently lost her owner and found herself at Quincy Animal Shelter, sad and scared and alone. She may seem nervous at first, but once she has a hand on her for some attention she is fine. Daisy is very playful and friendly! She loves to be held and cuddled and pet. She also gives kisses! She would love to be your new family member so you can play together! Please come see her soon! Please send questions to felinemanager@quincyanimalshelter.org.


September 22, 2014

10258506_10152267327626567_5506508713088550741_oPlease share this photo and information far an wide. As welcoming and loving the staff is at the Scituate Animal Shelter, we don’t won’t Blanca growing up at the shelter. She needs to be in a home!

Blanca is a sweet and spunky 5 month old deaf Pit Bull puppy who is awaiting a new home. She is incredibly playful and is good with kids, cats, and especially other dogs. However, she is a bold puppy and needs a play mate and mentor that could teach her some manners, she plays rough! She needs an owner with large dog experience because she is going to be a big girl! Her new owners will need to commit to a specialized and intense training program and have the time to devout to training her.  If you are interested in Blanca and have the time and experience to dedicate to her, please fill out this survey http://scituateanimalshelter.org/adopt/make-a-match-survey/ and email us at Info@scituateanimalshelter.org.


September 15, 2014

MavisMavis is a very sweet young female hound mix. She will melt your heart when you meet her. She has very soulful eyes and a sweet disposition. Mavis has been in foster care where she has learned to interact very well with dogs, cats, chickens and a pony. Mavis knows and responds well to her basic commands. Before being rescued, Mavis had been tied outside all the time, so she does have a strong drive for fence jumping to freedom. Therefore, for her safety, her new owners MUST have at least a 6 foot, above ground fence, or adequate enclosed containment area. An active family lifestyle (hiking or running) would be ideal for Mavis. Mavis is available for adoption thru Friends of the Plymouth Pound, so if you are interested in meeting her, please contact them directly at friendsofplymouthpound@comcast.net or 508-224-6651. She is spayed, micro-chipped, and current with all age appropriate vaccinations.

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September 8, 2014

FriendlyMeet Friendly! Friendly  born on 7/1/12 and is 2 years old and was found as a stray. Friendly is quite the handsome boy with his orange and white markings.  Of course he is very friendly – just as his name says – gentle, sweet and low maintenance. Friendly hopes to find his forever home very soon. Come and visit Friendly and he will be your best friend!

If you think that Friendly may be the cat for you, call Standish today at 781-834-4663 and ask to speak to an Adoption Counselor, who will explain the adoption process including relevant adoption fees. The application process will then proceed with a phone interview. Once your application is approved, a volunteer from the Adoption Team will contact you and work diligently to schedule a tour of the facility. There are so many great cats here that even if you decide Friendly is not the right match for you and your family, you will be sure to find someone you want to take home. Do not forget to bring your cat carrier.  The Standish Humane Society in Duxbury adopts by appointment only.

For more information about Standish Humane Society and their mission, please visit http://www.standishhumane.org.

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September 1, 2014

ortizCompanionship, that’s number one on Ortiz wish list. Number two? Play! Ortiz may be 2 years old, but he has no intention of letting that slow down his play drive. Laser toys, stuffed animals, wands or a willing person. Ortiz will take what he can get and will make the most of it. He’ll chase a laser light right up a wall, jumping straight up in the air to get it. He will scale any piece of furniture to get to the toy placed on top of it. He’s willing to run as far as you can toss his toy mouse. At over 12 pounds, this athletic-build boy has a personality to match his substantial size. Much to his dismay, Ortiz’ larger-than-life disposition alienates him from the other cats.
If you spend time with Ortiz, you quickly notice that he’s a bit of a Baby Huey. Being twice the size of most of the other cats, Ortiz’ attempts at play are often met with retreat. Ortiz doesn’t let this get to him; he continues his attempts to interact with anyone he can find. Fortunately, he has more luck with people. Ortiz’ gregarious nature is obvious all the time. When left on his own he will resort to crying for the attention he craves.

Sadly, Ortiz’ former owner wasn’t prepared for a pet. They found themselves unable to pay for regular veterinary care. Many times people take a cat in without considering the expenses that accompany their new pet; food, litter, and veterinary visits. Regrettably the cats, like Ortiz, are the ones who lose out in the situation, being relocated into a new and unfamiliar setting and being surrounded by strange new cats. Through all of this change Ortiz has not lost hope for his permanent home. Every time someone enters his room, he jumps up to greet them, hopeful he will get to play. And when you leave the room, Ortiz will do his best to follow you out. Ortiz is ready for a home. He needs a home where his devotion is reciprocated and where he has space to run and explore.
Ortiz is a homerun, come meet him and see for yourself! To meet Ortiz or any of our other cats or kittens call Judy, adoption coordinator at 781-534-4902. Judy can tell you more about Ortiz or help match you with one of our other cats.

You can always see more of our animals by visiting www.petfinder.com and searching our zipcode- 02045. To see our cats and keep up to date with the shelter and its events, needs, and happenings, visit


August 25, 2014

sandySandy is a wonderful dog, currently residing in a foster home for the Friends of the Plymouth Animal Shelter. Sandy is around 30 lbs and her age is between 6-8 no one seems to know exactly the age. Sandy is a beagle mix. Six months ago she had 6 babies and, they have all been adopted. Now it is Sandy’s  turn. She has plenty of energy for her age and is a great all-around dog. Please call Donna at 617-688-5825 if you would like to meet Sandy.

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August 18, 2014

NikitaLook at that smile!! NIKITA is an approximately 6 yr old female pit mix and she is about as sweet as you can get. She is currently being fostered with a volunteer from the Scituate Animal Shelter. This lovely girl is great with kids. She’s gentle and affectionate. Nikita would love to spend some time out in the yard with you or come back in and settle in on the couch to watch a movie. She’s up for it all as long as she gets to do it with the people she loves. Nikita lived with a small dog, but she likes to play rough. So if you are looking for friend for your dog, know that she is ready rumble. As you can see, Nikita has a couple of pounds to lose but on the right diet and with regular exercise, it should come right off.

To meet our big, gorgeous girl, follow the link to fill out our survey and one of our adoption counselors will call you to set up a meet & greet!
http://scituateanimalshelter.org/adopt/make-a-match/ If you fill out the form online rather than printing it out, just mention Nikita in your answer to the last question. Visit scituateanimalshelter.org/ for details.

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