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Spot

Male Puppy Labrador Retriever Hound (Unknown Type) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Spot, please contact Paws Rescue League at admin@pawsrescueleague.org

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About Spot

Adoption Fee: $565

Spot and Dot come from Arkansas, through one of out partnering rescues. Dot and Spot were found being dumped on the road out of someones car. The two babies, confused, alone and scared sat there for a while as their people drove away, witnesses saw this happen and called for help. By the time help arrived the two puppies were waddling down the road to seek shelter, and safety. Little did they know help was there! Spot and Dot were scooped up, taken to the vet, got all their vaccines, and Spayed and neutered and were healthy for adoption! Spot and Dot have been eagerly waiting for their freedom ride up north. They arrive in CT on 6/18 and are looking for their furever homes.

Spot and Dot are about 3 months old. Spot is a male, Dot a female. They look like twins! They love everyone, all people, kids, other dogs, cats, animals. They are happy, healthy loving pups, who need families of their own to spend the rest of their lives with. They would do good in almost any type of home, active homes, or semi active homes, they would each love to have a yard of their own, so they can run around and play safely. They are up to date medically, crate trained, and still working on mastering housebreaking, but they are still very young.

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Details

Name
Spot
Age
5 Months, 3 Weeks and 3 Days
Gender
Male
Size
Large
Primary Color
White
Secondary Color
Fawn
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

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Bit-Bit

Belgian Malinois

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Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrie

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Dolly

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Dolly hails from Puerto Rico originally. She was brought to the states, by someone who inteneded to keep her, she was then rehomed to an... show more

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Duke

Catahoula Leopard Dog

Duke was saved from a kill shelter. His prior owner had dumped him at animal control with his bone. Duke had no idea what was happening,... show more

Duke was saved from a kill shelter. His prior owner had dumped him at animal control with his bone. Duke had no idea what was happening, and he held on to his bone, as the only small piece of familiarity, and comfort. Duke didnt realized from the moment he was walked into the building that a timer started ticking. Dogs who are surrendered to the shelter that we saved Duke and others from, only have 24 hours until they are euthanized - for space. The communities, and shelters are so overwhelmed, and they have to take stray dogs in. They do not have the capacity to keep up with the enormous amount of unwanted and abandoned dogs. So dogs who are dumped by their owners, are the first to be euthanized.  Luckily for Duke, Paws Rescue League saw him, and made arrangemts to save him. Duke was picked up and placed in a TN foster home, was fully vetted, and cleared for adoption. He arrives in New England on 07/02/2022, and will be ready for his furever family! Duke is crate trained, potty trained, he knows his basic commands, sit, and lay down. He is good with other dogs, we are unsure about cats, as hes not been cat tested yet. He is good with people but we suggest older children 10 years and up.  Duke is an active dog, true to his breed, he is a sweet dog and aims to please his owners. He cant wait to be in a home where he is loved and cared for, and never dumped again. show less