ALICE, a Georgia rescue, was deserted late in her being pregnant when her homeowners moved and left her alone in the home. Now that her pups have flown the “nest,” this beautiful, younger Pittie combine is on the lookout for a house of her personal the place she will be the one pet and queen of her fort. She’s housetrained and handles effectively on leash however would nonetheless profit from the steering of an skilled adopter.
As a consequence of her dimension, condo life isn’t for Alice. What she wants is a suburban dwelling with a fenced-in yard, with youngsters over 16 who can sustain along with her vitality. A meet and greet is really helpful for the whole household to make sure an ideal match. For those who’d prefer to be taught extra about Alice, contact the Animal League America Adoption Middle in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.
ROCKO, an lovely, senior Cattledog combine, was adopted as a pet and has by no means lived anyplace however in a house. Now his aged proprietor is unable to take care of him, and Rocko is on the lookout for a contemporary begin. He would do finest in a household as the one pet, and with youngsters who’re 12 or older.
Understandably, Rocko is anxious in these new environment and desires some comforting. Are you able to give this candy canine the love he’s lacking? For those who’d prefer to be taught extra about Rocko, contact the Animal League America Adoption Middle in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.
NALA, one other Georgia rescue, is a Terrier/Boxer Mutt-i-gree a couple of 12 months previous who has struggled to search out the proper dwelling. She’s pleasant, housetrained, good with canines and youngsters over 12, however she could be very excessive vitality and desires a lot of train and an skilled proprietor. Sadly, she’s been returned twice. However we’re dedicated to discovering her the house she deserves, as a result of with the proper coaching Nala will shine. For those who’d prefer to be taught extra about Nala, contact the Animal League America Adoption Middle in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.