Okay, admittedly the title does not have a thing to do with the article but I knew you couldn’t resist…..
Hi there! We are in New England and we would LOVE to meet you! This litter of cuties was found in a cardboard box down by a Tennessee river and turned into our rescue. Some of the pups look like little terrier/hound mixes and others look like little lab/hound mixes. Nonetheless, they are ADORABLE. We still have four boys left out of the litter and they are currently being fostered in Portland, Maine. The boys are about fifteen weeks old (July 25) and are very happy and playful little dogs! They will likely be no larger than medium sized when they are full grown. They are completely up to date on their shots and they have been neutered. They are completely crate trained, as they spent the majority of their first three months confined to crates, and we are working hard on sit, stay, leash and potty training. They were awaiting adoption at one of our partner vet offices in Tennesee but the office closes it’s doors for good on July 30th. We have moved all of the remaining rescue dogs to New England foster homes. They are very excited to get out of their little crates and run and play at your house!!
We also have a beautiful female brindle lab mix in a Hampden, Maine foster home. Her name is Camo and she is a sweet and affectionate girl. She is about 9 months old and she is very active. She is a medium sized girl, about 35 pounds and she will not get any bigger. She absolutely loves her foster brother George (who is a Pooches on the Move alumni!) and they play and run constantly. She loves to be outside too! She is living with two cats right now too and she doesn’t pay any attention to them. She has also lived in a foster home with children and she was very sweet to the kids too. Camo is up to date on her shots and she has been spayed. Please contact us for more information or to set up a meet and greet with Camo.
Please check out the photos of all of these pups in the slide show!
We, as in me, Melissa, could also use a handful of nurturing foster homes. We always have pups that we would like to bring up to New England but we don’t have a physical shelter here yet….(I’m working on it!). Foster homes are generally short-term placements until we get puppies adopted. I will provide the food and toys, you just add the love! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in fostering one of our pups.
As always, I invite you to take a look at our website: www.poochesonthemove.net and check out all of the wonderful pets we have awaiting forever homes!
–Be Compassionate. Sure he just scooted his ass across your freshly vacuumed carpet in the middle of Bible study, but that doesn’t mean you need to get rid of him. Get him trained or quit having people over.