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Dog Adoption or Foster for Rescue Dogs like Beagle Puppies and Mixed Breeds

Dog Adoption or Foster for Rescue Dogs like Beagle Puppies and Mixed Breeds

Dog Adoption or Foster for Rescue Dogs like Beagle Puppies and Mixed BreedsDog Adoption or Foster for Rescue Dogs like Beagle Puppies and Mixed BreedsDog Adoption or Foster for Rescue Dogs like Beagle Puppies and Mixed Breeds

Ozzy & Axle

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Ozzy & Axle

Chihuahua Mixes

Adult • Male • Small

These sweethearts are a bonded pair.  You will not be required two adoption fees, just the one and then you get twice the love!! 


Looking for a petite pair of bonded sweethearts? Look no more! Dad Ozzy (handsome & blonde, 11 lbs) 8yr old and son Axle (shiny and red, 11lbs) 6yr old are very bonded.  It is like having one small dog with them but twice the love! They stay so close to each other and will to you as well. 


These two cuties are very loving, social and friendly. And Ozzy and Axle have gorgeous big warm brown eyes that look up to you with adoration. Additionally they are both kennel trained. They will kennel up on command. They are housebroken. They are also healthy, neutered, heartworm negative, and up to date on all their shots. Both have just had their teeth cleaned. 


Their owner was elderly and in failing health and could no longer care for them. So they already lost their human parent and three other dogs they lived with down South, so the last thing we want is for them to lose each other. Then they were fostered in Rockland County with three other dogs but the foster mom had to stop to assume care of her elderly mom. Now they are in a temporary foster in Bergen County. 


They are ideal for the right home and heart! They were very good with the other dogs they lived with, so they can definitely go into a home with the right other dogs. They were fine with the vet clinic cats. They love people.


UPDATE 12.22.19

Axle and Ozzie lost their foster and have been in boarding.  They have had some volunteer visits ,playdates, and sleepovers at volunteers house.  They were happy and sweet.  They slept a lot but loved when it was in your lap.  They are getting along with all the resident dogs.  There is a teenager named Gabe who visits him regularly.  He picks both of them up at the same time.  They are very easy to handle for the volunteers.  They will allow the volunteers to put on their harnesses and coats.  They walk side by side on the walk.  They love to walk .  A 45 minute walk is fun for them.  Short walks good too.  They went to their regular vet visit and are very healthy.  The doctor was able to examine them very easily.  They are good natured and loving.   The manager at the boarding facility says they are amazing dogs, and they love that guy.  They really love people.  


To foster, foster to adopt, or adopt this handsome, affectionate cuddly duo, please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an application. Thank you!  

Betsy

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Betsy

Beagle & Rat Terrier Mix

Adult • Female • Small

UPDATE December 29, 2019

Betsy is settling in very nicely to the routine in her foster home.  In the morning she waits calmly till her foster mom let's her out of her crate. They run to the front door and Betsy immediately does her business.   Then she and the 3 resident dogs have breakfast and go on a walk together.  She will then sleep on the bed with resident dog Baby Doll.  A small female feist about her size. They look alike.  She often kisses the head of resident beagle  Cupcake.  She will become alert when people such as students come to the home.  She will bark to alert but then stop when she realizes everything is alright.  She enjoys attending music lessons.  She enjoys treats. She almost always happy. 


SUMMER 2019 Betsy is like a little lamb who is lost in the woods. Petite sweet 3-year-old, 16 pound  beagle-rat terrier mix Betsy has been through so much since the spring of 2019. Her home life definitely wasn’t the greatest and it wasn’t any better when she was abandoned in a kill shelter. There she waited confused, terrified and sad. Fortunately, Peace4Paws began the process of saving her.  First, she lived with a very sweet Kentucky foster mom and ten foster dogs. There Betsy made a new best friend – Miffy - a little white fluffy doggy. Both Betsy and Miffy traveled up together from KY, but initially went to different NJ fosters. Betsy and her first NJ foster bonded well but in their huge and busy home her fear of the ever-changing traffic, especially males, was insurmountable. Heartbroken, NJ foster Mom Number One brought Betsy to foster Mom Number Two. That was stressful for Betsy but her best friend Miffy was in this foster home and that was a fun and comforting thing. Unfortunately, there was a big grouchy foster dog there who bit her in the neck for coming near the couch. Right after that bite, dear Miffy was adopted without Betsy as they didn't want two dogs. Betsy’s neck has since healed, but rather than allow that biting to repeat, Betsy went to foster Mom Number Three who will keep her until her forever family finds her. If you are still reading, we hope that forever family is you, and if not you can share her story. Now that Betsy is in her third NJ foster home, she is watching TV, listening to live music from her bed that is beneath the baby grand piano and going for walks. She is enjoying being best friends with the resident small white female dog named Baby Doll. She is still very vulnerable and nervous around new people and men. She is getting socialization experience every day however and lots of belly rubs. She spends some time in a crate which helps her feel safe. The resident dog Baby Doll helps her feel safe and Betsy responds with affection. Betsy may have suffered some physical and emotional abuse in her past from a male. She feels confident with the adult female mother figure in the house, but she needs stability. Her big honey colored eyes tell you that she wants to trust and that she will trust that special person.She gets along well with other dogs and even puppies. She loves to play. She is potty, wee-wee pad, crate and leash trained. Petite Betsy looks like a puppy with those enormous eyes and small 16-pound frame but is fully grown. Betsy just needs a patient woman to open her heart to her and she will give back endless love and affection; she is just so incredibly sweet. She is updated on all her shots, spayed, and energetically healthy.


To adopt Betsy please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you! 

Annabelle

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Annabelle

Treeing Walker Coonhound

Adult • Female • Medium

Pedigree treeing walker coonhound Annabelle was known in the shelter as the bright light because she was always smiling. She was so happy when the volunteers would come to see her. She loves being outside, sniffing, running, sunbathing and playing with other dogs. She is grateful not to have to be used for breeding any longer. She is grateful every day for the smallest things, a treat, a toy, a pet, and she just smiles. She also wags her tail a lot. She may or may not be housebroken, but she will want to learn fast anything you ask her to learn. Annabelle is a medium sized dog at 55 pounds, approximately 3 years old, spayed, up to date on all her shots and arriving in her foster home in Yorktown, NY January 4, 2020. To adopt the always positive Annabelle, please visit our website www.peace4paws.org.

Dog Size Guidelines:
Small: 25 lbs and under (11 kg)
Medium: 26–60 lbs (12 – 27 kg)
Large: 61–100 lbs (28 – 45 kg)
Extra Large: 101 lbs or more (46 kg)

Bandit

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Bandit

COURTESY LISTING
Meet Bandit. Bandit's mom lost her job and then her apartment. The only person she can move in with while she gets back on her feet financially has cat allergies. Bandit's mamma is needing to get this handsome, affectionate boy fostered for about 4 months ( just Nov - Feb). Bandit is 1.5 years old, neutered with rabies shot. He is an indoor/out door cat, that is very playful and hand reared from 3 weeks old. He is comfortable alone all day or in the company of other people and small animals around. He gets along with cats and dogs. We have available standard reccomendstions on how to introduce a new animal to a home that already has animals. He will have a stipend for food. Anyone who can foster him in NJ, NY, PA or DE will be saving his life. Will be able to drive him over. He is very loving and both mom and cat would be appreciative forever. Thank you.
To foster please fill out a foster application on our website www.peace4paws.org. Thank you so much.

Bella

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Bella

Hound Mix 

Adult • Female • Medium

Bella is beautiful and very nice! Bella loves walks, cars, doggy playdates, kids (toddlers may be too young), and just being with you! Young, sweet, affectionate hound-mix Bella had lost her home in KY due to her impoverished family losing their home. And then they could only move to a place that didn’t take dogs. Bella was left at the shelter. She was so sad. Then, due to jumping a low fence and finding chickens, she lost her foster home in NJ. She was starving so of course she was drawn to the chickens, but the neighbor wasn’t happy. We can’t blame Bella. She probably had to fend for herself down South or she wouldn’t be so skinny. Bella is 2 -3 years old, 42 pounds, silky, soft, very healthy and very skinny. She deserves a loving home that will commit to feeding her good food. She is up to date on her vaccinations and spayed. She is housebroken and crate trained. She is currently being kenneled almost all day and night as there are no fosters available at this time. This is far from ideal. She is ready for your forever family. She does get out for some walks with our volunteers and is very well behaved and happy the whole time she is with them. She tried to get in the car with one of the volunteers because she is ready to go home! She really will be a great pet to the right family. She can sit, lie down and give paws. She loves taking direction on her walks. She would enjoy a dog training class too which is always advised for new dog owners. Typically, a training class benefits the adults the most. When she was in foster for a while, she enjoyed laying on the couch with the other dogs. Because of whatever abandonment she endured prior to the foster situation you can tell she really desires full attention from the parents or the kids of the house more than the other dogs. She might really like being an only dog. Some dogs we definitely recommend for a household with another dog because they seem to really find comfort in those other dogs. In the home, at this point, Bella is looking for the connection with the people first and foremost. Understandably in the foster home setting for the few days she was there she was afraid that the other dogs would steal her food. So, the foster separated them when they ate, and everything was smooth. In the boarding scenario, kenneled next to other dogs she is patient and never barks. She is so well behaved on all her walks with the volunteers. Bella would be great with an active family who has a five to six foot fenced in backyard (Bella can jump shorter fences) or no fence. We have no information about her with cats currently. Good with dogs on the walks and in doggy parks. She will be so happy to get out of boarding and definitely deserves a good break! She is ready for her forever family. If that is you, please visit www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you.


Dog Size Guidelines:

Small: 25 lbs and under (11 kg)

Medium: 26–60 lbs (12 – 27 kg)

Large: 61–100 lbs (28 – 45 kg)

Extra Large: 101 lbs or more (46 kg)

Deisel

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Diesel

Beagle Mix 

Adult • Male • Medium

Diesel says hello! He is a super friendly handsome beagle gentleman age 5, weighing in at a very fit 29 pounds. He loves people and other dogs. He and his two dog brothers lived outside their whole life. But they did get to interact with kids and adults and enjoyed it so much. The family has four kids and they are giving up Diesel as well as his three dog brothers (also small dogs around 30 lbs, age 7, creatively named Lightening and Bolt). So, there are some big transitions ahead, but a sweet boy like Diesel will be a wonderful pet in your home. He will learn housebreaking quickly, which is the case with dogs who have been outside. He will arrive Feb 2 neutered, up to date on his shots, very healthy and very enthusiastic. To apply to adopt Diesel please fill out an adoption application at www.peace4paws.org. Thank you!

Dog Size Guidelines:
Small: 25 lbs and under (11 kg)
Medium: 26–60 lbs (12 – 27 kg)
Large: 61–100 lbs (28 – 45 kg)
Extra Large: 101 lbs or more (46 kg)

Ford

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Ford

Beagle Mix 

Puppy • Male • Medium

1-20-20 UPDATE:
Meet 5 month old beagle puppy Ford. His foster said "he's smart, sweet, very playful. Good with dogs cats and kids ". Awww! We know he will make somebody or some family or probably everyone he meets very happy! He has spent his whole life with his best friend Ty, a 2.5 year old 85 pound pitbull who is super dog friendly. Their family is moving without them. To adopt Ford or Ford and Ty please visit www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Everyone is up to date on their shots, neutered and fully vetted. They are also housebroken. Thanks and have a great day from Ford!
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Sweet Ford, only 5 months old, loses his house and his best buddy his brother dog because the family is moving away to a place that doesn't allow dogs. This beagle boy is so loving, playful, smart, and affectionate according to his foster. We expect that this resilient boy will adapt really well to his loving, committed, puppy savvy forever home. He is approximately 25 pounds, neutered, micro chipped and up-to-date on all his shots. To adopt this wonderful boy please visit www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. A fenced in backyard is preferred. Thank you.

Dog Size Guidelines:
Small: 25 lbs and under (11 kg)
Medium: 26–60 lbs (12 – 27 kg)
Large: 61–100 lbs (28 – 45 kg)
Extra Large: 101 lbs or more (46 kg)

Sandy

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Sandy

Anatolian Shepherd Mix   

Young • Female • Large

Meet lovely Sandy the sweet and friendly 75 lb. Anatolian shepherd. She is a little exotic looking and tall. When she walks down the street she turns heads. She was only 65 pounds when she first came into rescue three weeks ago in KY, and she gained ten pounds since then. For these three weeks she has been mostly in a crate and well fed. She has been able to go out for breaks, sometimes for an hour or hours at a time. She loves to run. She loves exercise. She came into the shelter as a stray, and was pulled out at the last minute. She has been so grateful ever since. She has been spayed and fully vetted. She is intelligent and responds well to training, but will need a little more. Right now she does pull on a leash, but that could easily be corrected with proper exercise and stability. She gets along with all the dogs in the foster. She is happy to walk with other dogs too. She loves kids. She is affectionate. It would be best for her to have a fenced in yard. She really needs that exercise. She is mostly in her crate and appears to do all her business outside. She is spayed and up to date on all her vaccinations. To adopt beautiful Sandy please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you.

Dog Size Guidelines:
Small: 25 lbs and under (11 kg)
Medium: 26–60 lbs (12 – 27 kg)
Large: 61–100 lbs (28 – 45 kg)
Extra Large: 101 lbs or more (46 kg)