Claire Extraordinaire

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Claire Extraordinaire

Treeing Walker Coonhound

Senior • Female • Medium

Peace4Paws saved 7 year old Claire (an elegant, lean 54 lb Treeing Walker Coonhound) from a Kentucky kill shelter just moments before she was about to be euthanized.  She has been fostered here in New Jersey since June 2017.  She is very sweet and protective of her foster home.  She bonds very well to her female foster mom and she did very well with her temporary foster dad.  She is not crazy about male dogs. She is not good with young kids. But she gets along with submissive female dogs. She would be great as an only dog or with a submissive female.  She is totally housebroken.  She is crate trained and actually really likes her crate which is kept open during the day. She loves to sniff everything.  She loves sunning herself in the backyard.  She is a happy girl.  She is up to date on all her shots and is spayed.  To adopt dear Claire (aka Clarisse) please click below. Thank you!  

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Ozzy & Axle

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Ozzy & Axle

Chihuahua Mixes

Adult • Male • Small

Looking for a petite pair of bonded sweethearts? Look no more! Dad Ozzy (handsome & blonde, 11 lbs) 7yr old and son Axle (shiny and red, 11lbs) 5yr 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. 


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 when they were there for their medical. They should be fine with kids, not sure about toddlers. They should be introduced properly to kids and any other animals in the household and we can help with that. To foster, foster to adopt, or adopt this handsome, affectionate cuddly duo, please click on the link below to fill out an application.  Thank you !  

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Bubba

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BUBBA

Beagle Mix

Puppy • Male • Small

August 8, 2019 Update: Bubba is a very fine pup!!  Bubba has big loving brown eyes that look at you adoringly.  His eyes are very expressive, loving and soulful.  We have glowing reports from the foster he has been with since since July 23. Bubba is sweet, playful, obedient, for the most part he is calm.  He gets along very well with the resident dog.  He loves to play with other dogs.  He definitely wants to please.  Whatever room you are in he wants to be at your feet.  He is not destructive, even though he is a puppy. It helps of course that his exercise needs are being met at the foster home.  He is curious, but not destructive.  He is 100 percent housetrained per his foster.  He can stay overnight in the crate overnight 8 hours.  He is not crated during the day, he has been spending 80 percent of his time with his foster in their backyard patio and fenced in yard area.  He never tries to escape.  He has an amazing temperament.  He has been going for two walks a day as well.  He walks very well on a leash.  He knows heel.  Bubba’s foster said that she is not tugging on him.  He walks with her. He is very friendly with other dogs on the walk.  He is very friendly.  He is an exceptionally good puppy according to his foster.  He now weighs 30.8 pounds.  He is slim but muscular.  He eats dry food twice a day.  He responds very well to commands with a treat.  If he wants something he will sit or give a paw while sitting.  He will give a paw ahead of time.  According to his foster he is “the people’s dog”.  He just wants to be with you.  He would be a great addition to any family.  To adopt Bubba please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an application.  

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Introducing handsome, affectionate, resilient Bubba. Bubba is approximately 21 pounds, five months old and healthy. He has recovered beautifully from the gunshot that went his way causing bone fragments to be found in his lip.


He was so gentle and submissive to the vet when she examined him. He let her open his mouth with full cooperation. We have taken care of his problem, but he did have to be in a crate separate from his seven siblings for about two weeks while he recovered. He was more than eager to play but didn’t have that opportunity. We are looking for that one loving forever family to change all of that. He loves people and other dogs. He is in great shape and ready to love. 

Here is his backstory: apparently the husband had an unfixed female beagle/mix who gave birth to seven beautiful pups. The wife wanted the pups out, but he kept them. She threatened that if they got into the (unsecured) garbage again she would shoot them. They were not responsible dog owners and did not feed them much, and their garbage was accessible. Bubba and his siblings were hungry and of course went to the unsecured, accessible garbage, and she fired her gun scaring all the puppies and injuring Bubba. So, the scared husband got them all in the pickup truck and left him at the kill shelter with his siblings. Bubba had a swollen face that the previous owner did not address.


The story gets worse before it gets better. When they got to the kill shelter, the shelter was full. The manager there said that they would have to euthanize all the puppies if she took them in. They called a Kentucky rescue to help, that rescue called us and collectively we saved them. They went to a foster in KY who only had a large pen for them, but it was better than the alternative. They all play and eat in there together, except for poor Bubba who had already been vetted and had to stay in his crate separately. The puppies have been dewormed once at the time of this posting. Our typical extensive vetting which includes spay and neuter will be done on the 9th for six puppies and the 10th for the remaining two puppies They will receive the Home Again microchip, which is one of the best services. They all will get weighed again at the vet. They will be registered at that time to the rescue, so they will need to be registered to the owner upon adoption. To adopt Bubba or one of the other available puppies in his litter please visit www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. They will arrive up north on July 14th. Thank you so much!!

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Jed

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Jed

Beagle Mix

Puppy • Male • Small

August 8, 2019 Update: Jed is a very healthy, happy boy.  He is in foster on a horse farm in Tivoli, NY.  He enjoys playing with resident dog.  He is a bigtime cuddler.  When his brother was fostered with him they would often sleep with their arms around each others neck .  He loves other dogs.  He is friendly to them on the walks.  He enjoys horse.  He follows his foster mom around the house.  He is housebroken.  Knows many basic commands and just wants to please you.  He is a beagle mix so he is definitely recommended with kids. He may need a little more training, but he would very much enjoy that.  To adopt Jed please fill out our adoption application below.  Upon approval we can arrange for a meeting.  Thank you!

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Introducing cuddly, confident, resilient Jed. Jed is approximately 21 pounds, five months old and healthy. He has recovered beautifully from the scare when the gunshot was shot at his litter hurting his brother Bubba. 


He was very cooperative and gentle with his Kentucky foster mom. He loves people and other dogs. He is in great shape and ready to love. He gets along very well with his seven litter mates. He is the alpha male of the group. His sister Ellie Mae is the alpha female. Based on what our foster has observed with his litter behavior, he would probably get along very well as either an only puppy or with submissive other dogs. As seven siblings are in the pen perhaps, they need a boss or an organizer, because he is doing that. Once he is in foster with us here up North starting July 14th, we will have more info on him, but we are hoping he will go straight to his forever home. He is very sweet, smart and inquisitive. 


Here is his backstory: apparently the husband had an unfixed female beagle/mix who gave birth to seven beautiful pups. The wife wanted the pups out, but he kept them. She threatened that if they got into the (unsecured) garbage again she would shoot them. They were not responsible dog owners and did not feed them much, and their garbage was accessible. Jed and his siblings were hungry and of course went to the unsecured, accessible garbage, and she fired her gun scaring all the puppies and injuring Bubba. So, the scared husband got them all in the pickup truck and left him at the kill shelter with his siblings. Bubba had a swollen face that the owner of course did not address. 

The story gets worse before it gets better. When they got to the kill shelter, the shelter was full. The manager there said that they would have to euthanize all the puppies if she took them in. They called a Kentucky rescue to help, that rescue called us and collectively we saved them. They went to a foster in KY who only had a large pen for them, but it was better than the alternative. They all play and eat in there together, except for poor Bubba who had already been vetted and had to stay in his crate separately. The puppies have been dewormed once at the time of this posting. Our typical extensive vetting which includes spay and neuter will be done on the 9th of July for six puppies and the 10th for the remaining two puppies. They will receive the Home Again microchip, which is one of the best services. They all will get weighed again at the vet. They will be registered at that time to the rescue, so they will need to be registered to the owner upon adoption. And as you well know he hasn’t been given much from his owners, but he will be very eager to learn to be housebroken and leash trained. Jed just wants to please his humans! To adopt Jed or one of the other available puppies in his litter please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much!!

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Enus

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Enus

Mountain Cur & Beagle Mix 

Young • Male • Medium

July 28, 2019 Update: Enus’s foster report: “ Enus is a very social pup, loves people and other dogs. He likes to go on walks to explore his surroundings and play at the dog park. Enus is leash trained, potty trained, and isn’t afraid to ride in an elevator. As soon as you take him out he knows he's out to pee. He needs to go out every 4/5 hours. He had an accident the first day, and hasn’t had any accidents in the house in the last 8 days. (It is pretty normal for that to happen in the beginning. He is housebroken for sure now). Handsome Enus is playful but gentle. He loves toys and bones. He is a good eater and finishes his meal right away. He loves being petted and loves to be around people. He is a perfect fit for a family that perhaps doesn’t have very small children because he gets scared of loud noises.


Enus had one foster for 8 days and then they left town for a long vacation. The previous foster worked with him on leash walking, sit, stay and down and he did great. He was potty trained when he left there. And he still is. Enus went on a nice holiday vacation upstate with his current foster. He loved being in a car. He will be a great family pet. He would be great with another dog and with a fenced in yard for him to frolic. He, like his siblings, has an excellent temperament. 


Enus and all of his siblings are well over the 20 lb. mark at approximately 6 months of age. They will grow up to be medium sized dogs.


Enus is fostered in Hackensack, NJ. To adopt Enus please visit our website www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much!

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Introducing the sweet, gentle, resilient boy Enus. Enus is 30 pounds, 6-7 months old and healthy. He has recovered beautifully from the scare when the gunshot was shot at his litter hurting his brother Bubba. He was very submissive and gentle with his Kentucky foster mom. He loves people and other dogs. He is in great shape and ready to love. He gets along very well with his seven litter mates. He is not a dominant alpha male of the group. His sister Ellie Mae is the alpha female, Jed is the alpha male. He loves playing with toys and tumbling around in his foster pen. Once he is in foster with us here up North, we will have more info on him. But now he really is very sweet, smart and cuddly. He is one of the smallest in the litter. 


Here is his backstory: apparently the husband had an unfixed female beagle/mix who gave birth to seven beautiful pups. The wife wanted the pups out, but he kept them. She threatened that if they got into the (unsecured) garbage again she would shoot them. They were not responsible dog owners and did not feed them much, and their garbage was accessible. Enus and his siblings were hungry and of course went to the unsecured, accessible garbage, and she fired her gun scaring all the puppies and injuring Bubba. So, the scared husband got them all in the pickup truck and left him at the kill shelter with his siblings. Bubba had a swollen face that was not addressed by that previous owner. 


The story gets worse before it gets better. When they got to the kill shelter, the shelter was full. The manager there said that they would have to euthanize all the puppies if she took them in. They called a Kentucky rescue to help, that rescue called us and collectively we saved them. They went to a foster in KY who only had a large pen for them, but it was better than the alternative. They all play and eat in there together, except for poor Bubba who had already been vetted and had to stay in his crate separately. The puppies have been dewormed once at the time of this posting. Our typical extensive vetting which includes spay and neuter will be done on the 9th of July for six puppies and the 10th for the remaining two puppies. They will receive the Home Again microchip, which is one of the best services. They all will get weighed again at the vet.


They will be registered at that time to the rescue, so they will need to be registered to the owner upon adoption. And as you well know he hasn’t been given much from his previous owners, but he will be very eager to learn to be housebroken and leash trained. Enus just wants to please his humans! We are hoping that Enus will go straight to his forever home when he arrives up north on the 14th, otherwise he will be in foster till he is adopted. To give Enus or one of the other available puppies in his litter the wonderful home he deserves please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much!!

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Ellie Mae

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Ellie Mae

Mountain Cur & Beagle Mix  

Puppy • Female • Medium

July 28, 2019 Update: Ellie Mae is a 6 month old beagle mix female who has been in foster care since July 14. Apparently, she was the Alpha female in the litter. Ellie Mae is learning and adapting as well as can be expected to so many changes in such little time. She has an excellent temperament. She loves to be petted, cuddled, kissed and if you’ll allow, she’ll sit on your lap. She truly has a joyful spirit despite her past and is ready for a fresh start in her forever home. 


Ellie Mae has accustomed quite well to her foster family’s schedule. She goes out for 2-3 walks a day and additional early morning (7 AM-ish) and late evening (11 PM-ish) potty breaks. Oh, don’t worry, if potty time passes you by, Ellie Mae will remind you by becoming a bit anxious and begins a gentle cry letting you know nature is calling. She is housebroken. She is on a food (kibbles) schedule: 7-8 AM, 1-2 PM, and lastly 7-8 PM. She is given special treats when she does well in all she is learning. She also is crate trained and sleeps all night.


Ellie Mae if full of energy and loves to play outside. She is just about getting the whole “fetch” thing too. She enjoys her walks so much that she does need cues such as the word “slow” to remind her to walk and not run…this may be the puppy stage in her. She is quite a smart dog and will learn a lot more as we notice how she stops quite often to just look around and take in everything that surrounds her. Because she is aware of her surroundings, she has been noted to be frightened by loud passing-by mufflers or motorcycle sounds and tends to run away from the loud sound.


She understands commands such as “this way”, “off”, and the word “outside”. She understands “No”, but that depends on how excited she may be of what’s in stake for her…this is just her wonderful personality. She loves to play with her large sized toys, bite on large bones filled with peanut butter, or just bacon flavored and devours cow ears. She is friendly with people and other dogs as well, but has not been tested with cats yet. She doesn’t mind a busy household. We are convinced that she will make an excellent family pet because she is a bundle of joyful love.


Ellie Mae is fostered in Hawthorne, NJ. To adopt Ellie Mae please visit our website www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much! 

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Introducing the sweet, bright eyed, resilient girl Ellie Mae. Ellie Mae is approximately 21 pounds, five months old and healthy. She has recovered beautifully from the scare when the gunshot was shot at her litter hurting her brother Bubba. 


She was very submissive and gentle with her Kentucky foster mom. She loves people and other dogs. She is in great shape and ready to love. She gets along very well with her seven litter mates. Ellie Mae is the alpha female of the litter. Jed is the alpha male. She gives directions in the foster pen. She is their leader. When she is not directing, Ellie Mae loves playing with toys and tumbling around in her foster pen. She is very smart so she will learn crate training, housebreaking and leash walking quickly. Ellie Mae is very alert and a very quick learner. 


Here is her backstory: apparently the husband had an unfixed female beagle/mix who gave birth to seven beautiful pups. The wife wanted the pups out, but he kept them. She threatened that if they got into the (unsecured) garbage again she would shoot them. They were not responsible dog owners and did not feed them much, and their garbage was accessible. Ellie Mae and her siblings were hungry and of course went to the unsecured, accessible garbage, and she fired her gun scaring all the puppies and injuring Bubba. So, the scared husband got them all in the pickup truck and left her at the kill shelter with her siblings. Bubba had a swollen face that the previous owner did not address. 


The story gets worse before it gets better. When they got to the kill shelter, the shelter was full. The manager there said that they would have to euthanize all the puppies if she took them in. They called a Kentucky rescue to help, that rescue called us and collectively we saved them. They went to a foster in KY who only had a large pen for them, but it was better than the alternative. They all play and eat in there together, except for poor Bubba who had already been vetted and had to stay in his crate separately. The puppies have been dewormed once at their time of posting. Our typical extensive vetting which includes spay and neuter will be done on the 9th of July for six puppies and the 10th for the remaining two puppies. They all will get weighed again at the vet. They will receive the Home Again microchip, which is one of the best services. They will be registered at that time to the rescue, so they will need to be registered to the owner upon adoption. And as you well know she hasn’t been given much from her previous owners, but she will be very eager to learn to be housebroken and leash trained. Ellie Mae just wants to please her humans! To adopt Ellie Mae or one of the other available puppies in her litter please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much!!

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Archie

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Archie

Beagle Mix

Puppy • Male • Medium

Meet baby puppy Archie, born June 14, 2019. He weighed in at about 6 pounds in the end of July. He an adorable, bubbly, sweet, playful, snuggly, friendly baby pup. He is very healthy. He has his first set of puppy shots. The first vet visit for the puppies was June 26, 2019--first round of de-wormer. Next round in 2 weeks (8 weeks of age) de-wormer and first round of distemper. Our medical director Lucillle has been sending our foster, Delia powdered milk and wee wee pads every week for the past 3 weeks. Miss Daisy is still nursing and cleaning the pups, however she is beginning to back off. The puppies are getting mother's milk, powdered goat milk replacement and a little wet kibble mixed in. They puppies love to play. Archie plays with the foster’s three year old granddaughter and receive special care and attention from the fosters’s college age kids. Anyone adopting a baby needs to be ready for gradually teaching the pup all the basic training. A baby like Archie is clean slate – totally loved from day one of his life ( he was born at the fosters’s house to his beagle mom) – and totally ready to learn all that a good family wants to teach him .To adopt Baby Archie please visit click visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application. Thank you so much!!


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Harry

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Harry

Beagle Mix

Puppy • Male • Medium

Meet baby puppy Harry, born June 14, 2019. He weighed in at about 6 pounds in the end of July. He an adorable, bubbly, sweet, playful, snuggly, friendly baby pup. He is very healthy. He has his first set of puppy shots. The first vet visit for the puppies was June 26, 2019. first round of de-wormer. Next round in 2 weeks(8 weeks of age) de-wormer and first round of distemper. Our medical director Lucillle has been sending our foster, Delia powdered milk and wee wee pads every week for the past 3 weeks. Miss Daisy is still nursing and cleaning the pups, however she is beginning to back off. The puppies are getting mother's milk, powdered goat milk replacement and a little wet kibble mixed in. They puppies love to play. Harry plays with the foster’s three year old granddaughter and receives special care and attention from the foster’s college age kids. Anyone adopting a baby needs to be ready for gradually teaching the pup all the basic training. A baby like Harry is a clean slate – totally loved from day one of his life (he was born at the foster’s house to his beagle mom) – and totally ready to learn all that a good family wants to teach him .To adopt Baby Harry please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application.


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William

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William

Beagle Mix

Puppy • Male • Medium

Meet baby puppy William, born June 14, 2019. He weighed in at about 6 pounds in the end of July. He an adorable, bubbly, sweet, playful, snuggly, friendly baby pup. He is very healthy. He has his first set of puppy shots. The first vet visit for the puppies was June 26, 2019. first round of de-wormer. Next round in 2 weeks(8 weeks of age) de-wormer and first round of distemper. Our medical director Lucillle has been sending our foster, Delia powdered milk and wee wee pads every week for the past 3 weeks. Miss Daisy is still nursing and cleaning the pups, however she is beginning to back off. The puppies are getting mother's milk, powdered goat milk replacement and a little wet kibble mixed in. They puppies love to play. William plays with the foster’s three year old granddaughter and receive special care and attention from the foster’s college age kids. Anyone adopting a baby needs to be ready for gradually teaching the pup all the basic training. A baby like William is clean slate – totally loved from day one of his life ( he was born at the foster’s house to his beagle mom) – and totally ready to learn all that a good family wants to teach him .To adopt Baby Wiliam please visit www.Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application.


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