5 New Milford Dogs Looking For a Forever Home
Every Tuesday morning, we feature an adoptable Dog or Cat from the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford. Since we only do our "Pet of the Week" segment once a week, we want to remind you of some of the featured pets that have visited us recently.
Here are Five dogs that would love to find their new forever homes. They are all available now at the Animal Welfare Society on Dodd Street in New Milford.
He's the dog with the under bite, and it drives the ladies crazy.
Buddy has had all his vaccines, and is ready to hop in your car, and head to his new forever home. Check out the video and see Buddy and his under bite for yourself:
Jazzy is a special girl who came from living on the streets in Kentucky, where she lived an outside life and struggled to survive. She arrived at the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford in a bad way with four puppies in tow, that was in November. Now, thanks to the staff at AWS, her health issues are presently under control, and she's feeling and looking much better. She's actually enjoying the best life she has ever had — so far.
The only thing that Jazzy is missing now is a forever home with lots of TLC.
Gunnar is just so chill. Even though he's only 5-months-old, he's had a rough start to his life. He's already been in a high kill shelter, then saved and rescued by the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford. Now he's in the market for his first forever home.
Gunnar is a full-fledged 100% mutt. He may be a little shy at first, but he'll warm up pretty quick. He also gets along very well with other dogs, even cats, and he loves people and would be good with children as well.
He came to the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford from a high kill shelter in West Virginia, and now Chestnut is looking for something else his new forever home.
Chestnut is a mixed breed, and he's just over a year old, so he does still have a lot of that puppy energy. He knows basic commands, and would love to be taken for a nice walk or run. He gets along fine with people, children, and even other dogs. He's not the biggest fan of cats, but will tolerate them if their around.
Miley is about four years old, and an awesome Beagle. She's very sweet, a real lap dog, who loves to go for walks, so she can use her powerful sniffer, she loves to play, and gets along well with everyone including small children. She would even be perfect with another dog or two, and even get's along well with cats.
She's totally house trained, and is up to date on all her vaccinations, and she's even spayed.