ALICE, a Georgia rescue, was abandoned late in her pregnancy when her owners moved and left her alone in the house. Now that her pups have flown the “nest,” this pretty, young Pittie mix is looking for a home of her own where she can be the only pet and queen of her castle. She’s housetrained and handles well on leash but would still benefit from the guidance of an experienced adopter.
Due to her size, apartment life is not for Alice. What she needs is a suburban home with a fenced-in yard, with children over 16 who can keep up with her energy. A meet and greet is recommended for the entire family to ensure a perfect match. If you’d like to learn more about Alice, contact the Animal League America Adoption Center in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.
ROCKO, an adorable, senior Cattledog mix, was adopted as a puppy and has never lived anyplace but in a home. Now his elderly owner is unable to care for him, and Rocko is looking for a fresh start. He would do best in a family as the only pet, and with children who are 12 or older.
Understandably, Rocko is anxious in these new surroundings and needs some comforting. Can you give this sweet dog the love he is missing? If you’d like to learn more about Rocko, contact the Animal League America Adoption Center in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.
NALA, another Georgia rescue, is a Terrier/Boxer Mutt-i-gree about a year old who has struggled to find the right home. She’s friendly, housetrained, good with dogs and kids over 12, but she is very high energy and needs lots of exercise and an experienced owner. Sadly, she’s been returned twice. But we’re committed to finding her the home she deserves, because with the right training Nala will shine. If you’d like to learn more about Nala, contact the Animal League America Adoption Center in Port Washington, N.Y. at 516-883-7900.