Dog and cat rescue, Manchester, New Hampshire

Animal Allies is Dedicated to Spaying and Neutering New Hampshire’s Cats and Dogs

COURTESY LISTINGS. THESE ARE SOUTHERN DOGS LOOKING FOR A HOME IN THE NORTHEAST. NOTE THE DOG’S RESCUE BEFORE INQUIRY!

Dogs in THIS COLUMN are from Dogs 2nd Chance, Munford, TN

CLICK BELOW TO FILL OUT DOGS 2ND CHANCE ADOPTION OR FOSTER FORMS

No-Obligation Adoption Form: Adoption Form
No-Obligation Foster Form: Foster Form
Contact Form: Contact Page
Home Page: Dogs 2nd Chance Home
All Adoptable/Fosterable Dogs: All adoptable/fosterable dogs
Happy Tails: Happy Tails

Dogs in THIS COLUMN are from Jackson County Humane Society Newport, AR

USE THE EMAIL BELOW TO GET JACKSON COUNTY HUMANE AR ADOPTION OR FOSTER FORMS

Home Page: Jackson County Humane AR Home

All Adoptable/Fosterable Dogs: All adoptable/fosterable dogs

Happy Tails: Happy Tails

Mail/Phone/Email:

Jackson County Humane Society

P.O. Box 154

Newport, AR 72112

Phone: 870-217-5878

Email: jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com

 . Tyke .

 . Tyke .  . Tyke .  . Tyke .
This sweet boy is Tyke. He is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society. He, his siblings, and his momma, a yellow lab mix, were rescued by us from euthanization by a local dog pound, because their time there was up. They did not deserve that. He is a happy, friendly puppy, who just needs a forever home of his own. We estimate that he was born mid January, 2017 and weighed 20 pounds on April 19 when he was neutered. Will you be the one to give that loving home to him? He will reward you greatly all of his life. His adoption donation of $300 does include the cost of transporting him to the northeast once adopted. For more information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Male, Large
 . Butch .

 . Butch .  . Butch .  . Butch .
This sweet boy is Butch. He is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society. He, his siblings, and his momma, a yellow lab mix, were rescued by us from euthanization by a local dog pound, because their time there was up. They did not deserve that. We estimate that he was born mid January, 2017 and weighed 26 pounds on April 19 when he was neutered. He is a happy, friendly puppy, who just needs a forever home of his own. Will you be the one to give that loving home to him? He will reward you greatly all of his life. His adoption donation of $300 does include the cost of transporting him to the northeast once adopted. For more information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Male, Large
 . Socks .

 . Socks .  . Socks .  . Socks .
This sweet boy is Socks, because he has 4 white socks on his feet. He is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society, and yes, it is already spring here. He is a happy, friendly boy, who gets along with other dogs, loves to play and be loved on, and to love you back. We think he was born about mid December, 2016. He weighed only 13 pounds when he was neutered on March 23, and although long legged, he is long and lean, so we do not think he will get to be but a small to medium sized dog. We are really not sure what breeds he is, he does look a bit like a German pinscher, but we are pretty sure that there is some chihuahua in there as well. He is up to date on vaccinations, and ready for his forever home. Will you be the one to give him that loving forever home? He will reward you greatly, with all his love and devotion. For more adoption information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Zelda .

 . Zelda .  . Zelda .  . Zelda .
This sweet girl is Zelda. She is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society. We are really not sure what breeds she is. Her mother looked like a 29 pound rottweiler, but with a great disposition. We have no idea what the father or fathers were as all the pups look different. We think that they were born about Nov. 30, 2016. Zelda weighed 15 pounds when she was spayed on Feb. 22, 2017. She loves to play and gets along well with other pups her age. She is a happy, friendly, healthy girl who just needs a forever home of her own. Will you be the one to give her that home? She will be your best friend for life. Her adoption donation of $300 does include the cost of transporting her to the northeast, once adopted. For adoption information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Female, Medium
 . Porky .

 . Porky .  . Porky .  . Porky .
This handsome boy is Porky. He is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society. His momma looked like a classic blue heeler, but we are guessing the father was a white shepherd or even a Great Pyrenees. Apparently the father was good size, as all the pups, who were born Nov. 8, 2016 are almost as big as their momma already. Porky weighed 25 pounds on Feb. 23, 2017 when he was neutered. He is getting more and more of the blue heeler speckling every day. Porky is a happy, friendly puppy, who loves to play and begs for attention, which is in short supply at the shelter. Will you be the one to give this sweet boy a forever home, and the love he deserves? He will reward you greatly all his life. His adoption donation of $300 does include the cost of transporting him to the northeast, once adopted. For more information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Male, Large
 . Boyce .

 . Boyce .  . Boyce .  . Boyce .
This handsome boy is Boyce. He is in Newport, Arkansas in the care of the Jackson County Humane Society. He is a happy, friendly boy who was found wandering all on his own on a busy street, rescued, and brought to our shelter. We think he was born about June, 2016.. He is up to date on vaccinations, neutered, and weighs about 40 pounds in April, 2017.. He gets along well with other dogs, loves to play and to be petted. Will you be the one to give this sweet boy a loving forever home? He would reward you greatly all his life. His adoption donation of $300 does include the cost of transporting him to the northeast once adopted. For more information, please contact Rita at jacksonco.humanesociety.ark@hotmail.com or call 870-217-5878. Thanks.
Baby, Male, Medium
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