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Pet Rescue is dedicated to providing cats and dogs with a second chance to find loving and safe homes.
Dogs currently available for adoption are featured below. New animals are added as they become available.
You can help! Please share their profiles, because every adoption makes room for another deserving pet.
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Please come meet our adoptable dogs at our Meet & Greet, every Saturday from 11:30am - 1:30pm at Pet Rescue, 7 Harrison Ave, Harrison NY 10528. Please call us with any questions you may have about our sweet dogs: 914-835-3332
Orion is a 5 month old German Shepherd/Husky mix. He is up to date on vaccines and has no medical issues. Orion has lived with his current family since birth, but one member of his family has developed an allergy to him so unfortunately he cannot stay. So through no fault of his own, he is now looking for a new forever home. Orion is a great dog. If his new forever home has another dog…all the better, as he currently lives in a home with a yard and 5 other dogs. He loves to play with both people and other dogs his size, and he’s good with kids of all ages. Orion has been socialized with lots of animals such as African Greys, Budgies and all in between. He is not aggressive towards cats… just wants to play with them. He is a cuddler who doesn’t like being alone. He loves attention and will put his head on your lap to let you know it’s time for a snuggle, a scratch behind the ears, or perhaps just a belly rub. He is playful, loves walks and will come when called. He is a smart guy and at bedtime all you have to do is tap twice on his kennel door and he will go right in. His mom says that he has a bedtime ritual…”He says goodnight by plopping down on your feet and as you close the kennel door, Orion will give your hand a lick before he lays down” He is OK at bath time, is easily trained and sits nicely in the vet’s office. Orion doesn’t mind busy areas… but doesn’t like loud noises when he is alone at night. At 5 months, he is still very much a puppy and is working on his manners. He sometimes forgets how strong he is and may jump up and be a little mouthy, and mistake your things for his chew toys. He always keeps his kennel clean and is doing well on potty training when kept on a schedule. He will do best in a quiet home with moderate activity. Orion has been loved his whole life and his current family hopes he can go to a family where the love, affection, trust, awarding, training and all aspects of his life can continue. If you are interested in this dog, contact firstname.lastname@example.org