• 15 Hoboken Dogs On Santa’s Nice List

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    Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas, everyone!

    Santa has arrived in Hoboken and the surrounding areas, dropping off gifts for good boys and girls — and that includes the fur boys and girls, too. Santa made an early appearance this year at the Elk’s Lodge in Hoboken earlier in December for a very special cause. Cornerstone Pets and Puparazzi held a fundraiser for The Sato Project and Liberty Humane Society. Pups got to get their photo with Santa. Lots of good puppers on his list this year!

    ^Bea the Bulldog wished for more bully sticks.

    ^Bauer the Saint Bernard was a little too big to sit on Santa’s lap but he was just happy to finally meet him.

    ^Santino, the tiniest pup to visit Santa that day, felt right at home with jolly Saint Nick!

    ^Wally had some major anxiety but Santa helped ease his nerve with some holiday milk bones

    ^On the other hand, many pups who visited Santa seemed to be made for the camera…

    ^…and absolutely relished sharing the spotlight with Kris Kringle.

    ^Santa made Sonny an honorary reindeer.

    ^Of course by the end of the day Santa had himself a fleet of doodle reindeer…

    ^…and some Frenchie elves sprinkled in too!

    ^Though Ralph was on strike until he got some gingerbread dog cookies.

    ^Emmett agreed to a Santa paw-trait but under the condition that his dads joined him.

    ^Soon after, more + more humans decided to join their furry family members.

    ^Mumford is a simple pup. He just wants a lifetime supply of squeaky tennis balls from Cornerstone Pets for Christmas.

    ^Linus wished for more Stella & Chewy’s.

    ^Little Penny wished that all of the homeless, rescued pups would find loving homes this holiday season.

    Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!


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    Will Ferman is a Hoboken photographer and writer. After attending the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan for two years, Will decided to pursue his true passion of working with animals. He has spent the last nine years working with dogs both in the dog care industry & as an animal advocate with rescue organizations. He truly enjoys caring for & photographing dogs. In 2017 Will started PUPARAZZI, a dog centric media project. Will is honored to be able to contribute to HobokenGirl.com and excited to tell the stories of Hoboken's furry friends.