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4 Adoptable Dogs in Need of Homes This Week: May 30th Edition

by Briana Carril
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Meet Tyler Cameron, Golden Gate Bridge, Bare Minerals (Bear Beary), and Sea Turtle — four dogs who are looking to be adopted from Waldo’s Rescue and into New Jersey homes. While each of these four dogs has different personalities, they have one thing in common — each pup is looking for a loving family and a place to call their forever home. Read on to learn more about Tyler Cameron, Golden Gate Bridge, Bare Minerals (Bear Beary), and Sea Turtle, and how to adopt these dogs from Waldo’s Rescue Pen.

Tyler Cameron

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Tyler Cameron

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Name: Tyler Cameron

Breed: Mixed breed

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Weight: 49 pounds

Age: 2-3

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Ideal Home: Tyler Cameron would do best in a home with active and affectionate people, he also LOVES other dogs.

Kids: Yes

Dogs: Yes

Cats: No

Crate-Trained: Yes

House Trained: Yes

Other training: Knows sit, lay down, shakes his paw, and is responsive to ‘no’ and ‘get down’.

Leash Manners: Tyler Cameron’s leash training still needs work, but he is very responsive.

Personality: Tyler Cameron loves going to the dog park to run around and play. He is super sweet, playful, affectionate, and has no problem being restful at home when he’s gotten some exercise.

For Tyler Cameron’s adoption information, click here.

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Golden Gate Bridge

Waldo’s Rescue Pen

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Names: Golden Gate Bridge

Breed: Mixed breed

Weight: 33 pounds

Age: 2

Ideal Home: Golden Gate Bridge would do best in a home with moderate/medium energy. Another dog would be great! She needs a quieter outside environment.

Kids: Yes

Dogs: Yes

Cats: Yes

Crate-Trained: No

House Trained: Yes

Other training: Golden Gate Bridge knows some basic commands, like sit and shake.

Leash Manners: Getting better — she pulls when excited.

Personality: Golden Gate is a sweet girl with a motherly personality. She is very loyal to people and other dog friends. She’s the kind of best friend you want! Golden Gate loves to play with her foster sisters. She is great at tug of war. But once she’s had her fun, she’s the best cuddle buddy around. She will find a spot either on the couch, bed, or crate to take a little nap (usually with some quiet snoring involved). She is a great companion with medium energy and would be great as a family dog. She loves to be loved and once she is comfy, will show off her silly goofy side.

For Golden Gate Bridge’s adoption information, click here.

Bare Minerals (Bear Beary)

Waldo’s Rescue Pen

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Photo Credit: Waldo’s Rescue Pen

Name: Bare Minerals (Bear Beary)

Breed: Mixed breed

Weight: 70 pounds

Age: 2, maybe younger

Ideal Home: Bare Minerals would do best in a home with a nearby enclosed area for him to run — as well as any place that shows him the love he deserves and has lots of toys.

Kids: Yes

Dogs: Yes

Cats: No

Crate-Trained: Yes

House Trained: Yes

Other training: Bear Minerals obeys basic commands like sit, stay, lay down, drop it, and go in your cage.

Leash Manners: With a head collar, Bear Minerals is fine, otherwise he wants to run and pull.

Personality: Beary’s a very loving, high-energy, always on-guard, attention-loving dog. He loves to hear what a good boy he is. He cries anytime an animal or person walks by the house and he’s highly prey driven.

For Bare Mineral’s adoption information, click here.

 


 

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Sea Turtle

Waldo’s Rescue Pen

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Photo Credit: Waldo’s Rescue Pen

Name: Sea Turtle

Breed: Hound mix

Weight: 48 pounds

Age: 2.5

Ideal Home: Sea Turtle would do best in a home with a quiet area that’s nature-surrounded, or a backyard.

Kids: She is triggered by small kids — must be 12 years old and over.

Dogs: Yes

Cats: No

Crate-Trained: Yes

House Trained: Sea Turtle is doing great with pads at home and doing potty out when on walks.

Other training: Knows sit and has great manners with food.

Leash Manners: Sea Turtle needs training on a leash, as she still pulls the leash when anxious from noise. In a quiet area, she walks fine.

Personality: Sea Turtle is very sweet and affectionate. She is energetic, and twice-a-day walks at least are a must. She is curious and loves playing, as well as cuddles and kisses. Sea Turtle has zero aggression, but can bark towards delivery or outside-door people — she’s a good guard dog! She is still a young dog, so she loves to play and jump around, but she is also mellow and chill. She loves toys and chewing sticks. She has some separation anxiety, not when leaving (quite), but when you return she is anxious and jumpy for a few minutes.

For Sea Turtle’s adoption information, click here.

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