Meet Rex, Carrie, Eggnog, Sprinkles, and Fragguno. These pups are looking to find their forever homes in the North Jersey or NYC area. While each dog may have a different personality, all are looking for a loving home to spend the rest of their lives. Read on to learn more about these five dogs and how to adopt any of them from Hounds in Pounds, Wise Animal Rescue, or Waldo’s Rescue Pen.
Breed: Husky mix
Weight: 32 pounds
Age: 5 months
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Ideal Home: Rex would do well in any kind of home — he has a sweet personality.
Crate-Trained: Yes — Rex is doing well with working on this.
House Trained: Yes — Rex is doing well with working on this.
Leash Manners: Rex walks beautifully on a leash.
Personality: Rex has the sweetest personality, and loves to cuddle and give kisses. He enjoys walks and exploring outside but also can lounge around the house all day. Rex is amazing with all dogs — he adapts his play style to them and really loves to play. He’s a spunky, goofy little guy, who isn’t afraid of anything and is very adventurous. Rex always puts a smile on everyone’s face.
For Rex’s adoption information, click here.
Breed: Boston Terrier
Ideal Home: Carrie would do best in a home that is patient and loving. She is moderate energy — she likes to play but also enjoys downtime.
Dogs: Carrie gets along with other dogs but loves when the attention is all on her.
Crate-Trained: Carrie tolerates the crate but she prefers to have free roam of the house. At night, her favorite spot to sleep is in bed with you.
House Trained: Working on it — Carrie goes to the bathroom outside but will occasionally have accidents inside.
Other training: Carrie is a great listener and aims to please. As she spent her life stuck in a cage, her family must dedicate time to her training and socialization.
Personality: It is easy for Carrie to become the center of attention with her adorable looks and sweet personality. She is a fun-loving girl and gets along with everyone. In typical Boston fashion, she loves her toys and especially fetching with her ball. Her favorite time of day is sitting on the couch with you and her ball while getting belly rubs. Carrie loves to eat and get her treats. She’s definitely an attention seeker and wants to be in the action.
Why he/she was brought to the rescue: Carrie’s “breeders” were done using her over and over again to produce puppies and she was set to be euthanized. WISE wasn’t going to let that happen and took her in at the rescue.
For Carrie’s adoption information, click here.
Weight: Approximately 4 pounds
Ideal Home: Eggnog gets along with everybody and would love to have a family who is around more often than not. He does great with other dogs and would thrive with having a doggy sibling.
Kids: Due to his small size, above the age of 13 only.
Dogs: Yes — he loves other dogs and is currently being fostered with two other dogs and plays with them all day long. He would to have a doggy sibling in his forever home.
Cats: Yes — Eggnog is unbothered by cats.
Crate-Trained: He is currently not being crated in his foster home and is nondestructive when left alone.
House Trained: Working on it — Eggnog will have an occasional accident or try to mark his territory.
Leash manners: Eggnog could use some practice on a leash.
Personality: Eggnog is outgoing and loves to be the center of attention. He may be small, but he has plenty of spunk to make him stand out in any crowd. His tail is constantly wagging and he always wants to be wherever the action is. He loves to receive belly rubs and play all day with his doggy foster siblings.
Why he/she was brought to the rescue: Eggnog was surrendered to the rescue due to a change in living circumstances.
For Eggnog’s adoption information, click here.
Age: 3 months
Ideal Home: Sprinkles is very young and is looking for a home that is home more often than not to spend time playing and training him. WISE would prefer he go into a home with another adult dog to show him the ropes.
Kids: Due to his small size, above the age of 13 only.
Dogs: Yes — Sprinkles loves other dogs and would benefit from having a doggy sibling.
Crate-Trained: Working on it
House Trained: Working on it — Sprinkles uses wee wee pads but will catch on quickly to going outside.
Other training: As he is very young, Sprinkles’ forever home must be experienced and ready to put him through training so he can become a well-behaved adult.
Personality: Sprinkles is spunky and lights up every room he enters with his fun personality. He is a happy-go-lucky puppy and loves being the center of attention. He is so sweet and just wants to be in people’s and dogs’ company. Sprinkles does not like to be left alone often or excluded during playtime. He is the instigator of wrestling matches and chasing with his doggy siblings. He is very smart, treat motivated, and catching on to training quickly.
Why he/she was brought to the rescue: Sprinkles was surrendered by his owner due to a change in living situations.
For Sprinkles’ adoption information, click here.
Name: Fragguno “Uno”
Breed: Mixed (probably Boxer, Staffordshire, Pit Bull)
Weight: 50 pounds
Age: 3 1/2
Ideal Home: Uno would do best in a home with a backyard and lots of love.
Dogs: Uno is good inside and off-leash with other dogs, and reactive outside on-leash with other dogs.
Crate-Trained: Yes, but Uno is fine to be left alone outside of his crate.
House Trained: Yes
Other training: Uno knows basic commands.
Leash manners: Uno is highly reactive with other dogs on-leash.
Personality: Uno is the biggest, mushiest cuddle bug ever. He prefers to spend his days (and nights) snuggling with his favorite people. He also loves to run, and would do great in a home with a yard, but it’s not required. Uno is very well-behaved indoors, never barks, and is okay to be left alone for hours at a time. He loves to play and snuggle with other animals, once properly adapted, and is a huge sweetheart.
Why he/she was brought to the rescue: Uno was abandoned by his former family in Georgia. When a neighbor saw him wandering in her yard, she called Animal Control and informed them she thought it was her neighbor’s dog. Upon follow-up, the neighbors confirmed it was their dog, but they never reclaimed him or answered the phone again. Waldo’s Rescue Pen brought him up to Manhattan to save him from being euthanized.
For Fragguno’s adoption information, click here.