Milky Way was rescued from the same local pound by Second Chance Pet Adoption League after having been used for breeding and dumped after her most recent litter. She was filthy and terrified, but quickly warmed up. Milky Way’s foster mom would bring her to work at RBARI during Wallace's stay to help socialize the dogs. Milky Way quickly became Wallace's favorite "girlfriend.” So, when Wallace's adopter decided to adopt a playmate for him a few months after he had settled in his new home, Milky Way was the perfect choice. They have been the best of friends and lived happily in their home for over 2 years, and now they face the possibility of not only losing their home and owner, but also each other.
We know how hard it is to find someone to open their home to one large breed dog, let alone 2, but we are hoping the right home will see this plea and help them. Wallace is still a big fun-loving playful puppy at heart. Milky Way is more mellow and well-mannered, and a bit shy at first. They would like to be your only pets in an adult household, and loved to run and play with each other. They are available separately as well as we realize it's difficult to find a place for them together. Wallace gets along with female dogs as long as they don't mind his rough play, and Milky Way had previously been fostered with multiple dogs and got along well with most. Wallace is especially heartbroken returning to the shelter and we are hopeful that we can find them a foster or forever home as soon as possible...
Wallace is adoptable through Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc., www.rbari.org, please email email@example.com. Milky Way is available through Second Chance Pet Adoption League www.secondchance.petfinder.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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