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My name is Pulif in CT!
I'm being cared for by
Meade Canine Rescue

Facts about me

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)
Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - with White
4 years 1 month old, Adult
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
(Current) 13 lbs
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

For additional information contact his foster mom at

Pulif is located in Sharon, CT.

Pulif arrived on Friday 9/10 so we are just getting to know him. He was a stray and landed in a large pound/shelter and then ended up in a foster home. What we can tell you so far he is a sweet, adorable little guy. He just wants to follow you around. Walks well on a leash. We were told he is good with dogs.

Will update this listing as soon as we learn more.

Pulif is a neutered male, 13 pound, hairy, gray and white terrier mix. He has all his shots and is heart worm negative.

Meade Canine Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Charlotte Meade
P.O. Box 252, Creston, CA 93432

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fees vary with each animal. We usually ask for a donation for our seniors.

Go meet their pets

Come visit in Creston CA and by appointment as well in Sharon, Bethlehem and Winsted CT.

More about this rescue

Meade Canine is an established 501c3 on both
coasts placing younger dogs in New England and seniors in
California. We take in dogs on euthanasia lists or
who have no where to turn. New Hope members in both LA and
NYC we rescue many last chance dogs from city dog pounds and
animal control. We believe dogs dumped by humans deserve
finally to know true love from humans so we ask our adopters
to be committed to their pets for life with the caveat that
we will always take a pet back after a week or ten years
if an adopter no longer can keep the dog/cat adopted from
MCR. We strongly believe the way to help unwanted pets is
to spay and neuter at any age and we offer low cost spays
and neuters to people who can't find or afford
sterilization and raise funds to help be able to do this.
Donations, inquiries, and visitors are welcome 365 days a year.