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Shar Pei puppies and dogs in Manasquan, New Jersey

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Obi G.

Shar Pei Dachshund

Male, 1 yr 3 mos
Summit, NJ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Obi! He is 9 month old daschund Shar-Pei mix. He loves belly rubs, snuggling, his toys and food. Unfortunately he needs a new home. NO NEGATIVE COMMENTS PLEASE. He is housebroken, dog friendly and up to date on all vaccines. This adorable dog is waiting to be your new best friend. For more information or to schedule a meet please text or call Heather 908-239-218
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Karol

Shar Pei Boxer

Female, 4 yrs
Forked River, NJ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
We just LOVE seeing this HUGE smile on Karol's pretty face these days! This sweet girl wasn't always smiling and really, who could blame her? She has a sad past and was a bit of a hot mess when she came in way back in January. That is all behind her and she's so ready to move on to brighter days in a great home! When you get to know Karol, you will absolutely love her. Karol is a 3 1/2 year old shar pei mix and she's so very sweet, loving, and playful. Karol is going to take a little time to get to know you and honestly, she may not like every person that walks into your home. The solution to this is to have a safe space for her to retreat to when company comes over. We guarantee that when Karol bonds with you, she'll love and trust you forever. She's well-behaved, easy on a leash, she's gentle and listens to you intently. Karol is an only-pet kind of girl but she'll love you as much as a dozen pets would if you give her the chance! Call 609-693-1900 or email: office@ahsppz.org for an application. File#62607 1/4/23
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BLINI

Shar Pei Beagle

Female, 2 mos
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) BLINI  is arriving to NYC on 2/17/24. They are available for foster to adopt starting that day. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the subject line BLINI if you are interested.  BLINI - Sharpei Mix, 9 weeks, 4lbs, (as of 2/17/24), Spayed, Expected to Be about 40lbs Full Grown  We cannot guarantee breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses, though! Home Recommendation Puppies do best in homes that are ready to commit to their needs. Raising a puppy is lots of fun but we won’t beat around the bush: it’s also a lot of work. Puppies can be raised in the city or out of the city. They are very adaptable. Puppies need adopters that are full of energy themselves and can keep up with their new four legged best friend.  Level of Dog Ownership Experience Needed  BLINI  is an Intermediate level puppy. This means that ideally the adopter has primary dog ownership of a breed or energy level similar to this pup. At a minimum the adopter should have solid experience doing things like dog sitting, or fostering young dogs or dogs of a similar breed. This means that if you've only dog sat, fostered or owned a senior dog or low energy breed then this isn't the right fit for you. Adopters should have some hands-on experience with taking care of puppies and/or teenagers. Adopters should be comfortable around working breed dogs. Adopters should be ready for everything that entails raising a puppy: lots of training, patience and socialization. All puppies have the potential to develop into the goodest boys and girls but it’s in the hands of the adopter. Lastly, adopters should truly understand that a puppy is going to go through many developmental phases. Energy Level  Higher - - As an adult this pup will need a solid continuous 90 minute walk (at a minimum) in addition to potty breaks/relief walks/short walks. Working breed dogs were bred to do jobs so it’s super important to make sure that they get the right level of exercise and stimulation daily. Working breed dogs need more than just simply being “let out in the yard”.  Personality        Life of the Party - - Puppies are sweet, fun and little energizer bunnies.  Cuddle Factor High - - Most puppies love to cuddle with their humans. They are affectionate and love some good cuddles.  Potty Trained Working On This Skill - - This puppy is currently a paws off the ground puppy (hasn’t finished vaccine series). This means that if the puppy is going outside it shouldn’t be walking around. Okay to have this puppy walk around in a private outdoor area like a yard or courtyard but can’t be in a high traffic area like a park and most NYC streets. At this age puppies use pee pads. Potty training takes a lot of patience, consistency and of course cleaning up. Comfy With Strangers? Yes - - Puppies are super friendly with new people, they love to make friends. It’s super important to socialize puppies in a safe controlled environment.  Social With Children?  (ALWAYS requires supervision) Yes - - Puppies are okay for homes with respectful kids aged 6 and up. Puppies are not a good match for kids younger than 6 years old as puppies go through teething phases: which can be very intense and result in little kids getting hurt.  Social With Dogs? Yes - - Puppies have all the potential to be extremely social with other dogs. Socializing puppies with other puppies and adult dogs is a huge part of raising a puppy. It should be done in a safe and controlled environment: puppy classes and playdates with trusted dogs are a great way to do this.  Social With Cats? Yes - - Fun fact all puppies have the potential to be best friends with a cat. It’s on the adopter to help set boundaries with the cat (like not being able to chase the cat). The cat should also be a friendly cat as a puppy is not a great idea for a grumpy cat.  Mouthy Play   High - - puppies go through really mouthy phases. The mouthy phase is partly due to “teething” but also a big part of mouthy behavior is the puppy brain developing into an adult dog brain and having a need to play.  Important for adopters to be ready for this can. It can be one of the more challenging parts of puppyhood. Proper training, socialization, stimulation and boundary setting is very important for getting mouthy behavior under control. Leash Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - This puppy is currently an indoor puppy/paws off the ground (hasn’t finished with the vaccine series yet). But, it’s never too early to start training for leash skills. Many trainers recommend starting to train the command heel (best way to prevent pulling on the leash) from an early age. For puppies that are going to grow up to be a decent size we highly recommend investing in professional leash training from a young age (easier to teach them when they are small versus being in a position where they are dragging you down the street).  Jumping Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - Puppies are prone to jumping up on people when they are excited. It’s important to work on this behavior from an early age. It’s cute when they are little but not so much when they are full grown. Good habits start early. Separation Anxiety Medium - -  Most puppies have some level of separation anxiety as they learn to self soothe. Often they cry the first 10 ish minutes when they are first left alone or being crated. It’s super important to leave your puppy home alone every single day so that they can practice this skill and grow their self confidence.  Medical Status Up to date on their DHPP and Bordetella Vaccine. Adopters will need to finish the DHPP vaccine series and administer the Rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age. Spayed(females)/Neutered (males) and microchipped. De-wormed upon intake.  How Did They End Up With Social Tees Animal Rescue? This pup was originally left anonymously at a high volume shelter in TN where they were at risk of euthanasia. Our rescue partner based down there pulled this dog, had the initial veterinary care done, and transported them to NYC. While in Social Tees care, they are kept in attentive and loving foster homes. Many dogs are rescued from the south because the pet overpopulation problem there is much worse than it is in the northern parts of the country. This seems to be because far fewer people are having their pets spayed/neutered in the south, the climate is warmer so animals are reproducing year round, and the human population in these areas is less dense so there aren't enough people to adopt them. In NYC and the surrounding area, we have a large human population, which in turn means the animals find forever homes at a higher rate up here. :) PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue
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BUTTERSCOTCH

Shar Pei Beagle

Female, 2 mos
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) BUTTERSCOTCH is arriving to NYC on 2/17/24. They are available for foster to adopt starting that day. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the subject line BUTTERSCOTCH if you are interested.  BUTTERSCOTCH  - Sharpei Mix, 9 weeks, 4lbs, (as of 2/17/24), Spayed, Expected to Be about 40lbs Full Grown  We cannot guarantee breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses, though! Home Recommendation Puppies do best in homes that are ready to commit to their needs. Raising a puppy is lots of fun but we won’t beat around the bush: it’s also a lot of work. Puppies can be raised in the city or out of the city. They are very adaptable. Puppies need adopters that are full of energy themselves and can keep up with their new four legged best friend.  Level of Dog Ownership Experience Needed  BRIE  is an Intermediate level puppy. This means that ideally the adopter has primary dog ownership of a breed or energy level similar to this pup. At a minimum the adopter should have solid experience doing things like dog sitting, or fostering young dogs or dogs of a similar breed. This means that if you've only dog sat, fostered or owned a senior dog or low energy breed then this isn't the right fit for you. Adopters should have some hands-on experience with taking care of puppies and/or teenagers. Adopters should be comfortable around working breed dogs. Adopters should be ready for everything that entails raising a puppy: lots of training, patience and socialization. All puppies have the potential to develop into the goodest boys and girls but it’s in the hands of the adopter. Lastly, adopters should truly understand that a puppy is going to go through many developmental phases. Energy Level  Higher - - As an adult this pup will need a solid continuous 90 minute walk (at a minimum) in addition to potty breaks/relief walks/short walks. Working breed dogs were bred to do jobs so it’s super important to make sure that they get the right level of exercise and stimulation daily. Working breed dogs need more than just simply being “let out in the yard”.  Personality        Life of the Party - - Puppies are sweet, fun and little energizer bunnies.  Cuddle Factor High - - Most puppies love to cuddle with their humans. They are affectionate and love some good cuddles.  Potty Trained Working On This Skill - - This puppy is currently a paws off the ground puppy (hasn’t finished vaccine series). This means that if the puppy is going outside it shouldn’t be walking around. Okay to have this puppy walk around in a private outdoor area like a yard or courtyard but can’t be in a high traffic area like a park and most NYC streets. At this age puppies use pee pads. Potty training takes a lot of patience, consistency and of course cleaning up. Comfy With Strangers? Yes - - Puppies are super friendly with new people, they love to make friends. It’s super important to socialize puppies in a safe controlled environment.  Social With Children?  (ALWAYS requires supervision) Yes - - Puppies are okay for homes with respectful kids aged 6 and up. Puppies are not a good match for kids younger than 6 years old as puppies go through teething phases: which can be very intense and result in little kids getting hurt.  Social With Dogs? Yes - - Puppies have all the potential to be extremely social with other dogs. Socializing puppies with other puppies and adult dogs is a huge part of raising a puppy. It should be done in a safe and controlled environment: puppy classes and playdates with trusted dogs are a great way to do this.  Social With Cats? Yes - - Fun fact all puppies have the potential to be best friends with a cat. It’s on the adopter to help set boundaries with the cat (like not being able to chase the cat). The cat should also be a friendly cat as a puppy is not a great idea for a grumpy cat.  Mouthy Play   High - - puppies go through really mouthy phases. The mouthy phase is partly due to “teething” but also a big part of mouthy behavior is the puppy brain developing into an adult dog brain and having a need to play.  Important for adopters to be ready for this can. It can be one of the more challenging parts of puppyhood. Proper training, socialization, stimulation and boundary setting is very important for getting mouthy behavior under control. Leash Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - This puppy is currently an indoor puppy/paws off the ground (hasn’t finished with the vaccine series yet). But, it’s never too early to start training for leash skills. Many trainers recommend starting to train the command heel (best way to prevent pulling on the leash) from an early age. For puppies that are going to grow up to be a decent size we highly recommend investing in professional leash training from a young age (easier to teach them when they are small versus being in a position where they are dragging you down the street).  Jumping Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - Puppies are prone to jumping up on people when they are excited. It’s important to work on this behavior from an early age. It’s cute when they are little but not so much when they are full grown. Good habits start early. Separation Anxiety Medium - -  Most puppies have some level of separation anxiety as they learn to self soothe. Often they cry the first 10 ish minutes when they are first left alone or being crated. It’s super important to leave your puppy home alone every single day so that they can practice this skill and grow their self confidence.  Medical Status Up to date on their DHPP and Bordetella Vaccine. Adopters will need to finish the DHPP vaccine series and administer the Rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age. Spayed(females)/Neutered (males) and microchipped. De-wormed upon intake.  How Did They End Up With Social Tees Animal Rescue? This pup was originally left anonymously at a high volume shelter in TN where they were at risk of euthanasia. Our rescue partner based down there pulled this dog, had the initial veterinary care done, and transported them to NYC. While in Social Tees care, they are kept in attentive and loving foster homes. Many dogs are rescued from the south because the pet overpopulation problem there is much worse than it is in the northern parts of the country. This seems to be because far fewer people are having their pets spayed/neutered in the south, the climate is warmer so animals are reproducing year round, and the human population in these areas is less dense so there aren't enough people to adopt them. In NYC and the surrounding area, we have a large human population, which in turn means the animals find forever homes at a higher rate up here. :) PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue
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BRIE

Shar Pei Beagle

Female, 2 mos
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) BRIE  is arriving to NYC on 2/17/24. They are available for foster to adopt starting that day. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the subject line BRIE if you are interested.  BRIE - Sharpei Mix, 9 weeks, 4lbs, (as of 2/17/24), Spayed, Expected to Be about 40lbs Full Grown  We cannot guarantee breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses, though! Home Recommendation Puppies do best in homes that are ready to commit to their needs. Raising a puppy is lots of fun but we won’t beat around the bush: it’s also a lot of work. Puppies can be raised in the city or out of the city. They are very adaptable. Puppies need adopters that are full of energy themselves and can keep up with their new four legged best friend.  Level of Dog Ownership Experience Needed  BRIE  is an Intermediate level puppy. This means that ideally the adopter has primary dog ownership of a breed or energy level similar to this pup. At a minimum the adopter should have solid experience doing things like dog sitting, or fostering young dogs or dogs of a similar breed. This means that if you've only dog sat, fostered or owned a senior dog or low energy breed then this isn't the right fit for you. Adopters should have some hands-on experience with taking care of puppies and/or teenagers. Adopters should be comfortable around working breed dogs. Adopters should be ready for everything that entails raising a puppy: lots of training, patience and socialization. All puppies have the potential to develop into the goodest boys and girls but it’s in the hands of the adopter. Lastly, adopters should truly understand that a puppy is going to go through many developmental phases. Energy Level  Higher - - As an adult this pup will need a solid continuous 90 minute walk (at a minimum) in addition to potty breaks/relief walks/short walks. Working breed dogs were bred to do jobs so it’s super important to make sure that they get the right level of exercise and stimulation daily. Working breed dogs need more than just simply being “let out in the yard”.  Personality        Life of the Party - - Puppies are sweet, fun and little energizer bunnies.  Cuddle Factor High - - Most puppies love to cuddle with their humans. They are affectionate and love some good cuddles.  Potty Trained Working On This Skill - - This puppy is currently a paws off the ground puppy (hasn’t finished vaccine series). This means that if the puppy is going outside it shouldn’t be walking around. Okay to have this puppy walk around in a private outdoor area like a yard or courtyard but can’t be in a high traffic area like a park and most NYC streets. At this age puppies use pee pads. Potty training takes a lot of patience, consistency and of course cleaning up. Comfy With Strangers? Yes - - Puppies are super friendly with new people, they love to make friends. It’s super important to socialize puppies in a safe controlled environment.  Social With Children?  (ALWAYS requires supervision) Yes - - Puppies are okay for homes with respectful kids aged 6 and up. Puppies are not a good match for kids younger than 6 years old as puppies go through teething phases: which can be very intense and result in little kids getting hurt.  Social With Dogs? Yes - - Puppies have all the potential to be extremely social with other dogs. Socializing puppies with other puppies and adult dogs is a huge part of raising a puppy. It should be done in a safe and controlled environment: puppy classes and playdates with trusted dogs are a great way to do this.  Social With Cats? Yes - - Fun fact all puppies have the potential to be best friends with a cat. It’s on the adopter to help set boundaries with the cat (like not being able to chase the cat). The cat should also be a friendly cat as a puppy is not a great idea for a grumpy cat.  Mouthy Play   High - - puppies go through really mouthy phases. The mouthy phase is partly due to “teething” but also a big part of mouthy behavior is the puppy brain developing into an adult dog brain and having a need to play.  Important for adopters to be ready for this can. It can be one of the more challenging parts of puppyhood. Proper training, socialization, stimulation and boundary setting is very important for getting mouthy behavior under control. Leash Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - This puppy is currently an indoor puppy/paws off the ground (hasn’t finished with the vaccine series yet). But, it’s never too early to start training for leash skills. Many trainers recommend starting to train the command heel (best way to prevent pulling on the leash) from an early age. For puppies that are going to grow up to be a decent size we highly recommend investing in professional leash training from a young age (easier to teach them when they are small versus being in a position where they are dragging you down the street).  Jumping Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - Puppies are prone to jumping up on people when they are excited. It’s important to work on this behavior from an early age. It’s cute when they are little but not so much when they are full grown. Good habits start early. Separation Anxiety Medium - -  Most puppies have some level of separation anxiety as they learn to self soothe. Often they cry the first 10 ish minutes when they are first left alone or being crated. It’s super important to leave your puppy home alone every single day so that they can practice this skill and grow their self confidence.  Medical Status Up to date on their DHPP and Bordetella Vaccine. Adopters will need to finish the DHPP vaccine series and administer the Rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age. Spayed(females)/Neutered (males) and microchipped. De-wormed upon intake.  How Did They End Up With Social Tees Animal Rescue? This pup was originally left anonymously at a high volume shelter in TN where they were at risk of euthanasia. Our rescue partner based down there pulled this dog, had the initial veterinary care done, and transported them to NYC. While in Social Tees care, they are kept in attentive and loving foster homes. Many dogs are rescued from the south because the pet overpopulation problem there is much worse than it is in the northern parts of the country. This seems to be because far fewer people are having their pets spayed/neutered in the south, the climate is warmer so animals are reproducing year round, and the human population in these areas is less dense so there aren't enough people to adopt them. In NYC and the surrounding area, we have a large human population, which in turn means the animals find forever homes at a higher rate up here. :) PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue
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Wensledale

Shar Pei Cattle Dog

Male, 1 mo
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Wensledale, a 6 week old, 3pound (as of 2/28), adorable Shar Pei/Heeler mix. This delightful puppy is soft, sweet, cuddly and super loving. He is great with other dogs and friendly. If you would like to adopt this Rockstar, please email rescue@pupstarzrescue.org or visit www.pupstarzrescue.org for an application! www.pupstarzrescue.org Please Follow us on Instagram: @pupstarzrescue Like us on FaceBook! www.facebook.com/PupStarzRescue **Puppies are hard work. If you are not ready for a 'new baby' please adopt an adult or senior who need you! In addition, we cannot guarantee the breed, size, temperament or age of a puppy.**

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