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Peaceful Paws Giant Dog Placement Services

Raleigh, NC 27613

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Peaceful Paws is a small rescue serving giant dogs in southeastern PA, Southern NJ, Northern DE, MD and Raleigh-Durham NC area. We provide loving, compassionate, permanent homes for SENIOR & HOSPICE CARE giant breed dogs through end of life, whether that be days, months or even years.

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