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Dogs of the Week – Help Ecco, Eddie, Effie, and Eve Find Their “Forever” Homes

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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are looking for their 'forever homes". Credits: Home for Good Dog Rescue
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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are looking for their 'forever homes". Credits: Home for Good Dog Rescue
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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are looking for their 'forever homes". Credits: Home for Good Dog Rescue
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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are looking for their 'forever homes". Credits: Home for Good Dog Rescue
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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are looking for their 'forever homes". Credits: Home for Good Dog Rescue
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Ecco and his siblings Eddie, Effie and Eve are part of a litter of 9 English Coonhound puppies. They are 12 weeks old. They came from Millen, Georgia where there is no animal control. Had they not been taken in by Home for Good Dog Rescue and transported to New Jersey, they would have been euthanized by the local authorities. Ecco and his siblings are tall and lanky puppies. They are adorable, cuddly dogs that love getting attention. Ecco and his siblings get along well with children, cats and other dogs. We are all ready to go to our forever homes. Ecco and his siblings are up-to-date with their vaccinations, altered, and micro-chipped.

For more information on Ecco, Eddie, Effie, Eve or any of the other dogs available through Home for Good Dog Rescue visit the Home for Good website (www.homeforgooddogs.org). If you are considering adopting one of the other Home for Good dogs, find out more about the application process (www.homeforgooddogs.org/adoption-process) and complete an online application. A pre-approved application is required for all “meet and greets” and adoptions.

Let’s help Ecco, Eddie, Effie, Eve and their HFG friends find their new “forever” homes!

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Next Home for Good Dog Rescue Dog Adoption Events:

Saturday, June 27th- at PetSmart – Millburn, 187 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Sunday, June 28th- Berkeley Heights Street Fair, in front of the Home for Good Dog Rescue Office, 465 Springfield Avenue, Berkeley Heights, NJ from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Stop by and visit our facility.

For more information on upcoming Home for Good events visit the HFG website calendar.

Almost Home Wellness Center:

Help us build the Almost Home Wellness Center so more homeless dogs can get a second chance at life. By contributing to the Almost Home Capital Campaign, you will help build a wellness center for dogs that are in dire need of medical care and attention as they embark on their journey to find their forever homes. To find out more about the Almost Home Wellness Center visit the Home for Good website.

Volunteering and Fostering Opportunities:

Home for Good Dog Rescue is always looking for volunteers and fosters. The Junior Volunteer program is open to teens, 16 years old and older. To find out more about volunteering or fostering visit the Home for Good website.

In Kind Donations:

As a foster-based rescue, Home for Good Dog Rescue is always in need of supplies for their foster homes in New Jersey and down South. The items HFG needs most are listed below. Home for Good Dog Rescue would greatly appreciate any help. Donations may be dropped off at any HFG adoption event or at the Home for Good Office.

• Gift Cards (PetSmart, Petco, Target, Wal-Mart, etc.)
• Slip Leads and Leashes
• Puppy & Adult Martingale Collars
• Crates (Medium and Large)
• Bleach
• Detergent
• Simple Green Cleaning Solution
• Cotton Balls & Q-Tips
• Paper Towels
• Newspaper
• Towels
• Dog toys
• KONGS & Nylabones
• Beds & Blankets
• Hydrogen Peroxide & Rubbing Alcohol
• Poop Bags
• Flea/Tick Preventative (ex.-Frontline)
• Heartworm Preventative (ex.-Heartgard)

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