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Lolita is Looking for Some Attention

August 24, 2017

UNION, NJ - Lolita is a super sweet pug who craves attention.  The Union Animal Shelter estimates that Lolita is about 7 years old but, "you wouldn't know it by looking at her.  She loves to play with toys and relax by your side."  She is good with dogs, cats, and children.

The Union Animal Shelter is located at 980 Jefferson Avenue (behind Rt. 22 Home ...

Pancake is Looking for Forever Home

UNION, NJ - Say Hi to Pancake.

Pancake was found in a resident's backyard.  According to the Union Animal Shelter, he was most likely let go by his previous owner. The shelter is looking for his forever home.

The Union Animal Shelter is located at 980 Jefferson Avenue (behind Rt. 22 Home Depot).  They can be reached at 908-851-5230 ...

Penelope and Odysseus Looking for New Home

UNION, NJ - Union's Animal Shelter reports that two ferrets were found in a shoebox next to a church recently.

Meet Penelope and Odysseus.  According to the shelter, they are super playful and litter box trained.  The shelter is accepting applications now.

The Union Animal Shelter is open Monday through Friday, noon to 3:00 p.m., and Saturday from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Sweet Simon Looking for a Home

 

UNION, NJ - Simon is a sweet 2 year old Lab/Greyhound mix.

Simon's previous owners could no longer keep him due to their child's allergies. He's shy at first but warms right up. Very quiet. Great with other dogs and kids.

The Union Animal Shelter is open Monday through Friday, noon to 3:00 p.m., and Saturday from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.  Contact the Shelter at ...

Meet Baxter at the Union Animal Shelter

UNION, NJ - Meet Baxter!

Baxter is a six month old terrier/poodle mix. He was surrendered by his owner because he was a little more than they could handle. He's extremely sweet and just wants to cuddle.

The Union Animal Shelter is open Monday through Friday, noon to 3:00 p.m., and Saturday from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.  Contact the Shelter at 908-851-5230 or email ...

Willow, a Pocket Pittie, is Looking for a Forever Home

UNION, NJ - Willow is awaiting adoption at the Union Animal Shelter.

Willow, approximately 3 years old, is pocket pittie. According to the Animal Shelter's Facebook posting, "this girl is stocky but very small.  She was most likely bred and dumped. This extremely sweet cuddle bug is up for adoption. Dog and cat friendly. Come meet Willow!"

The Union Animal Shelter is ...

Holmes and Watson: Sweet and Mellow

UNION, NJ - Meet Holmes and Watson!   Now at the Union Animal Shelter.

These two were found as strays in Kenilworth.  They're pretty bonded so the Shelter folks are hoping to have them go home together. They are extremely sweet and on the mellow side. No issues with cats or other dogs.

Tyson Looking for Forever Home

UNION, NJ - Check out super handsome Tyson at the Union Animal Shelter. 

 

Tyson is a boxer mix of about 4 to 6 years old who loves to run and go on long walks. He loves big bones to chew and enjoys playing tug of war. Tyson knows a few commands and takes his treats gently. He gets along with other dogs and seems okay with cats. He has been at the shelter looking ...

Georgie Loves Everyone...and Playing Fetch

Georgie is a sweet and playful 8-9 year old mix, about 40 pounds. Georgie is very well behaved and loves everyone. He LOVES playing fetch and is a master at the game. He will play for hours on end. Georgie also knows his commands and is good with other dogs and cats. 

 

Georgie was found as a stray. He was hit by a car and had a huge gash on his forehead. He also had head trauma ...

Brothers Jay and Brody Looking for a Good Home

UNION, NJ – Brothers Jay and Brody can go home together from the Union Animal Shelter for a single adoption fee, complete with a goodie bag.

Jay and Brody are going on six months old and are nearly identical in both looks and personality.  Jay is a slightly larger and a little lighter in color.  Both are very playful and love affection.  Jay loves to be scratched between ...

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