MORRIS PLAINS — Rosa is a “senior” bichon/poodle mix and Dolly is a 4-year-old dachshund. Both dogs were abandoned and ended up at shelters before being rescued by Second Chance Pet Adoption. Rosa is a calm lapdog who gets along well with dogs and cats. She has only three teeth left, but has no problem eating soft food.
Dolly, initially nervous with strangers, especially men, warms up after awhile. She would be best suited to a calm household. Both dogs are spayed and up-to-date on shots.
For more information on Rosa, Dolly and other adoptable pets, call the Second Chance Pet Adoption League at (973) 208-1054 or go to www.secondchance.petfinder.com.
Second Chance Adoption League is a nonprofit volunteer fostering organization serving the Morris County area. The group holds adoption days every Sunday from 12:30 to 3 p.m. at the Animal Clinic of Morris Plains at 3009 Route 10 east.
Shelters interested in placing a pet in the Paw Print adoption column or submitting news should call (973) 392-5950 or e-mail email@example.com.
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