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Paws & Pals: These 5 dogs are available for adoption with Paws of War

Paws of War is looking to adopt out rescued animals to gold star families and veterans who fought alongside our fallen soldiers in line with their mission of helping both ends of the leash.

News 12 Staff

May 27, 2024, 4:36 PM

Updated 25 days ago

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Paws of War is looking to adopt out rescued animals to gold star families and veterans who fought alongside our fallen soldiers in line with their mission of helping both ends of the leash.

Hope

Hope is a happy go lucky playful lab 5-year-old Lab. She extremely affectionate, lovable and is wonderful with kids, other dogs and cats. She is housebroken, knows some commands and is quick to offer you her paw. Looking for someone who can take long walks with this girl to get her bikini ready for summer.

Gunner

Gunner is about 7 years old. This handsome lab is housebroken and an obedient dog who knows many commands. Gunner gets along with other dogs, cats and little kids. He loves the great outdoors and would benefit from a family who loves to hike, run and play outside with him. He would be a great addition to any active family.

Val

Val is approximately 2-3 years old. This gorgeous English Cream Retriever is sweet and shy. Val would benefit from another dog in the home and a loving adopter who can help her to be more confident. She also would like a nice grassy fenced in yard to spend her days playing catch and running around in.

Rocky

Rocky is loving being in foster with three cats and three small dogs. He walks great on a leash knows sit and down. Rocky loves getting out and enjoys rides in the car and going on adventures. He loves to snuggle and gives kisses. Rocky is very calm and knows his indoor manners. He also loves to run in the yard and play fetch.

Onyx

Onyx is a 1½ year old Border Collie. She was rescued by a U.S. Soldier while deployed in the Middle East with Paws of War’s help. Onyx is currently in foster and doing so well. Onyx is shy but is quick to warm up. She is housebroken, smart and knows basic commands. Onyx would do best with another dog and a nice fenced in yard.


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