Aras the Afghan Shepherd, Labrador Mix

Aras the Afghan Shepherd, Labrador Mix

We adopted Aras from Baku, Azerbaijan when he was three months old. He was brought with his siblings to the Sean Casey Animal Rescue non kill shelter in Brooklyn, New York. From day one he was just so sad and shy, but once we showed him much love and affection his personality really opened up. Now he’s a good boy with a comfy, happy life! Submitted by Gene K.

Aras the Afghan Shepherd, Labrador Mix

Aras the Afghan Shepherd, Labrador Mix

Aras the Afghan Shepherd, Labrador Mix

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Panda the Border Collie, Terrier Mix

Panda and Willow the Border Collie, Terrier Mixes

We welcomed two new pups to our shelter a couple of days ago. They are brother and sister, about four to five months old. Panda, pictured above, is going to be a big guy. Willow is half his size, shy and very sweet (scroll down to see her). Both are great with other dogs. Both are very loving pups. We think they are Border Collie and Terrier mixes. Submitted by Petaluma Pet Pals.

Panda the Border Collie, Terrier Mix

Here is Willow with her white socks…

Willow the Border Collie, Terrier Mix

Willow the Border Collie, Terrier Mix

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Pink the Labrador Retriever Mix

Pink the Labrador Mix

Pink is a very happy, friendly girl. She loves people, toys, treats, and balls. But what she really, really loves is to run and play. Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.

Pink the Labrador Retriever Mix



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Arnold the Australian Cattle Dog Mix

Arnold the Australian Cattle Dog Mix

This is Arnold, a new arrival at our shelter. He is about eleven weeks old. He will need to go home with another confident dog that enjoys playing. Arnold can be shy at first, but once he warms up, he is a very playful puppy, especially when another dog is around. Australian Cattle Dogs — also known as Blue Heelers, Queensland Heelers, or Halls Heelers — need to be active and busy. They are highly devoted to their owners and often choose one person that they attach themselves to, and they do not want to be separated. Submitted by the Humane Society Silicon Valley.

Arnold the Australian Cattle Dog Mix

Arnold the Australian Cattle Dog Mix

Arnold the Australian Cattle Dog Mix

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Zack the Yorkshire Terrier

Zack the Yorkshire Terrier and Friends

Some of our boys and girls here at the shelter are going out trick or treating tonight. Why? Because they love treats! Zack the Yorkshire Terrier, pictured above, wanted to go as a lobster. Zeb the Golden Retriever Mix is going as a football. Zeta the Border Collie Mix is dressing up as Dracula. Zara the Puggle (Pug and Beagle Mix) is going as a bumble bee, even though it looks like she is not too happy about it. Zeke the Yorkie is an ice cream sandwich. And the senior member of the group, Tess the Pointer and Beagle Mix, will be a scary dragon. Scroll down to see everyone in their costumes. Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.

Zeb the football…

Zeb the Golden Retriever Mix

Zeta as an extremely frightening Dracula…

Zeta the Border Collie Mix

Zara the reluctant bumble bee…

Zara the Puggle

Zeke the ice cream sandwich…

Zeke the Yorkshire Terrier

Tess the fire-breathing dragon…

Tess the Beagle Mix

Zeta was not scary enough to frighten away her new family…

Zeta's new family

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Mahina the Coonhound Mix

Mahina the Coonhound Mix

Mahina is a four month old shelter dog who has been evacuated twice. First from hurricane affected areas and then from the Northern California shelter that took her in after the fires started. That’s a lot of travel for a puppy. She loves to run and explore and will make a great hiking and running partner. She gets along great with other active dogs and will make a great canine buddy. Submitted by the Humane Society Silicon Valley.

Mahina the Coonhound Mix

Mahina the Coonhound Mix

Mahina the Coonhound Mix

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Fox the Australian Shepherd

Fox the Australian Shepherd

This is Fox, and he is as cool as they come. He is friendly, and sweet, and super smart. He is two years old and knows all kinds of tricks. He is looking for a new forever family that is ready for a dog that wants to be active and needs lots of exercise. Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.

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Fox the Australian Shepherd

Fox the Australian Shepherd

Fox the Australian Shepherd

Fox the Australian Shepherd

Congratulations to Fox on finding your new family!

Fox's new family

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Yoohoo the Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Yoohoo the Chesapeake Bay Retriever

My dog loves to rest his head on my leg when he is tired. Even though he is a retriever, he does not retrieve the ball. He grabs the ball when I throw it, and then brings it ten feet from me. Then when I run to grab it, he picks the ball up quickly and runs away! Yoohoo also loves the game “chase.” His favorite spot to be pet is on the back of his head and on the sides of his body. At 11 years old, he is never sad and is always smiling. Sometimes he eats food off the counter, which gets pretty annoying, but we love him all the same. Submitted by Jack S.

Yoohoo the Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Yoohoo the Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Yoohoo the Chesapeake Bay Retriever

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Chipmunk the Spaniel, Terrier Mix

Chipmunk the Spaniel, Terrier Mix

Our shelter just had three new adorable Spaniel, Terrier Mix arrivals. For the time being we’re calling them Chipmunk (pictured above), Squirrel, and Skunk (don’t worry, he smells like a normal puppy). These sweethearts will grow to be about 30 pounds, and we suspect that they won’t be here at the shelter very long. Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.

Here is Skunk…

Chipmunk the Spaniel, Terrier Mix

And here is Squirrel…

Chipmunk the Spaniel, Terrier Mix

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