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Sheila and Lex Make a Pit Stop at Pet Pantry

The Pit Stop rescue crew were at Pet Pantry in Greenwich on Saturday with two rescue dogs available for adoption. Lex most outstanding trait, aside from loving people and wanting a companion, is his calm nature. Sheila was hit and dragged by a car, but she has healed up and her personality has blossomed. Both are described as “bombproof” by their rescuers. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: 29th Annual Puttin’ on the Dog Cheats the Weather Gods

The weather held out despite an earlier forecast of rain. The 29th annual Puttin on the Dog event at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, with main sponsor Pet Pantry Warehouse drew a huge crowd. The event is Adopt A Dog’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Continue Reading →

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Homeless in Cos Cob: Blue and Max’s Owner Went into Assisted Living

Local Pets Need New Homes
Earlier this week a local Cos Cob woman was moved to an assisted living facility leaving behind her two beloved pets. Blue is a friendly (but scared) eight year old neutered, declawed cat.  He is used to living with a very mellow dog. Max is a very mellow six year old neutered Shih Tzu. He is good with cats and prefers a quieter  household (no young kids please).  He does not require a lot of exercise — he prefers to follow you around the house instead of going for a walk.  He would be ideal for someone looking for a non-shedding low-maintenance dog. They were taken under the care of Cat Assistance NY,  and do not have to find a home together, although that would be great!  For more information about either of these pets please contact Kerri Ann at [email protected]. Continue Reading →

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Gino: Found in a Cemetery by NYC Cops. This is What Rescue is About.

New York City police spotted this Old English Bulldog in a cemetery and he ran to them when they called out. He jumped into their patrol car and responded to their kindness. They couldn’t bring themselves to deliver Gino to the city shelter. Unsuccessful at finding owners, cops reached out to Tina in Greenwich. Underweight, neglected, but deserving. Meet Gino. Continue Reading →

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