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Add Merry to Your Holiday! Adopt a Senior Pup!


tan and black dog with white chest, medium sized, sitting on grassy lawn
Merry is 7 years young and excited to find her forever home!

Merry is a bit of an older gal; she is estimated to be around 7 years old. Don't be fooled! She has tons of personality and silly spunk. You can always catch her with her tongue out and a huge warm smile on her face. She loves to have a good time and enjoys a good snooze just as much. She is a perfect blend of a laid-back companion and a pup that you can take out on a leisurely walk. Or she would enjoy playing gently with another dog in the home. Gotta love an older dog!

 







 


black dog with gray/white muzzel. He is standing on a wooden porch.
Benjamin is a lovely gentleman!

Benjamin is 10 years old and is a handsome and distinguished gentleman with lots of life left to live! He is a very easygoing dog with the perfect amount of spunk. Ben loves all people, and does great with kids. He does wonderful with other dogs and cats. Ben is currently being fostered in Texas in a home with dogs, cats, and two kids under 5 years old! He is so gentle, loving, and doing fantastic. Ben's foster mom is ready to do a virtual meet and greet with you and answer any questions you have. 











tan, medium sized dog with tongue out on playground
Keedum is ready to play!


Keedum is 6 years old and is a true social butterfly who absolutely adores being around people. His friendly nature is infectious, and he never fails to put a smile on everyone's face. Whether you have friends over or you're out for a leisurely stroll, Keedum will happily accompany you and make new friends along the way. One of Keedum's favorite places in the world is the park. The moment he sets foot in a green open space, he’s like a young pup in a Milk-Bone store! He really loves to be out and about. Keedum has great social skills with people and other dogs.


 

Adopt a senior pup!


Written by Tristan Lock, Three Little Pitties

Edited by Tracy Stober

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