Waldo, Haze Looking for Homes

Waldo

WaldoHi! My name is Waldo! I am a one and a half year-old, male, Basenji/Chihuahua mix, about 15 lbs. and full of life! I have lived with one forever family that loved me very much and I loved them more which caused me to be overly protective of them! I am in a foster home now and I am feeling less anxious because I don’t have the stress of having to protect my mom and dad all of the time! I am learning what it is like to be a dog, walk and not be carried all of the time, have to follow rules and not be allowed to be bossy or overly vocal!

I am in a home with a BIG dog, a nine year-old and a teenager. We all get along great. I would do best in a home where I know what the rules are and someone is willing to put in the time to do training. I know the basic “stuff” already! I am alert, energetic, curious and sometimes aloof but I fall in love with you quickly. Think of all of the fun we could have as spring comes! I am neutered, vaccinated, and ready to meet you!

Adoption Donation: $350Haze

Haze

My name is Haze and I’m a one year old boxer pit mix. My owner needs to give me up because pit mixes are not allowed. I am up to date and neutered and in good health. I live with a Yorkie so can be introduced to other dogs and I also live with a toddler and other young children who are brokenhearted to see me go. I am house trained, but do need training since I am still a pup.

Early adoption donation (pre-training): $250

About Kitty Connection

Kitty Connection is a no-kill, all volunteer rescue based in Medford and dedicated to helping animals in need. KC provides foster homes for them until they are adopted into loving, forever homes.

Cats/dogs are sometimes temporarily staying at foster homes away from the area.

For more information or to make an appointment to see the animals, call 781-393-9995 or email kc@kittyconnection.net.

For more animals or to see videos, check out http://www.KittyConnection.net!

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