#AdoptDontShop: 10 Dogs You Can Adopt in Boston Right Now

Choosing to adopt a pet is the absolute best route you can take when you’re in the market for one. Not only are you saving a life (which is the most fulfilling feeling in the world, btw) but you are also not contributing to the inhumane practices of the pet store and breeding industry. Upon adoption, you also give room for another animal in need, whether you rescue from an adoption agency or a shelter. Here are ten pups that need your help and information on where you can find them so that you can adopt a pet today!

1. Anberlin

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Anbernlin is a seven month old pitbull terrier who is just seven months young. He is a total snuggle bug who loves other pets company. Look at the sweater… c’mon.

2. Candy Boo

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Candy Boo is a three year old lab mix that is sweet as a button. Look at that mushy face!! Don’t tell me you don’t want to cuddle the sh*t out of her. She’s screaming “love me love me!” And apparently she sleeps in…win win win.

Email the k9 Animal Rescue League at adoptions@lasthopek9.org if you are interested in Anberlin or Candy. The full adoption list of dogs available at this rescue group can be found here, they have tons of puppies and adult dogs alike!

3. Buddy

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Buddy is an older handsome fella looking for his furrrrever home. He is a shy (but adorable!) cuddle buddy. He does very well in quiet households. Older dogs are often overlooked at shelters and agencies,  but they make great companions. They are usually laid back and already housebroken.

4. Skittles

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Skittles is a husky mix, with one brown and one blue eye (amazing and rare). He is extremely friendly and outgoing with tons of energy. He’ll be able to keep up with you on long hikes or endless walks!

Skittles and Buddy are available at the Animal Rescue League of Boston. Information on these two bundles of love are available on their website found here.

5. Fortune

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Seriously, if no one adopts this mush… I will. Fortune is a great pyrenees and boxer mix only 2 months young. People will adopt this cute little guy soon; so apply now!

6. Cassie

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Cassie is a total sweetheart from Georgia who is completely laid-back looking for someone to come scoop her up and love her!

She and Fortune are waiting for your arrival at the Northeast Animal Shelter. You can give them a ring for more information about them at (978) 745-9888.

7. Max

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Max is a Schnauzer mix who is just 8 months young. He loves to be cuddled and he is a total people pleaser who will be your loyal friend forever. He is extremely well mannered for a puppy, look at that proper stance and how well he poses for the camera, what a gem.

8. Nick

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The face, the nose, the eyes, the ears… can nick be any more adorable?? Nick is a yellow lab mix approximately 12 weeks old. His first owner abandoned him along with his siblings (who would abandon that face, seriously). He is a playful ball of love who is doing very well with his house training and loves people and animals alike. GO GET HIM NOW (this is an order).

Max and Nick are up for adoption at the Great Dog Rescue New England and you can learn how to save these precious angels here.

9. Jake

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Ok seriously I am dead. Jake is a cocker spaniel mix. People found him abandoned on the side of the road with his sisters. He is a spunky pup looking for you to love him! So go love him. Jake is obtainable at the Rescue Angels (let’s be honest, he’s a total angel, so this is fitting) in Braintree. You can fill out an application for him here.

10. Drew

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Drew is a happy little lad who is estimated to be 1-3 years old. He is a labrador mix who is full of life and is just looking for someone to love him. Swoon. Drew is also available at Rescue Angels League.

Why Adopt a Pet?

If you are a dog lover like me and you want an amazing addition to you or your family, please consider adoption. There are thousands of dogs in the New England area desperate for a home. If none of these dogs are of interest to you (doubtful) than you can browse any of the rescue leagues above for one. I can vouch for the adoption route because I have a rescue myself. That decision was the best I’ve ever made! #AdoptDontShop people!

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