BOSTON (CBS) — Two dogs up for adoption from Pittie Love Rescue–and one who needs a lot of help–were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

Bowie. (WBZ-TV)

Bowie. (WBZ-TV)

Bowie is a two-year-old Pitt who came to Pittie Love from MSPCA-Angell as an owner-surrender. He’s great with kids and dogs. This lovable boy is strong, but calm–and loves his walks!

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Tony. (WBZ-TV)

Tony. (WBZ-TV)

Tony is four years old, and was a stray found in Malden. He’s an absolute cuddle-bug who loves to give lots of kisses! He’s good with children and great on a leash, and is good with submissive, female dogs.

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Wendy. (WBZ-TV)

Wendy. (WBZ-TV)

Wanda was on the Pet Parade a few months ago–but she’s now suffering from an aggressive form of cancer. The seven-year-old Pit is currently on hospice, and veterinarians say she may only have a few months to live. Pittie Love is trying to raise money to cover her expensive surgery, and the treatments she needs to feel better.

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For more information about adopting Bowie or Tony, or helping out with Wanda’s care, visit pittieloverescue.org.