BOSTON (CBS) — Four dogs up for adoption from PAWS New England were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Murna is eight years old, and was rescued from a high-kill shelter where she was very ill and had almost no chance of surviving. She has a birth defect in one eye–but that doesn’t hold her back! She’s very sweet and mellow, and loves going on walks.READ MORE: It Happens Here: Learning To Play Polo, ‘The Game of Kings’, In Georgetown
Fenway is just a baby at four months old! He has a skin issue–when he was rescued, he had no fur. He’s slowly growing it back, though! He’s typically very active and spunky, with a big personality.READ MORE: Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's Developments
Maura, a five-year-old pit bull/terrier mix was also rescued from a high-kill shelter. She’s a sweet girl who has never met a stranger she didn’t like. She loves going for car rides, and would be a great hiking companion.
Babs, six, wags her tail non-stop! Sadly, PAWS New England said she was probably used as a bait dog. She is very reactive to other dogs and nervous around them, so she would do best in a home with no other dogs–and an owner who has the patience to train her.MORE NEWS: Hiker Spots Rare Five-Foot Timber Rattlesnake In Blue Hills Reservation
For more information, visit PAWSNewEngland.com.