BOSTON (CBS) — Three dogs up for adoption from Save A Dog in Sudbury were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

Save A Dog brought in two dogs that were part of a group of eight brought in from a hoarding situation in West Virginia. They will need a lot of TLC, with some of them needing additional nutrition and dental help.

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Buster. (WBZ-TV)

Buster. (WBZ-TV)

Buster is a seven-year-old “Schnoodle,” a schnauser-poodle mix. He’s neutered, very friendly, and ready for his forever home! Save A Dog says he needs new parents with lots of energy to match him, and probably without young kids.

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Sandy. (WBZ-TV)

Sandy. (WBZ-TV)

Sandy is a Chihuahua, around five years old and weighing only about five pounds. She’s a cuddlebug–she loves to sit in your lap! She’s going to need a teeth cleaning, but is being spayed this week and will be ready to be adopted. She should go to a home with no children, as she’s very tiny!

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For more information, visit SaveADog.org.