BOSTON (CBS) — Three dogs up for adoption at Shultz’s Guest House in Dedham were featured on WBZ’s Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Bazooka is a four-month-old mixed breed. She and her three siblings were rescued from a hoarding situation in Tennessee.READ MORE: 9 Injured At Back Bay MBTA Station After Escalator Malfunction
Any active family would be a good fit for Bazooka, she has a lot of energy and is great with kids.
Nellie is one of seven in her litter. She is also about four-months-old and appears to be a lab-shepherd-mix with a little bit of husky.READ MORE: First Afghan Refugees Arrive In Massachusetts
Nellie was rescued from a high volume kill shelter and is an absolute sweetheart.
Garlic came to Shultz’s with six siblings and they are known as the “spice rack puppies.” He is about 3-months-old. While we don’t know his breed, it is expected that Garlic will stay on the smaller side, under 25-30 pounds.
Shultz’s Guest House brings dogs available for adoption to Boston City Hall for “Wag Wednesday” from 12-2 p.m. and will continue to do so until October.MORE NEWS: Gas Leak In Lawrence Forces More Than 100 People Out Of Nearby Buildings
For adoption information, visit www.sghrescue.org.