By Anna Meiler

BOSTON (CBS) – Three puppies up for adoption through Shultz’s Guest House in Dedham were featured this week on Pet Parade.

Harmony came from a group of five puppies whose mother was hit by a car and killed.

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A pair of puppies from the same litter, Tango and Salsa, also visited the WBZ-TV studios.

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The only thing known about Tango and Salsa’s history is their gender – Tango is a boy and Salsa is a girl. They were found in Tennessee hiding under a gazeebo.

It’s estimated that Tango and Salsa will grow to be about 50-55 pounds. They are three months old and need families who can spend plenty of time with them.

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For more information, or to make an appointment to meet dogs up for adoption, visit the Shultz’s Guest House website.

Anna Meiler