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Amelia

Female Young Mixed Breed (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Angel

Female Adult Labrador Retriever Hounds (All Types) (mixed)

Angel is a 1 year old, 35 pound, Lab mix rescued in Alabama. She gets along great and loves to play with the two dogs in her foster home... show more

Angel is a 1 year old, 35 pound, Lab mix rescued in Alabama. She gets along great and loves to play with the two dogs in her foster home. She is a smart energetic girl, extremely sweet and loves all people, dogs and kids! She loves to snuggle! Angel would make a wonderful family dog, and can't wait to find her forever home! Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Annalise

Female Young Hounds (All Types) Australian Shepherd (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Anush

Female Senior Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier (mixed)

Anush who is a 12 year old Yorkshire Terrier and is BONDED with Sevan who is a 15 year old Cairn Terrier. They must be adopted together.... show more

Anush who is a 12 year old Yorkshire Terrier and is BONDED with Sevan who is a 15 year old Cairn Terrier. They must be adopted together.  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Beverly

Female Adult Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

Beverly was the best momma to her 8 pups, and now it's time for her to find her forever home. She is a 50 pound, mixed-breed love! She h... show more

Beverly was the best momma to her 8 pups, and now it's time for her to find her forever home. She is a 50 pound, mixed-breed love! She has personality to spare, loves all people and dogs, loves toys and playtime, and will make a wonderful addition to any family! She hasn’t had any accidents in the house, is somewhat crate trained, does well on a leash, and knows to sit and take treats gently! She’ll benefit from some training and will enjoy using her cleverness to learn new commands! Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Bingo

Male Senior Bichon Frise (mixed)

Bingo's owner sadly passed away and his extended family can not have pets where they live. Bingo needs a forever home, that will be his... show more

Bingo's owner sadly passed away and his extended family can not have pets where they live. Bingo needs a forever home, that will be his forever home! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Boston Beans

Female Labrador Retriever Great Pyrenees (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Bridge

Male Baby Treeing Walker Coonhound (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Bristol

Female Young Hounds (All Types) (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Brownie

Female Young Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Bruin

Male Great Pyrenees (mixed)

BRUIN is an extra large dog with a fantastic disposition and a warm personality looking for a home with room to roam. He can be a rambun... show more

BRUIN is an extra large dog with a fantastic disposition and a warm personality looking for a home with room to roam. He can be a rambunctious dog when others are involved but typically is a low key easy going boy. Bruin appreciates contact and will seek it out when he needs. Other wise he can be found in a favorite spot lying down enjoying a good sleep or the view. Bruin is a perfect example of a bark being more than its bite, he functions as a door bell when people arrive, until he recognizes the sound of your car. A very large loving animal who would become an excellent addition to any family. Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Buster

Male Terriers (Medium) (mixed)

Buster is a 1 year old, 20 pound, Terrier rescued in Mississippi. This pup will be traveling north within the month and is looking for h... show more

Buster is a 1 year old, 20 pound, Terrier rescued in Mississippi. This pup will be traveling north within the month and is looking for his Forever anywhere in New England. The breed mix listed is an honest best guess based on size and physical characteristics. Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Canasta

Female Baby Treeing Walker Coonhound (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Candi

Female Adult Labrador Retriever (mixed)

Candi is a 8-9 year old 65 pound Lab mix, fostered in Essex, MA. This pup is looking for her forever home anywhere in New England. The b... show more

Candi is a 8-9 year old 65 pound Lab mix, fostered in Essex, MA. This pup is looking for her forever home anywhere in New England. The breed mix listed is an honest best guess based on size and physical characteristics. Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Cara Car

Female Treeing Walker Coonhound (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Carol-Ann

Female Young Mixed Breed (mixed)

Meet Carol Ann, a mixed breed puppy who just loves everyone and everything! She is a real cuddle bug and always wants to be near her hum... show more

Meet Carol Ann, a mixed breed puppy who just loves everyone and everything! She is a real cuddle bug and always wants to be near her humans and canine friends. Carol Ann hasn’t met any cats yet, but she is looking forward to having a family to give all that puppy love to! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Clementine

Female Treeing Walker Coonhound

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Cookie

Female Young Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Dozer

Male Adult Hounds (All Types) (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Euchre

Female Baby Treeing Walker Coonhound (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Evee

Female Young Mixed Breed (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Gunner

Male Senior Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Haley

Female Young Mixed Breed (mixed)

Haley is a sweet, soft, 8-month-old, Pointer/Hound mix searching for a home, with a fenced in yard and a playful resident dog. An abode... show more

Haley is a sweet, soft, 8-month-old, Pointer/Hound mix searching for a home, with a fenced in yard and a playful resident dog. An abode on the quieter side of town, with a family who loves the serenity of the woods and peaceful morning walks is her heart’s desire. This 45lb bashful beauty is hesitant to meet new people and unsure of new environments, yet with patience, sensitivity, and love, she quickly flourishes. Haley is house trained, no longer needs a crate, easily redirected, and looks to resident dog as a role model. She loves belly rubs, tug toys, snuggling with her humans, and playing with a variety of canines. Simply put, Haley yearns to be part of a family that is willing to cultivate her growth as she continues to gain confidence and comfort in her environment and the world.  Haley is fostered in Beverly, MA. Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup.  Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website.    Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less

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Hallie

Female Labrador Retriever (mixed)

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've... show more

Though occasionally we do end up with a purebred surrender, our adopters will tell you that our Southern mutts are the best dogs they've ever had! Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate as a traditional animal shelter. There are three ways to adopt from us:  Commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts—in other words, adopting a dog before meeting [him/her] in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is a two-week trial period to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. Meet one of our dogs being fostered in Massachusetts—and take them from foster to forever! Attend one of our meet & greet events held throughout the year at various locations on the north shore of Massachusetts. Pre-approved adopters that find your match can take your new pup home from the event! Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process are available on our website. Not quite ready to commit? Please consider opening your home to fostering one of our pups! If you live within driving distance to Newburyport or Groveland Massachusetts, we would love to talk with you. Details on fostering are also detailed on our website. Too many dogs end up in shelters or back in rescue because their humans were not prepared for the commitment and responsibility of a dog. Before filling out an application, please evaluate your ability to train, exercise, and care for, financially and otherwise, for the span of your dog's lifetime. Their life depends on it!  show less