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Tappa

Female Adult Feist Terriers (Small) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Tappa, please contact Sweet Paws Rescue at PS@sweetpawsrescue.org

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About Tappa

Tappa is a 1 year old, Feist mix rescued in Mississippi. This dog will be traveling north within the month and is looking for her 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 like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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!

Adoption Fee: $485.00

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Details

Name
Tappa
Age
1 years, 0 months
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Born Into Rescue
No

Sweet Paws Rescue

310 Main Street Groveland MA 01834

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Agnes

Basset Hound

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that event. Regardless of what approach is best for you, the process always starts with submitting an application. More details on our adoption process is 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. This is a great way to determine what dog may be the perfect fit for your home. Details on fostering is 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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Aine (Awn-ya)

Beagle

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Archie

Terriers (Medium)

A R C H I E  is ready for a foster or forever. He is currently living in boarding and this handsome man needs to be in a home.  From an... show more

A R C H I E  is ready for a foster or forever. He is currently living in boarding and this handsome man needs to be in a home.  From an isolated back yard in a bad neighborhood and an unknown fate, to getting his second chance with a small group of people that rallied for his safety, Archie is a perfect example of “it takes a village”. Archie lived in a neighborhood where dog fighting is part of the culture and where becoming “bait dogs” is all too real for a non-aggressive dog. Archie had a guardian angel of a neighbor that feared for his safety and reached out MANY organizations and couldn’t find help. SPR got the included note early one morning and within 24 hours, Archie was ours.  We have taken our time with this dog to get to know him - we have a behaviorist/trainer that works with him regularly but he is living in boarding which is not the best environment for Archie to learn how to “dog”. Archie loves his people and is eager to trust. He is looking healthy now that he is living indoors and eating regularly. He understands basic commands and at 2 years old, has recently started playing with other dogs, which is a first for him! He reads other dogs cues very well and responds respectively when they ask for space. Archie’s BEST LIFE includes a dog friend to PLAY WITH HIM! It’s now his favorite. A foster or adopter with bully breed experience and the desire to continue with his training as he works towards Breed Ambassador status, is a requirement. Archie promises to be a great partner in that process. He loves everybody he meets and slow and polite introductions ensure success!  Archie is under the breed umbrella of a "pit bull", is 2 years old, UTD on all vaccinations, and now neutered. He should not be in a home with small children - Archie is a big adolescent pup that is learning manners, and small kiddos tip over too easily. And his name — A R C H I E is short for "Archway". Archie’s neighbor would visit him through the fence daily and would give him an Archway Cookies iced oatmeal cookie. They are his favorite and most special treat. Still. These are on Archie's must-have treat list!  To FOSTER, please live within driving distance of Groveland or Newburyport MA. To ADOPT, anywhere in New England. Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Asher

Shih Tzu

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Aubie

Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Avery

Mixed Breed

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Baxter

Mixed Breed

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Bella

Terriers (Medium)

Bella was pulled from a GA shelter at the 11th hour before euthanized with TEN puppies in her belly, her water broke in the vehicle afte... show more

Bella was pulled from a GA shelter at the 11th hour before euthanized with TEN puppies in her belly, her water broke in the vehicle after leaving the shelter, and shortly after - gave birth to a beautiful litter. She’s been an AMAZING mom and now it’s Bella’s time to be cared for. This sweet girl LOVES our volunteer team that is caring for her, seeks attention, and is eager to learn. Bella needs a dog free home as well as a no children under 10 as she decompresses after weaning her litter.   Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to ensure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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. Their life depends on it! show less

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Blake

Mixed Breed

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Braxton

Mixed Breed

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Buddy

Dachshund

Buddy is an 8 year old dashhound mix and is approx 18 pounds. This sweet gentleman is a little shy at first but after proper introductio... show more

Buddy is an 8 year old dashhound mix and is approx 18 pounds. This sweet gentleman is a little shy at first but after proper introduction, he will climb right into your lap and then you know you've won his heart! Buddy really enjoys the recliner with his foster mom and will share space with the other resident dogs. He sleeps on a pile of blankets on the floor next to the bed. He walks well on the leash and is not a barker. He would possibly do well with a retiree who wants a lap dog and could also do well as an only dog!  Buddy is fostered in Bradford MA and is availble to be adopted anywhere in New England.  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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

Beagle

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Cash

Labrador Retriever

Meet CASH! This 1 year old Lab mix is not only a sweet boy, but is dog and cat friendly, house trained and crate trained - Cash is the T... show more

Meet CASH! This 1 year old Lab mix is not only a sweet boy, but is dog and cat friendly, house trained and crate trained - Cash is the TOTAL package! He loves squeaky toys, balls and of all things,  ice cubes! When he hears the sound of his leash, he is the first one at the door waiting to go for a walk and walks great on leash. He also LOVES car rides and will jump up and sit on the seat to look out the window. He is a total love bug who wants to be with his people. Says his foster "the people that adopt Cash will be hitting the jackpot!!". Fostered in Marlborough MA, Cash can be adopted anywhere in New England.  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Cassidy

Mixed Breed

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Chellie

Labrador Retriever

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Chigger

Chihuahua

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Condi

Labrador Retriever

Condi is a sweetheart snugglebug and is just a GEM of a dog! Like any happy pup, she loves to play fetch and a tennis ball is her favori... show more

Condi is a sweetheart snugglebug and is just a GEM of a dog! Like any happy pup, she loves to play fetch and a tennis ball is her favorite. She also LOVES to run, and she has a toy chicken that she carries around like her baby. After some romping, she really enjoys a leisurely nap in the sun. Condi is housebroken and sleeps through the night, and walks well on leash and in a harness. She uses a crate during the day when needed. She is living in a busy household with teenagers, loves all the visitors and other dogs too (currently living with two larger female dogs), and loves any smaller pups she's met in her travels. Condi was a star at a recent adoption event and she was excellent with all the kiddos she met there. She is also smart and is learning "sit" "off" and "come" - she loves treats so positive reinforcment training is a snap!   Before traveling north, Condi was in MIssissippi and was often used to temperment test other dogs because she is so emotionally stable. They commented on how she is such an incredibly affectionate dog! Condi is currently fostered in Danvers MA and is available to be fostered anywhere in New England.  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Daisy Mae

Pointer

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Darci

Dachshund

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Dax

Dachshund

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Della

Dachshund

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Demi

Dachshund

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Diamond

Mixed Breed

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Didi

Mixed Breed

Didi is a 4 month old, 20 pound, and very smart hound mix puppy! She gets along great with other dogs and cats, is crate trained, and ma... show more

Didi is a 4 month old, 20 pound, and very smart hound mix puppy! She gets along great with other dogs and cats, is crate trained, and making great progress with house training. Didi sleeps through the night, is learning basic commands, and already knows "sit" and "no". Didi likes to play with squeaky toys and balls and LOVES to be outside! She really needs a yard to stretch her legs and burn off some puppy energy. Didi is being fostered in Raymond NH and is availabe to be adopted anywhere in New England.  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Dorothy

Retrievers (All Types)

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Ella

Basenji

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit... show more

  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Elsa

Mixed Breed

Elsa is a 4 month old, 18 pound, mix rescued in Mississippi and we estimate that she will be a medium-sized dog when full grown. Elsa ha... show more

Elsa is a 4 month old, 18 pound, mix rescued in Mississippi and we estimate that she will be a medium-sized dog when full grown. Elsa has arrived to MA and is thriving in her foster home! Elsa loves to play with the other resident pup but can also entertain herself. She enjoys car rides and loves being outside. Elsa is a big snuggler and loves "love"! She is excelling at house breaking and a smart little pup and says her foster "someone is going to be very lucky to adopt her!" The full grown size of any of our dogs is an estimation based on a visual determination of their breed mix. 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 like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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. Their life depends on it! show less

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Foster

Terriers (Medium)

Foster is a 3 year old, 56 pound, sweet, goofy and handsome boy and just an all around great pup! He loves going for walks and is great... show more

Foster is a 3 year old, 56 pound, sweet, goofy and handsome boy and just an all around great pup! He loves going for walks and is great on leash, loves playing with the resident dog, thinks his yard is GREAT and tennis balls too! Though social, he's independent enough that he could be an only dog. Doggie Daycare may be a nice option for him to continue to socialize with other 4-legged friends. Foster LOVES kids and will make a nice family dog, but will do best with kiddos over 8 just due to his size. Foster lived in the country in Mississippi and though city living is new to him, he's adjusting very well and is content watching all the hustle and bustle around him. Foster is ready for his Forever. Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Frank

Terriers (Medium)

Frank, aka ? "Frank the Tank", Francis, Bubba, Handsome, Baby Boo, Sausage McStuffin. This meatball is a 60 pound, 1 year old, stunningl... show more

Frank, aka ? "Frank the Tank", Francis, Bubba, Handsome, Baby Boo, Sausage McStuffin. This meatball is a 60 pound, 1 year old, stunningly handsome, silver & white American Staffordshire Terrier. He has a big beautiful blocky head and his ice blue eyes will melt your heart. With the short stocky body of a linebacker, we consider him a professional wigglebutt as he can shake his caboose with the best of them. Frank is also now famous since his radio debut on Boston's WAAF as Monday's Mutt!  A local boy originating from Lawrence MA, Frank was first left alone for 3 months during the Lawrence/Andover gas explosions. Once his family returned, he was quickly in the middle of what was a Department Of Human Services disaster. After the removal of that household's children for the 3rd time, Frank was surrendered. This landed him a spot in the Lawrence pound and his options were bleak. A local animal behaviorist, who partners with SPR to evaluate dogs that need rescue, recommended we look at Frank. After a sad month at the pound, Frank is now ours and you'd never know he had such a rough start to life. This boy has the most jovial, friendly, outgoing personality and is very much still a puppy. Frank has recently started clicker training and is doing an incredible job. He is very treat motivated (hot dogs are a favorite) and he craves the approval of his people. He has currently mastered "sit", "down", "go to your mat", and "drop it"! He is also working on a new trick to impress his forever family! Frank wants to play with every dog he meets, and doesn't quite understand that not every dog wants to play with a Rugby player! He's a rough and tumble sort of guy, and would love a buddy with a similar play style. Frank needs a home with somebody who has large tank-dog experience, and a commitment to continue his positive reinforcement training as he continues to work towards great canine citizen status. Also, you must love giant sloppy kisses, his signature move! Frank is currently living in a home with two dogs and several cats and he is doing great! His foster parent says that he will need an owner that does not allow Frank to rule the roost and that Frank is a breed ambassador.  show less

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Freddie

Mixed Breed

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Grizzly

Husky

Meet Grizzly! This adorable Husky mix is a typical happy puppy and we estimate he will be a medium-sized boy when full grown - "mellow a... show more

Meet Grizzly! This adorable Husky mix is a typical happy puppy and we estimate he will be a medium-sized boy when full grown - "mellow and playful" says his foster! Grizzly is approx 10 weeks old and is settling in to his foster home in Georgetown MA, sleeps through the night in his crate, and already knows "sit" - he's a star! He is learning all about leash walking, is great with other dogs, and fantastic with kids. He balances all the play with his strong desire to be held and cuddled. This awesome family dog can be adopted anywhere in New England!  Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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

Black Mouth Cur

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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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Hank

Mixed Breed

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit t... show more

Sweet Paws Rescue does not operate like a traditional animal shelter and there are three ways to adopt from us. The first is to commit to a dog that has not yet transported to Massachusetts - essentially, adopting a dog before meeting in person. Because we have a unique Foster2Adopt™ program for all of our adoptions, there is two week trial to insure you've made a love connection with your new pup. The second way is to meet and then adopt one of our dogs already in Massachusetts and living in one of our foster homes. Thirdly, we host "meet & greets" throughout the year at various locations. Approved adopters may meet and then take their new pup home from that 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