Thursday, May 15, 2014
Meet Max, he is a four-year-old Puggle (beagle pug mix). He is super sweet and friendly and loves children and other dogs.
He is house broken and crate trained and walks well on a leash. He will give you endless love and devotion and simply needs a chance at his forever home.
This is Gretchen, she is approximately three-years-old and is a three-legged Jack Russel mix weighing 23 pounds. She was found abandoned with a badly broken leg that had to be removed.
However, as with most tri-pods, it hasn’t stopped her or slowed her down. She is in a foster home where she is learning her doggie good manners, and is already house broken and crate trained.
Due to her disability, she would do better in a home with older children. Won’t you find it in your heart to offer her a chance at the life she deserves.
This is Mack, a one-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier mix with beautiful brindle coloring.
He is favorite activity is running with his friends in the dog park. He also loves children and has a super personality. He is looking for his forever family and hopes that they have a fenced in backyard for him to run til he drops.
Coastal Animal Rescue of Murrells Inlet has many animals seeking new homes. For more information about adoption, please call Coastal Animal Resuce at 843-652-0196. Again thank you for your support.
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