3 little pups sure to steal hearts

Published On: Jan 30 2013 05:03:27 PM EST
Updated On: Jan 28 2013 09:25:00 PM EST
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Three new faces are looking for a home this week. Can you give them the love they deserve?

Meet Scrappy Doo!

Scrappy is a 9-month-old Jack Russell Terrier mix, who weighs 33 pounds and might grow a bit larger before it’s all said and done.

This smart pup loves to play and get your attention, but when it’s time to settle down, you’ll have a nice furry ball on your feet.

Come meet him today! The adoption fee includes sterilization, age-appropriate vaccinations, the MHS Adoption Guarantee and much more.

For more information on adding Scrappy to your family visit or call the MHS Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care at (248) 852-7420 and provide the pet ID number, 738847.

Photo courtesy Heidi Waeschle-Gabel.

Say hello to Pixie!

 

This 6-year-old Rat Terrier mix weighs just 5 pounds – the perfect size to curl up in your lap and take a snooze.

This cuddle bug just loves being with her people. She’s as tiny as her heart is large. When you meet her, you could just have a friend for life.

The adoption fee includes sterilization, age-appropriate vaccinations, the MHS Adoption Guarantee and much more.

For more information on Pixie, visit orcall the MHS Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care at (248) 852-7420 and provide the pet ID number, 738086.

Photo courtesy Heidi Waeschle-Gabel.

Meet Marlo!

This 4-year-old Boston Terrier/Chihuahua mix named Marlo, weighs 12 pounds and two months ago, had a litter of puppies!

She’s well recovered now and ready to meet her new forever family. Playful and energetic, she’ll try to climb up you in order to get a pet.Come meet this sweet girl today!

The adoption fee includes sterilization, age-appropriate vaccinations, the MHS Adoption Guarantee and much more.

For more information on Marlo, visit or call the MHS Detroit Center for Animal Care at (313) 872-3400 and provide the pet ID number, 739108.

Photo courtesy Gabi Vannini.

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