Two Adorable Hound Puppies Making their Way to Massachusetts!

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In a heartwarming tale of resilience and hope, two ten-month-old Hound mix puppies, Weston and Worth, are on a journey to find their forever home in Massachusetts. These adorable siblings, part of a litter of six, experienced early abandonment when their owner came back for their mother but left them behind, separating them from their loving parents.

Great Dog Rescue New England (GDRNE) stepped in to assist these abandoned pups, who had been living at a vet clinic since they were eight weeks old. One sibling found a home, and another rescue group took in two more, leaving Weston and Worth still searching for a loving family.

GDRNE, a dedicated rescue organization, has been working tirelessly to give these dogs a chance at a better life. Acknowledging the challenges they’ve faced, GDRNE stated, “It is heartbreaking to know that they have lived in kennels at a vet clinic since they were only 8 weeks old. But we are hoping to change that very quickly!”

As of January 20, 2024, Weston and Worth, both ten-month-old Hound mix pups, weigh around 25 pounds each. Despite their initial shyness, they have been adapting well to meeting new people at the rescue center.

Weston has a brown/chocolate and white/cream coat, while Worth boasts a striking brown/chocolate coloring. Both pups are neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations, ensuring their well-being is a top priority for GDRNE.

Prospective adopters interested in providing Weston and Worth with a loving home can fill out the adoption application form available on the GDRNE website. This opportunity is extended to individuals aged 24 or older residing in New England, New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania.

GDRNE also encourages potential adopters to consider fostering, emphasizing the ongoing demand for fosters to make a significant difference in the lives of these pups. More information on fostering can be found on the GDRNE official website.

Despite their challenging start, Weston and Worth are making progress, showcasing their intelligence and adaptability. GDRNE notes that, while still young, they are excelling in crate, leash, and housebreaking skills.

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“These boys are ready to know what it is like to run and play with a family that loves them and would never abandon them. And we know they will dazzle you and win you over very quickly!” exclaims GDRNE.

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