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Bred, Then Abandoned, Anne May Deserves a New Home

The New Rochelle Humane Society is open seven days a week.

From the New Rochelle Humane Society:

Anne May is one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet—gentle, affectionate and great with other dogs! She was initially very frightened when she first arrived at our shelter.

Apparently bred several times, Anne May was abandoned by her owner. Day by day, she has blossomed into a dog who you will fall head over heels for at first sight! You can meet this dog today—we are open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Contact the New Rochelle Humane Society for more information. They are located at 70 Portman Rd. in New Rochelle. Their phone number is 914-632-2925.

mary gadomski January 17, 2012 at 01:25 PM
My famiy adopted two full bred cairns terriors, rescued from puppy mills. They were so frighten at first, but 6 months later, they are so affectionate and devoted to the whole family,the Best!
Tina Bellino January 17, 2012 at 03:16 PM
Thank you for this article on the need to adopt pets. I have been volunteering at the former Elmsford Animal Shelter, now called Pets Alive Westchester. Michael, would you be willing to write an article on some of the dogs in Elmsford since it is so close to us in Tarrytown? There are wonderful dogs available, one of whom I am fostering while trying to find her a "forever home". They have a wish list of items that can be dropped off anytime. It is also only a one hour orientation now (on a Saturday at 10 am), to be able to walk dogs. One has to be over 18, but younger kids can walk with their parent! Thanks so much for spreading the word.

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