PRNE’s 17th Annual Barbecue

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Please join us Saturday, August 12th at the Maspenock Club in Milford, MA. The fun starts at 1 pm all dogs, adults and children are welcome! Events include BBQ, a silent auction, games, 50/50 raffle, cash bar, photos and music … Continued


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Meet Chispo…a tiny blind and toothless 3 1/2 pound poodle who was abandoned in an isolated area by some heartless person. Luckily this defenseless nugget was found by a good samaritan who saved him from a bleak future. Chispo was … Continued


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About Me: Mini | Age: 14 years | Gender: Female When Ashley came into rescue she was so sad, confused, and scared. The past year brought many changes for her but the biggest was a move into an assisted living … Continued


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About Me: 9.5 pounds | Age: 4 year old| Gender: Male ADOPTION PENDING! Walking down the red carpet today we have Dyson, the Romeo of Poodles (well, poodle-mixes)!  He will charm the pants off you with his Paul Newman eyes … Continued


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About Me: 6 pounds | Age: 12 years old | Gender: Female Buttercup was brought to the shelter because her family wasn’t able to care for her.  After a much needed grooming, she bloomed into a beautiful Buttercup! Buttercup is … Continued

Cherie and Mimi

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About Us: 5 lbs each | Age: 12 years each | Gender: Females Meet Cherie and Mimi. These two 12-year-old, five-pound toys find themselves in rescue because their elderly mother went into a nursing home. They have been fully vetted … Continued


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About Me: 12 lbs | 11 years | Male Meet Hancock, he’s a sweetheart! This adorable little guy was found wandering the streets and was picked up by the shelter who reached out to us to take him. Once in … Continued


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About Me: 13lbs | 8 yrs | Male Pierre’s mother moved into an apartment that didn’t accept dogs so Pierre went to live with her son. For three months the son wasn’t giving Pierre his medication needed to control his … Continued

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