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Adoptables at the Newark Humane Society – Part 2

I didn’t mention it in part 1 so I’d like to start off by saying a huge THANK YOU to all the volunteers who helped me out and kept things running smoothly last Sunday.  We photographed almost 50 adoptables!  It’s a long day but these volunteers worked tirelessly, always making sure a couple dogs or cats were on deck, so there was no time wasted.  Couldn’t have done it without you guys, and all the support from Newark.

Summer is such a high intake time for the shelter that these dogs really need out, whether as fosters or adopted.  They are such amazing dogs!  Stay tuned for Batch 3 (yep, we took a lot of photos!) and here is batch 1 if you missed it.


Rosa Mae’s eyes just break my heart. This poor momma was overbred but still as gentle as could be. Loves belly scratches and seems to get along with male dogs.


Rosa Mae as a beautiful big pittie smile


adoptable dog at newark pit bull

Tilly is a really special lady. She was adopted out last month but returned for a medical condition which is being investigated. Tilly had a taste of freedom and is wishing for a permanent home, but in the meantime is enjoying lots of love and attention from the folks at the shelter.


Tilly is getting some behind the scenes loves from a Amy, one of the volunteers.


This was the second time I got to say hi to Molly – she went on the GoogleServe walk a few weeks ago. Great with other dogs, she is a love bug.


China is a beautiful lady with one blue eye and one light green. She was surrendered with “White faced b****” written on her information form. 🙁 Now she has a beautiful new name and is waiting on her life to start with a wonderful new family!


China is both beautiful and silly!


Robin and Snickers (another dog I photographed last year at the Newark Humane Society) need to get together because then they would have a baby dog with two eye brows! Snicker had one on the opposite side of his face. 🙂 ID# 124000


Robin is a happy lady!



KITTEN BREAK!! These four cuties pies are temporarily staying in a volunteers home so their wee little bodies won’t fall sick in the shelter environment. They will be up for adoption soon!


Up next is LENA, ID# 124764, with another big pittie smile!


Cindy’s sweet and soulful eyes say it all. ID#124189


Damsel is thinking about her prince charming who must be on his way to save her! ID# 124923


Damsel not in distress because she is a happy lady.


Maylah is sure to break your heart. This poor soul wasn’t eating well but has since been moved into the shelter office so everyone can give her lots of love, keep an eye on her and make sure she eats. She is doing better already.


Maylah’s mom, Cleo, is doing much better than her puppers. She says, ‘food? where? I’ll eat it!’


Of course, she is worried about her little baby.


Maylah and mommy, sure to steal your heart and soul.


Cinnamon is a silly girl. She kinda reminds me of Elke Vogelsang’s dogs.


A striking beauty.

Okey doke, now stay tuned for Batch three with more cats and another new background color!

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  • Lisa Wolf - beautiful photography! really captures the sweetness and spirit of each dog.ReplyCancel

  • Jody Sadowski - Love all the photographs of all the beautiful dogs. I am not ready to adopt as of yet. Still not over the loss of my sweet Jack Russell who we lost back in Oct 2013, he was only 12. A mass in his one lung. He was my world. Someday I will love another.ReplyCancel

  • Beth Fletcher Lucas - Stunning photos

  • Jack Wagon - Cinnamon, Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Stephen Hayden - Oh how I love those pibbles, so darn pretty all of them, hope they find great, SAFE, happy homes soon.ReplyCancel

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