H.O.P.E. Pets for Adoption

DoraDora is a small (~ 15 lbs) Corgi/Chihuahua mix. This mature lady is seeking a new home because she outlived her human. She is such a love! She enjoys attention and being petted, but is not demanding; she is quite calm & reserved. Dora is crate trained and very well behaved. She gets along with other gentle dogs and seemed unfazed in the presence of cats. Her deafness is no problem for her, though since you can't call her, she should not be off leash unless fenced in. She may startle if she doesn't see you coming, but that is easily avoided with a little courtesy.

Dora is spayed and up to date on all of her shots. Her adoption fee would be waived for a qualified senior adopter (65+yrs).

To more information on, or to visit, Dora, please call Jeanette at 518-932-9155 or email netties1960@aol.com.


GabbyGabby is a spayed, ~ 4 year old Chihuahua who is up to date on her shots. She is very submissive and good with other dogs. Gabby's foster says, "She is precious. Very adoring and loving. Gabby is definitely paper trained and goes outside too."




MumMum is a spayed ~ 2-year old female who is up to date on all her shots. Mum is very friendly and gets very excited to see her people (could be you!). She is ok with other cats, though she can be a bit grumpy with them. She and her 3 babies (Tippy, adoptable HOPE cat, is one of her babies) were rescued from living in a store parking lot. Beautiful Mum deserves a safe and loving home.


AbbeyAbbey is a sweetheart and loves to be petted. She's a beautiful gray long-haired cat with a bit of white hair on her chest, belly and 4 paws. She is healthy, spayed and up to date in all her vaccinations. Abbey is approximately 2 years old. She likes to jump up on the kitchen counter at times but has been responding very well to a little spritz of water to keep her off. She is generally a calm cat and would be a great addition to any loving household.

For more information, please contact HOPE at 518-428-2994 or for online Adoption Applications, visit www.hopeanimalrescue.org


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