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Wednesday’s Pet is ACE

Wednesday’s Pet for 08/02/17 ACE        Featured Pet: Ace Rescue Group: St. Mary’s Animal Welfare League (SMAWL) Breed: Yorkie Sex: Male Size: Small Vetted: Neutered and Up-to-date with routine shots Adoption Fee: $250.00 Ace is a mature, purebred Yorkie.  He is good with kids but will do best in a home where he is the only dog.  He is intelligent, eager to please and learns quickly.  Ace can be possessive of his toys but never food.  He is highly motivated by treats and knows many basic commands.  Ace loves to go on long walks and is crate trained although currently sleeps in the human bed at night for 7-8 hours.  He will let you know when he needs to go outside.  Ace will make a wonderful companion. If you are interested in Ace, please download the application HERE. Email it to: smawl@ya...

Puppy Found Wrapped in plastic bag is a Teacup Yorkie

Josh Miller was hurrying into the Fortinos supermarket at Lawrence Square Tuesday afternoon when he noticed there was something “yelping” from inside a nearby garbage can. As he approached the can, he realized the noise was coming from a plastic bag. At first, he thought it may have been a raccoon or a squirrel. “I saw that the bag was kind of moving,” Miller said in an interview. “I was a little freaked out.” He attempted to free the animal and found it was wrapped in five separate plastic bags, each one tightly knotted. It was around 3 p.m. on Tuesday — with the temperature nearing 30 C — and the bags felt “boiling hot.” Once Miller tore through them, he found a three-month old Yorkshire Terrier inside. The female puppy was dehydrated, on t...

Abandoned puppy with broken legs found at Pittsburgh animal shelter is recovering after surgery

An 11-week-old old Yorkie puppy is recovering from surgery after being found abandoned with two broken legs at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society on the North Side. Pins were inserted into the dog, now named Laney, to help her legs heal. Officials said the type of break she suffered is typical of a jump or a fall. Dr. Anthony Pardo, who performed the surgery, said Laney will wear splints for four to five weeks. “During that time, she’s going to be crate-confined, have bandage changes, and hopefully she will be adoptable after that,” Pardo said Thursday. Anyone who wants to adopt Laney should contact the Humane Society at www.wpahumane.org or 412-321-4625. Laney was coming out of sedation when she was found Tuesday, according to the shelter. Officials believe the type...

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