A New Leash on Life Program Presents

May is one of those dogs that it is hard to determine a breed. Maybe Hound, spots like a Dalmation, a great mixture of whatever.  A very nice looking spayed female dog. She is about two years old and weighs 35 lbs. She is affectionate, full of energy, loves other dogs and can play for hours. She is a happy girl and loves to meet people.  She would be great in a family with children and another dog to play with. May will put a smile on your face watching her have fun.

May is currently in the New Leash on Life program at the Craven Correctional Institution in Vanceboro. When she graduates on July 18th, she will be housebroken, crate trained, leash trained and have basic obedience skills. She will be a happy girl when you and your family attend graduation and take her home.

Charlee is a beautiful fawn colored, spayed female Shepherd/Lab mix less than a year old.  She weighs about 35 lbs. She is great with children, other dogs and cats. She can be a little timid when you first meet her but warms up quickly. She still has a lot of puppy in her so she needs a home where she can burn off that energy in a constructive way. She is a great family dog.

Charlee is currently in the New Leash on Life program at the Craven Correctional Institution. Her inmate trainer is working with her on crate training, leash training and basic obedience skills. She is already housebroken. Charlee would make a great addition to some lucky family’s home when she graduates on July 18th. Give me a call to discuss this pretty girl.

How can you resist this face? Jax is a happy, adorable Bichon Frise with personality plus. He is about 3 years old and weighs 18.5 lbs. He loves to cuddle, go for walks and ride in the car. Although he has been shaved down, when grown out, he is a real fluff ball and will require grooming. The biggest thing you can say about Jax is that he is SMART.  He loves to play with his toys and will play fetch as long as you are willing to throw and then he will play catch all by himself. He would do well in a family with another dog for companionship or by himself if the new owner can provide an outlet for his energy. Not a good dog for small children.

Jax is currently in the New Leash on Life program at the Craven Correctional Institution where he is brushing up on his obedience skills. He is crate trained and housebroken. Jax will be ready for his new home on July 18th at graduation.

If you would like to meet May, Charlee, or Jax, it is necessary to complete an application found on www.palsforpaws.org and email it or call Bonnie at 252-638-2358.

Submitted by: Bonnie Compton, President, Pals for Paws

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