Meet Some Loving Adoptable Dogs Who Are Looking For Their Furever Homes; Here Are WAN’s Rescues Of The Week!

Below are some of this week’s loving adoptable dogs who have been saved by Peace 4 Animals’ partner The Animal Rescue Mission (ARM), and are in need of finding their loving forever homes.

Lady – She is adorable, extremely playful and loves belly rubs.

Panda – He is one tough puppy yet very loving and playful.

Charlie – He is independent and likes to do his own thing but has an adorable disposition.

Simba – He is a little angel, loves to play and is very gentle.

All of these puppies are ready to find a loving forever home, they are great with other dogs and kids.

If you are interested in adopting any of these beautiful rescue puppies, please email: 

info@theanimalrescuemission.org

ARM will be having a dog adoption event this Saturday, February 8th, at Petco 12800 Ventura Blvd. Studio City, CA, 91604 between 12PM – 2PM.

The Animal Rescue Mission, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that focuses on rescuing homeless and abused dogs, cats, and farm animals in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. They also work to save animals from the rampant dog meat trade throughout Asia. They have outreach programs for local schools and communities to raise awareness about being compassionate towards all animals.

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