Megan Newark   

In shelter Dog

Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey, U...
White with Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Megan Newark
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Hi, my name is Megan and I'm a 12-year-old Pekingese.  I don’t know why my dad decided he didn’t have time for me anymore and left me at the Newark Shelter. Maybe it’s because I don’t see well anymore because my eyes were damaged from untreated Glaucoma, but I get around just fine and only need eye drops twice a day. Or maybe it’s because I don’t hear well anymore because of a growth blocking my ear that was never treated and can’t be treated now because surgery would be too invasive, but I can hear some things. I also hadn’t been spayed so when the vet spayed me last month he found an unidentified mammary mass. Surgery is not recommended because of my age.  But it doesn’t bother me at all.   Although I haven’t figured out how to ask to go out, if you take me out regularly I will do my business outside. I get along well with my foster sister but not sure about cats. I would love to find a new forever home with someone who can love and accept me as I am, which is a very sweet, loving, affectionate furry soul.  I love wandering in the yard, exploring in the house but my favorite thing is snuggling in my bed.  Can you find room in your heart and home for me? Please? If you'd like to meet sweet little Megan and give her a place in your life, please fill out an application at and be sure to ask for MEGAN NEWARK!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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