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Onion Ring Lonestar   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey, ...
Pet name:
Onion Ring Lonestar
Border Collie, Terrier, Mixed
White with Black
Coat length:
Onion Ring was adopted as a young puppy but is now being returned to us because the family didn't realize just how much work is involved with raising a puppy. The last few photoss were from his previous post. He is now about 5 months old and a total love, great with kids and other dogs. 

Onion is a very sweet puppy, so smart, and he is great with the kids. He loves to go for walks at the park although he is fearful of paths near the road or when the lawn care folks are working noisily nearby. As you can see in his video, Onion loves his toys and will even bring them to you!

Onion ring is a great family pet who was even learning how to behave around the elderly cat in his former home.  He does well around other dogs although he does get very excited but then he's only a puppy! We hope he will soon find a new home where he will receive the training and attention a puppy needs to grow into a wonderful adult dog!

If you'd like Onion to become part of your family, please apply to adopt ONION RING LONESTAR at!






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