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Code: BFT2022

Pearl (foster-to-adopt)   

In shelter Dog

East Hanover, NJ, 07936
Pet name:
Pearl (foster-to-adopt)
Labrador Retriever
Brown / Chocolate
Pearl embodies everything that is puppy. This high energy gal is anxiously waiting to find her forever home. Help us get her out of here! She loves to play, especially with toys and will become so excited. Itโ€™s the cutest thing. She has loved all people so far, and will happily greet them with a tail wag and a wiggle. Pearl is a candidate for a family of all ages, as long as all members are comfortable with her puppy play and energy levels. Pearl is eager to learn and is looking for a family to help guide her in being the best (behaved) pup around! If you are interested in meeting Pearl, please call the shelter at 973-386-0590 and request an appointment.

We ensure all of the animals adopted through our shelter are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered.

If you love animals but cannot adopt, sponsoring an animal in our care is a meaningful way to help support the good work we do. For as little as $20 per month, you can sponsor a shelter pet and help pay for the cost of their care while they stay at the shelter. Secure your sponsorship online at
Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter (973) 386-0590


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