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In shelter Dog

Nashville, TN, 37206
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
No more hunger for Harley and Haddie!
These two starving pups were rescued during a drug bust. Now free from their miserable lives behind the house, where all they had to eat was paper, these sweeties are so appreciative of the love and care of their new foster home. 
Harley, the handsome brown boy, is a shy little lap dog, while beautiful black Haddie has a bit more confidence. They are great listeners and mind very well. Both are making amazing progress with potty training, and they sleep quietly all night long in their kennel. 
The memory of starvation will eventually fade, but for now, Harley and Haddie enjoy heading straight for the garden to eat tomatoes off the vine. They also love sliced watermelon!
These happy and healthy babies, only about four months old, are wonderful around people and other dogs. They are calm and attentive and ready to learn the ways of their new homes and families.


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