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Greater New York/New Jersey Scottie Rescue

Diamond Sees Love

IN THE December 1 ISSUE

FROM THE 2018 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures,
andLee Juslin

by Lee Juslin

Diamond, at eight years old, found herself in the very busy, noisy, and crowded New York City Animal Shelter when her elderly owner became sick and could no longer care for her.


by Lee Juslin

The General, a Terrier mix, is only two years old and on the petite side weighing in at about eight pounds. Like most Terriers, he thinks of himself as a big dog and wants to be the alpha, but he is not aggressive.


by Lee Juslin

Dougal came into Greater New York/New Jersey Scottie Rescue at about seven years old.
His luck with finding a forever home had not been good. Dougal was turned into a shelter by his first owner but then adopted by a couple who owned a farm; not a working farm but a kind of a gentlemen’s farm. There were a number of various animals on the farm and sometimes Dougal was attacked or bullied.


by Lee Juslin

Muffie’s road to rescue was a familiar one. Owned by an older lady with no children, Muffie was left alone when her owner died. What family there was, didn’t want Muffie, so she was turned into Scottie Rescue.


by Lee Juslin

Lylee is a seven-year-old Wheaten Scottie that started life in a Kansas puppy mill. She had her first and only litter at a young age, and as is often the case, she was not a good mom.


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