Patch Pets: Meet Midge

Here's a beautiful dog that needs a forever home.

This lovely lady is Midge. Midge is a senior doggie who was turned into us as a stray. We estimate her to be about nine years young. 

She has a lovely disposition. Her tail wags 24/7 and she tries to make friends with the dogs that she meets at the shelter. (Doggie intros are always required if she is to be adopted into a home that already has dogs, just to be sure that everyone will get along). 

Although we can’t be sure, she shows signs that she may be house-broken. Midge is a little older, but she is very sweet and has lots of love to give. If you are thinking of adopting a doggie friend who already knows the ropes, please consider Midge. She will be a good companion for some lucky family.

If you'd like to inquire about this pet, please email adoptions@animalrescue.org or come to the at 6620 Hamilton Ave., in East Liberty, or call 412-661-6452. 

The shelter is open for adoptions Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday through Monday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If you’ve been thinking about adding a feline member or two to your family, now is the time. There is no set adoption fee for cats over the age of six months and you can adopt two kittens for $49.99.  Remember, all of our pets are spayed/neutered and microchipped.


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