This sweet girl, named Nola, needs to know that someone is willing to KEEP her.

(Photo courtesy of Wag On Inn)

Wag On Inn reached out to us this morning out of sheer desperation for our help in finding this 1-year-old Terrier/Pit mix because the volunteers says it is breaking their heart that this wonderful young dog has gotten shuffled around without anyone able to keep her permanently.

Nola was found as a stray in Louisiana and was brought to NJ to try and find her a forever home. But, instead, she has been bounced around in SEVEN homes in only FIVE weeks.

In these past weeks, the good news is that she has been treated for heartworm and tapeworm.

But this poor girl has not even had a chance to decompress. She needs someone not to give up on her! Some who is an experienced dog owner willing to give her the time and patience she deserves.

Because now that Nola has been shuffled around so much, she is becoming fearful of new people. The bottom line is that she needs time in one place to learn that she is safe and won't be rejected again.

The shelter volunteers are pleading with you, saying Nola deserves a chance! They say she is especially great with women. The shelter volunteers believe that when Nola was in Louisiana she may have had a litter of puppies and gotten thrown out on the street because of that.

Knowing all of this, there must be someone out there who will tell Nola that she is good enough to deserve the unconditional ove she so desperately needs...forever and ever.

CLICK HERE for Nola!

Wag On Inn is a non-profit animal rescue group made up of dedicated volunteers, mostly located in Monmouth County, and focused on rehoming dogs and cats of all ages and sizes.  Their dogs come from shelters in the local area and the south, owner surrenders in the area, and from rescues in Puerto Rico.

Wag On Inn does not have a shelter facility; their dogs are kept in private foster homes primarily in Monmouth and northern Ocean counties, with just a few in boarding if necessary.  Their cats are kept in private homes and at PetCo in Eatontown and PetValu in Shrewsbury, where volunteers feed them and play with them daily.

As part of the rehoming process, they work with their animals to rehabilitate them as necessary, including socializing them with other animals and with people. They spay/neuter and microchip all of their animals before adoption, and ensure that they are up-to-date with vaccines. Their pets receive all the love, care, and medications they need until they find their forever homes.

The fostered animals are evaluated to see what type of a home they would do best in, based on energy level, temperament, and training needed. They try to match them to the best possible home that they feel would be appropriate for each companion. If for any reason, an adoption does not work out, or the adopter can no longer care for their companion, Wag On Inn requests that you contact them first to see if they can help you keep your animal or discuss ways to find a new home.

 

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