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Westport Dogs Need Loving Families

WESTPORT, Conn. – If you're looking for the perfect four-legged companion to complement your family, look no further. Several dogs are available for adoption through Westport Animal Shelter Advocates and Westport Animal Control.

Among the adoptees is Brady, a 1 1/2-year-old male American pit bull terrier. Brady was found running along Interstate 95 and was taken in by Westport Animal Control, where he received weekly training lessons. Brady is said to enjoy walks, playing in the snow and getting his ears scratched. He's known to fall asleep standing up.

Brady would probably do well with other big playful dogs. He has been vaccinated and neutered. If you'd like to meet Brady, call 203-341-5076 to schedule to schedule an appointment.

Also available is Pepper, a female Pomeranian-papillion mix who's about 3-years-old. A new resident of Westport Animal Control, Pepper is described as an active, affectionate dog who loves to be held. She appears to be housebroken. Pepper also seems to have separation issues, so a home where she will not be left alone for prolonged periods of time is ideal. To schedule a time to meet Pepper in person, call 203-341-5076.

Bama, a 1-year-old, female Staffie-bulldog-boxer mix, also seeks a permanent family. She is being fostered by a Westport Animal Shelter Advocate volunteer. Bama is described as a sweet, smart pup who learned basic commands like "sit," "down" and "paw" in two days. Like Brady, she is said to have enjoyed the recent snow. Although she has not been around cats, Bama is getting along with the two Chihuahuas she lives with. For more information about Bama, send an email to or call 203-557-0361.

Finally, there's Prince, a 4-year-old, male miniature pinscher who's living at Westport Animal Control. He is described as an affectionate fellow and said to love chest rubs. He may come across "a bit huffy and puffy when you first meet him" but quickly bonds after a walk and a treat. Anyone interested in giving Prince a second chance at a better life should call 203-341-5076 to schedule a time to meet him.

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