BOSTON (CBS) -- Two dogs up for adoption from Pittie Love Rescue--and one who needs a lot of help--were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Bowie is a two-year-old Pitt who came to Pittie Love from MSPCA-Angell as an owner-surrender. He's great with kids and dogs. This lovable boy is strong, but calm--and loves his walks!
Tony is four years old, and was a stray found in Malden. He's an absolute cuddle-bug who loves to give lots of kisses! He's good with children and great on a leash, and is good with submissive, female dogs.
Wanda was on the Pet Parade a few months ago--but she's now suffering from an aggressive form of cancer. The seven-year-old Pit is currently on hospice, and veterinarians say she may only have a few months to live. Pittie Love is trying to raise money to cover her expensive surgery, and the treatments she needs to feel better.
For more information about adopting Bowie or Tony, or helping out with Wanda's care, visit pittieloverescue.org.
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