We all love animals, but unfortunately, we can only own so many. Hundreds of animals on the SouthCoast are searching for their forever home, and thanks to Fun 107’s Wet Nose Wednesday, some of those animals have gone home for good.

Our work is not done, and with the help of local shelters, our mission to get as many pets adopted as possible continues. This week, help us find Pretzel her permanent family.

Pretzel is a one-year-old beagle puppy that is just as silly as she is cute. She loves everyone she meets, but she is still a puppy, so her new family will have to prepare for all the training that accompanies a puppy.

Pretzel is currently living at Forever Paws Animal Shelter in Fall River and loves to make friends with humans and other animals.

The shelter recommends Pretzel attend obedience class. She’s vocal at times, could use some work on a leash, and still likes to chew on basically everything, but with a little attention and boundaries, Pretzel will make the perfect family pet.

Pretzel has a lot of energy and will do best with children that are at least 10 years of age. A fenced-in yard is a huge plus, so she can get rid of some of that energy.

Pretzel is fixed, up to date with vaccines, and microchipped. She is ready to go home.

If you are interested in meeting Pretzel the beagle puppy, contact Forever Paws Animal Shelter through their website and be sure to follow them on Facebook.

Forever Paws Animal Shelter

300 Lynwood Street, Fall River

(508) 677-9154

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