I met Hailey on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 and she was adorable. She looked very friendly. I went up to her cage and she jumped up and was wagging her tail. You could tell she was very unhappy being in a cage. She made really sad puppy dog eyes. When we took her out into a room, she lit up with excitement! She was so happy to be with people. Hailey loves to cuddle. I can’t be on my phone or laptop, or iPad. She comes over and lays on my laptop. I have never met a dog more people-friendly than her. She is always the highlight of my day — coming home to someone who is happy to see you. When my brother and I adopted her she was already very well trained. The only thing not likable is her motion sickness, but I don’t care, I love her anyway!!!!!!!!
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We adopted little bear about a year know and he still is very nervous around people he doesn’t know, but once he gets to know you he’s a love. He has brought life back into my other dog who lost his best friend way too soon. They have really become buddy’s and he has become part of our family. We love him very much. He loves going camping every weekend. We give him something for the ride and he’s just now getting very happy when we tell him he’s going in the car. Bear has been some work, but we love him.
The first time we saw ” Boone ” We knew we wanted him. We renamed him Rocky. He loves to sleep, eat, and run. He goes nuts sometimes too. He loves bones too. He is an awesome dog.
For years, my husband and I had known we would probably get a dog for our family of four, but we were reluctant to promise our two children, since we already had cats, a rabbit and fish! But we longed for a dog, and on one January day so snowy that all schools were cancelled, my 10-year-old daughter and I began browsing the NEAS website, as we sometimes did. We saw a puppy from Tennessee named “Missy” featured on the site, and my eyes watered. I said to my daughter, “take the laptop upstairs and show Dad.” She did, and I heard him say, “Start the car!” The kids were confused, and delighted, and hopeful. We drove through the blizzard and were the only people at NEAS (which was, miraculously, open for business!). We asked to see “Missy,” who came into the playroom with us and snuggled right in my lap. I cried. We had to do it! We adopted her that day, buying our supplies right at NEAS, and making it the most memorable snowstorm of all of our lives. We renamed our new puppy “Daisy,” and she has changed our lives for the better. We laugh at her funny antics every day, and we adore that sweet temper that hasn’t changed since the day she snuggled into my lap.
We adopted Sadie on October 12 and it already feels like she has been a part of our family forever! I simply cannot get over how perfect she is for us. She is now 4 months old, a snuggler, and just about as lovable as we could hope for! She has brought fun and companionship with her and I can’t picture life without her in our family. She is truly a blessing! Thank you so much to all the wonderful staff and volunteers at NEAS for the very important work that they do. And for helping us find our newest little family member! We love her!
My mom and I went to the shelter to find a playmate for our other cat, Shubert. Hunington got liver failure and my family had to put him down. We were looking for a cat named Riley who we saw on the website, but he got adopted. Then we noticed Sylvester. It was a match made in heaven!
We adopted Patches in January 2013. We needed new dog to start our life in our new house. Patches makes it a home. She lives to snuggle, give kisses and lay in the sun. She picked us,. She was kissing me through the kennel and I knew she was the one. I thought I was peer pressuring my other half into getting a dog. After playing with her in the yard he said, “She is coming home with us today,” and she did. Everyday we learn from each other. I learn things about me, her and life on a daily basis. Yhe unconditional love is amazing. She is my first dog and I love her so much. My life is now about walks in the woods, trips to the dog park and making doggie friends. The day we brought her home was one of the best days of my life. My life is filled with so much love!! Thank you Northeast for letting me take home my best friend!
My family adopted TeTe and she is such a great dog and a perfect fit for our family. She loves to play, cuddle and give lots of kisses. She has mostly attached herself to my 9 year old daughter. Here’s a picture of the day we adopted her. I want to say that the Northeast Animal is a wonderful place. They took the time to help us find the right pet. The staff are caring, they answered all of our questions. And we are hoping to eventually adopt again and add another furry friend.
Saturday, November 30th, 2013 – You are cordially invited to a fundraiser at Five Below, 444 Broadway, Saugus, MA 01906! The best place to get hot stuff, cool prices, and raise money for Northeast Animal Shelter. When you present our coupon, Five Below will donate 10% of you purchases to help save more pets! Click here to print your coupon and share with friends!
Thursday, December 12th, 2013 – Come support Northeast Animal Shelter at the Dough Raiser at Uno, 970 Paradise Road, Swampscott, MA 01907. Whether you are dining in or looking for take-out, when you present our coupon on Dec 12th, Uno will donate up to 20% of your check to help save more pets! Click here to print your coupon and share with friends!