Belly (Northeast only)
Belly (Northeast only)
Belly (Northeast only)
Belly (Northeast only)
Belly (Northeast only)
Belly (Northeast only)

Belly (Northeast only)

Altered No
Weight 19 lbs
Age 4 months
Good w/ Kids Older kids
Good w/Cats Yes
Good w/ Other Dogs Yes
Potty Trained Very close!
Crate Trained Yes
Apts OK?


My Story

This gorgeous sweetheart Belly. She is a 16-week-old mixed-breed dog looking for the chance to feel safe, loved, and become a member of your family. After a very rough start in her short life, Belly is cautiously optimistic and ready to explore the good things this big world has to offer. Belly and her 2 siblings were found alone, surviving off a dumpster and living under an abandoned house before being rescued and transported to New England. She has been living with humans for a month now, nursed back to health, and is ready to run, play, and lay in the sun! Belly is a beauty, but is still growing out of her shyness and getting used to being approached. She does love to be petted and have her tummy rubbed, but is very cautious of people and needs a dedicated family to show her that snuggles are everything!

Belly needs an adopter who will be very patient with her, as she becomes independent from her siblings and learns to love her new human(s)! Building Belly’s social confidence and allowing her time to decompress is a must while she goes through another transition, but with patience and support she will be tail-wagging and ready to please, and a quick learner. Belly has come a long way and is truly ready to learn what it means to feel unconditional love.

Belly currently weighs 19 lbs is people friendly, dog friendly, cat friendly, and crate trained. She’s working on her potty training and doing very well & would thrive in a home with a fenced in yard. She will need leash training and someone ready to take on the highs and lows of puppy raising! Belly is up-to-date on all vetting and ready for her forever family in New England!!

Belly will require a patient and dedicated home to work on her social confidence and bond with humans. Other animals are fine in the home, but small children are not ideal as she is easily spooked and needs dedicated time to learn to trust humans.

Belly is being fostered in CT and is available for adoption in the northeast.