Each week The Record Newspapers features a pet, or pets of the week for adoption through local shelters and rescue organizations. This week’s pets are again rescues from Pups in Peril.

Outlaw Outlaw is a goofy, happy go lucky pup. He is up to date on his vaccines and neutered and ready for a forever home. Outlaw would do best in a home without other dogs since he has somewhat of an alpha personality. He is also not very considerate when it comes to small children when he gets excited he has a tendency to knock them down

Daisy Daisy is one of the Boxer mix puppies that was rescued last week. She and her brother Duke are both doing great at their foster home. They have received their first round of puppy shots and have been treated for round and hookworms. Daisy is a spunky little girl that would not mind moving into a forever home.

Ginger is still available for adoption. She is about 12 weeks old and a typical Lab pup. She has had two sets of puppy shots so far and will be spayed as soon as she is old enough to do so. Ginger is one of four pups that were abandoned in a cardboard box on the property of a elderly man in Pinehurst so they ended up at Pinehurst Shelter from there they went home with a volunteer for foster. Three of the four pups found loving, forever homes and only sweet little Ginger is still trying to find hers, so we made her part of the Pups In Peril crew to help her with that task. Ginger

If you are interested in making one of these puppies a part of your family, please contact Pups In Peril and fill out an application. Applications for all these pups may be filled out online at www.pupsinperil.org. You can also see more of the dogs available for adoption on Pups in Peril’s Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/PupsInPeril. . Pups in Peril is a 501(c)3 organization.