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The rumors are true....

This charming fellow is

still available.

Meet Clancy! He is a 4.5 month

old hound mix puppy that

loves to play ball, but

when he gets tired, this little love will sit back

and relax on the

couch with you watching

your favorite shows!

He loves other dogs

and would  adore a

brother or sister to play


Clancy would love to have

a family of his own to

explore with, see new

things and go on super

fun adventures with!

He is working on

potty training and leash 

training to be the best boy he an be! Just look

at that face, it could be 

the face of your new

family member!

Ira is a 6 month 30lb handsome boy, affectionately called “Beef Cake.” He is happy to play with his siblings and our large resident dogs, and is equally happy to nap. But what makes him happiest is a full belly and a cuddle with his human and his dog pals. Ira can hear the turn of a lid or the crinkle of a bag of snacks a mile away, and he will come jogging by to see what you’ve got to share. He is well-mannered and has learned to sit for a treat, and is super excited when the food bowl is filled. He is our resident house hippo, has a low and slow gait, and snores when he snoozes on a blanket in a sun-spot. He has shown no interest in cats, and is highly treat/food motivated for training. He has one blue eye and one brown eye, an adorable head-tilt, ears that flop to one side, and freckles that top off this cuteness overload.

Overcrowded shelters take in millions of stray, abused, and lost animals every year. Not only do these animals give you unconditional love, but they have been shown to be physically, emotionally, and psychologically beneficial to their companions. Additionally, when you adopt, you are opening up another space for a rescue or shelter to help another animal in need.  



Not ready to adopt? That’s okay – You can still help! Fostering is a great way to help without the commitment. East Coast Canine Rescue is a 100% foster based rescue. Our dogs are saved from high-kill shelters as well as situations of abuse and neglect.  We believe every dog deserves a home; therefore, our dogs are immediately placed in foster homes where they are loved, cared for, and provided a home where they can let their personality shine. 


Volunteers are an integral part of East Coast Canine Rescue Inc.  We are always looking for friendly, dynamic, dog-loving people eager to help get our deserving dogs find loving homes. We are consistently looking for volunteers to help in our many departments: Transportation of dogs to events and foster homes, Home Visits, Photography, and Adoption Events. 

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