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This is Campbell, a 6 month old Boxer mix puppy. He is doing excellent on walking on his leash and harness. He can be slow to trust so will probably need a few days to settle in and warm up. But once he's comfy,  he is a total cuddle bug! He loves walks, belly rubs, and forehead kisses. He is very gentle with children. At this time he is being taken outside to use the bathroom 15-20 mins after a meal, as he is having some difficulty with ringing the bell to notify his foster family when he has to go potty. But, they are still working on that bell training! He loves attention and will be the perfect winter buddy. It's time for this guy to have a forever home full of love!

Calaveres is a 6 month old boxer mix that Mohammad Ali would be proud of! This guy is always using his paws whether it’s to grab a chew toy or wrestle with his brother and resident dogs at his foster home! He knows how to sit for treats and will only use potty pads overnight, but goes outside the rest of the time! He has tons of energy and is going to be a good sized dog fully grown so a home where he gets plenty of exercise would be very beneficial! When he does eventually calm down, he turns into a giant cuddle bug and sleeps through the night like a champ! Calaveres is always up for anything and would love a new furever home for the holidays!

Mojo is a 6 year old pit bull who loves to cuddle. He has some anxiety issues that make him very protective of his humans. Despite his size he loves to be dressed up, loves baths, but most of all he loves companionship. Going out on walks are tricky for him at this time. Mojo likes to be outside but his anxiety takes over and he goes into “protective mode.”

Mojo loves nothing more than to cuddle up on the couch or in bed. He has no food aggression at all and really is a gentle giant with his people. Mojo should be an only dog due to his protective nature. 


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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