Celebrate Mario's Christmas Birthday With the Gift of Adoption

Foster dog loves to play and looking for his new owners.

What would be better than opening the gift of a new addition to your home this Christmas?

How about celebrating that addition’s birthday at the same time.

This is Mary’s Mario, a 2-year-old boy who was born on Christmas Day 2011. Mario is currently in a foster home and is up for adoption through Eleventh Hour Rescue.

Mario is energetic and full of life and loves to play. His red and orange coloration draws attention wherever he goes.

He does well with older children, but as an alpha male, certainly would love a home where he’s the only dog and won’t topple any smaller tots with his enthusiasm.

To learn more about Mario visit ehrdogs.org or call 973-664-0865. 

Joanne December 14, 2013 at 03:45 AM
great!! bring into LV another dog from them who joins our community on public trails and attacks innocent dogs. no snide comments please, unless it happens to you, you have no idea what it is like.
Hookerman December 14, 2013 at 10:09 AM
As someone who bikes frequently on the trails and has been attacked by dogs, I know what it's like... BUT, I have no problem with dogs who are on leashes and controlled by their owners, I have a big problem with dogs that are let loose on the trails. Actually, my problem is not with the dogs, but with the selfish, irresponsible owners.
Teeluvsaruba December 14, 2013 at 11:00 AM
Joanne how do you even know the dog will be adopted in long valley? Just because it's posted it doesn't mean this is the only place eleventh hour posted this ad. You're being ridiculous. My sympathies to whatever happened to you and your dog. You don't even know if the owner would walk the dog in public areas. I have a skiddish lab and wouldn't take the risk maybe the adopter of this beautiful dog wouldn't either. This dog needs a home know matter where it is. Merry Christmas. Scrooge.
Joanne December 14, 2013 at 01:12 PM
Scrooge~ This dog I mention was a two year old rescue from 11th hour, yes, it might be ok with adult people, but it escaped from its harness and owner as it came crashing with its teeth around my dogs throat!! then jaws locked.....its a nightmare I hope when you visit Christmas' past never happen to you! you may not take your dog for a walk on a trail, it could be in your own backyard for this to happen. and Hookerman I totally agree with you on the ones that are allowed to run loose, they have no control and no common sense. I have spoken to people who do this, only to see repeat offenders. I have now "prepared" myself if this should ever occur~~ anywhere.... BTW~ my dog was a rescue too, but as a puppy Not a pit bull mix you see at their kennels at the Trade Zone dog shop


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