Still not adopted!

Chelsea Powrie

Five playful pups that Castanet has been following at the Critteraid animal sanctuary are now 12 weeks old and at the perfect age to go to their forever home — they just need to find it!

There has been interest in the puppies, but no finalized takers.

Animal director Jess Byer said the rambunctious dogs are doing very well, are extremely social and playful with humans and each other and it's definitely time for them to go to their permanent homes.

There are four girls and one boy, all of which are spayed or neutered and have their shots up to date. There also a variety of personalities in the bunch, ranging from sweet and shy to boisterous and outgoing, so any interested adopter can find a perfect fit.

The right home will have a yard, because the puppies will range from 60-100 pounds when full grown.

Anyone interested in adopting can fill out the adoption form on the Critteraid website. From there, they will be contacted by Critteraid to arrange a home check and a meeting with the puppies. If all goes well, the lucky pup can go home right away!

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