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Dogs at Main Line Animal Rescue

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What is this page?

The information on this page helps MLAR volunteers see which animals on the website need additional information added to their profiles. If you are interested in becoming a MLAR volunteer, please check the www.mlar.org/volunteer web page. Thanks!

Note that there may be as much as a one-hour delay between updating the pets database and seeing changes reflected here.



Dogs that need photos

These dogs appear on the website but have fewer than three photos. Read our tips for photographers.

Princess: 62 pounds, Australian Shepherd (has 1 photos, 6 days in shelter)

Bo: 77 pounds, Labrador Retriever (has 2 photos, 14 days in shelter)


Dogs that need descriptions

These dogs appear on the website but do not have descriptions written for them yet.

Bo: 77 pounds, Labrador Retriever (14 days in shelter)

Cashew: 61 pounds, Large Mixed Breed (7 days in shelter)

Darwin: 21 pounds, Shih Tzu (29 days in shelter)

Eugene: 36 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (15 days in shelter)

Franky: 75 pounds, Mastiff (39 days in shelter)

Hal: 67 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (33 days in shelter)

Kody: 53 pounds, Labrador Retriever (17 days in shelter)

Nova: 28 pounds, Border Collie (9 days in shelter)

Paige: 13 pounds, Bichon Frise (68 days in shelter) ADOPTION PENDING IN FOSTER HOME

Patty: 66 pounds, Pit Bull Terrier (9 days in shelter)

Penelope: 48 pounds, Siberian Husky (27 days in shelter) IN FOSTER HOME

Princess: 62 pounds, Australian Shepherd (6 days in shelter)

Sachi: 57 pounds, Catahoula Leopard dog (7 days in shelter)

Shadow: 49 pounds, Border Collie (100 days in shelter)

Yayo: 80 pounds, Bernese Mountain Dog (531 days in shelter)


Dogs that need videos

These dogs appear on the website but do not have associated videos.

Aidells: 38 pounds, Labrador Retriever (46 days in shelter)

Baybee: 47 pounds, Basset Hound (178 days in shelter)

Bo: 77 pounds, Labrador Retriever (14 days in shelter)

Bronx: 55 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (55 days in shelter)

Brownie: 17 pounds, Standard Smooth Haired Dachshund (35 days in shelter)

Cashew: 61 pounds, Large Mixed Breed (7 days in shelter)

Clover: 59 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (59 days in shelter)

Darwin: 21 pounds, Shih Tzu (29 days in shelter)

Eugene: 36 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (15 days in shelter)

Franky: 75 pounds, Mastiff (39 days in shelter)

Hal: 67 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (33 days in shelter)

Julep: 44 pounds, Australian Shepherd (9 days in shelter)

Kevin: 62 pounds, Labrador Retriever (153 days in shelter)

Kody: 53 pounds, Labrador Retriever (17 days in shelter)

Kong: 110 pounds, Anatolian Shepherd (5 days in shelter)

Meeko: 72 pounds, Boxer (217 days in shelter) IN FOSTER HOME

Muffin: 13 pounds, Standard Smooth Haired Dachshund (35 days in shelter)

Nova: 28 pounds, Border Collie (9 days in shelter)

Paige: 13 pounds, Bichon Frise (68 days in shelter) ADOPTION PENDING IN FOSTER HOME

Patty: 66 pounds, Pit Bull Terrier (9 days in shelter)

Penelope: 48 pounds, Siberian Husky (27 days in shelter) IN FOSTER HOME

Poppy: 40 pounds, Medium Mixed Breed (178 days in shelter)

Princess: 62 pounds, Australian Shepherd (6 days in shelter)

Rico: 75 pounds, Mastiff (103 days in shelter)

Sachi: 53 pounds, American Pit Bull Terrier (87 days in shelter)

Sazy: 40 pounds, Hound (3 days in shelter)

Shadow: 49 pounds, Border Collie (100 days in shelter)

Tulip: 35 pounds, Pit Bull Terrier (35 days in shelter)

Turnpike: 55 pounds, Pit Bull Terrier (52 days in shelter)

Yayo: 80 pounds, Bernese Mountain Dog (531 days in shelter)

Zipper: 47 pounds, Bulldog (164 days in shelter)


44 dogs are adoptable from Main Line Animal Rescue

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Photography tips

Having photos for each of our animals is a priority! It is difficult to get a prospective adopter who is sitting at home surfing the web to get enthusiastic about a new pet that they can't even see, so we want to get photos on the website as early as possible. Sometimes, though, the photos available are photos of the animals in their prior shelter homes (lots of chain link and concrete) or from a clinic setting (lots of hands wearing blue gloves). We want to replace these with happy photos of the animals as quickly as we can!

The following is some guidance about how to create the best photos

* PetFinder supports six photos (or five photos and a video), so we can post additional photos there.

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