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"Journey" is a Neapolitan Mastiff who was born about April 14, 2013.  She was surrendered to DunRoamin' from the Woodstock area on April 4, 2016.  As her name suggests, she is on a journey - in her case, to find the right home.  This girl is packed with potential and we are confident that with adequate exercise, training and consistency, she has a lot to offer.

During her stay in foster homes, we have learned a lot about Journey.  She is not a fan of horses and would probably chase cars if not controlled on a leash.  She has reacted to certain children and adults, but seems fine with others.  For these reasons, she should never be left unattended with children or other animals and only applicants with no other pets and children older than 15 years will receive a response to their application.  A fenced yard and obedience lessons are non-negotiable requirements and potential owners will be required to provide contact information for the trainer they plan to use.

Journey's new owner needs to be experienced and willing to provide the time and training that is going to be required during her transition period and continued long-term.  References and veterinary checks will be a requirement as part of the adoption process.

If you are interested in meeting Journey or have questions, please submit a Pre-Adoption application found here.



This is "Elmer."  He was removed from abusive circumstances by the NB SPCA and released to DunRoamin' for rehoming on March 21, 2017.  He has a great personality, loves people and some dogs but is overly interested in cats.  He was born about March 21, 2015.

He is a lot of dog and will require an experienced owner who will commit to training and exercising him.  He has been neutered, dewormed and vaccinated.  Elmer loves to go for walks, returns easily on command and loves to be patted and cuddled.  He is very playful and energetic and is eager to have a loving family he can call his own.

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"Cheri" came to DunRoamin' on November 7, 2016 from the Grand Falls area where she was unable to receive the medical care she required.  She was born about November 7, 2007, was intact and in heat.  She had three small mammary masses and a skin mass on her left side which were removed on December 16, 2016.  She had a mild infection and chronic scarring in her right ear flap and her left ear had a severe infection with a great amount of scarring and ulceration which provided her with much pain.  She underwent surgery to remove that on December 15.  She is grateful to have that part of her life completely over with.

Cheri also has arthritis in her left knee, right hip and spine, but with a few mobility supplements and medications, she is doing just fine.  She would like to have some nice, slow walks for exercise with her new family, of whom she dreams each day and night.  Cheri is a nice girl who is happy to be warm, free from pain and have the care that she deserves.  She does not enjoy small animals, so should not be homed with cats or other dogs.  She would love to have a home with children older than 15 years.  When she is chosen for a home and family, she hopes it will be with someone who can appreciate what she has been through and love her passionately for the remainder of her life.  She deserves that, at the very least.  She is house trained (always lets us know when she would like to go outside), minds her manners very well and loves rawhide chews that she can take to her bed to enjoy, especially if her bed is beside her human.  She knows basic commands such as come, sit, stay, etc and is exceptionally loving and eager to please.  She's just looking for that perfect person (or couple) who will make the rest of her life what the first part should have been.

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