Found on a heavily traveled Newark street were two helpless, homeless Shar Peis in need of care. They were extremely thin, dehydrated and in desperate need of TLC.
Obviously traumatized by being the center of attention as they walked through the Society's doors, they were scooped up and started on a regime to give all of the necessary care needed to improve their health. After waiting for adoption at our Newark shelter for almost a month, the adorable pair were sent to Popcorn Park in Forked River.
Sugar has deformed front legs which should have been remedied when she was a pup but not now. This has not caused her any difficulty in walking or running. Charlotte is the motherly one of the pair and no matter what she is doing, she always needs to check up on Sugar to see that she is OK. As you can see by the video, they both love to run and always feel the need to be in sight of each other. Charlotte constantly runs back from what she is doing to check on Sugar and really looks out for her. They are obvious littermates and seem comfortable together. The mild-mannered mature lasses can be seen having a great time in an enclosed spacious pen at Popcorn Park.
Check out their video!
Both would love to find a forever home together during this holiday season. They are sweet and loving and have displayed no negative qualities. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about Sugar and Charlotte, File L-20967-F and File L-20968-F. They can be seen at the Society's Popcorn Park shelter, located off Lacey Road in Forked River, Phone: 609-693-1900.