New Year’s Eve Pup – Toast – 3mo, Mixed Breed, Female

In the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year, is on December 31. Here at Shultz’s Guest House, much like everywhere else in the country, New Year’s Eve is often celebrated at evening social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink, watch “the ball drop”, and watch or set off fireworks.

The new year brings with it many things — mostly new beginnings and new chances, choices and challenges. For these 8 pups, their new year came early — it came the day they were rescued down in Tennessee, at four weeks of age, when their momma stopped feeding them, forcing them to look to someone else for meals, guidance and love. (BarkPlace)

And as we soon enter the new year, we just know that 2020 can only bring these little pups wonderful new beginnings and lots to which to look forward!

Meet our New Year’s Eve Pups — Confetti, Champagne, Countdown, Time Square, Firework, Noisemaker, Toast, and Resolution!

If you would like to meet any of our dogs, please visit our website and submit an adoption application, as that is the first step in our adoption process. www.sghrescue.org