Every Wednesday morning, we feature an adoptable Dog or Cat from the Animal Welfare Society in New Milford. Since we only do our "Pet of the Week" segment once a week, there are many dogs that haven't been able to visit us here in the studio.

Here are Five Dogs that would love to find their new forever homes in 2019, and they are all available now at the Animal Welfare Society on Dodd Street in New Milford.

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    Dale is a lively and friendly Smooth Collie mix from the South. Only about 10 months old, this intelligent and responsive boy will excel with someone who has the time to dedicate to some basic training and attention.

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    Choley is a Lab mix whose owner could not take care of him.  He is a large boy and at only 7 months probably has some more growing to do. He knows his basic commands and is looking for a confident owner preferably with experience with large breeds.

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    Zoey's owner could no longer care for her and had to bring her to the Shelter. She is a 4 year old Husky/Pomeranian cross and is a well-behaved and intelligent dog. Sweet natured and playful this energetic girl would love to go home with a family who enjoy the active life.

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    Bandit is a 2 year old Bloodhound and is a large young man at over 100 lbs. A good natured boy, he is very strong and needs a strong owner who can manage him. He get's along with just about everyone, and other dogs as well, so right now he's basically just a big and friendly goofball.

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    Elmer has come a long way since his arrival in October 2016 - yes, sadly he has been at the Animal Welfare Society over two years. During that time he has put on much needed weight, his skin condition has cleared up and he has become one handsome young man. He has proved himself to be a good boy, but he will need obedience training and enough exercise to keep himself out of mischief.  Very loving towards people he has to be the only animal in the house. He has watched so many dogs come in and go home and it makes him sad that no one seems to want to adopt him, he is a great dog who deserves better.