The fetching dogs of Newark!

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Chessie, a ten-month-old rescue dog poses with her owner.

Chessie is a 10-month-old rescue dog originally from Alabama. Chessie now belongs to Shannon, an emergency room nurse, who based Chessie’s name off of the place she met her husband, the Chesapeake Inn.

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Zeus flashes a smile for the camera.

Despite his large size, Zeus is only 7-months-old. This great dane is owned by Art, an artist. Zeus spends his free time with his best friend Chelsea, the beagle, when he visits Glasgow Park at 6:00 a.m.

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Jackson, a five year old rescue dog, is extremely athletic.

Jackson is a 5-year-old rescue dog. He is a true pack animal and likes piling on top of you, even though he is 55 pounds. He likes to play ball and hopes to pursue soccer professionally. He is a very happy dog and shows his affection with constant licks.

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Mister’s owner, Brian, credits Mister with helping him manage his weight.

On the other hand, Mister is at the ripe old age of seven. Brian, Mister’s owner, credits his four-legged friend with saving his life. Brian had been struggling with obesity, and owning Mister encouraged Brian to start walking at Glasgow Park after a long break. Brian is extremely grateful to Mister for helping him through his struggles.

“If I didn’t have Mister, I’d still be overweight,” Brian says. “Mister looked out for me the way I look out for him.”

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