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These Adorable 8-Week-Old Pups Are Up For Adoption & Named After Your Fav Sitcom

You can give one of these pups a forever home.

Ontario Puppies Are Going Up For Adoption & Have The Best Names

Are you looking to expand your family by adopting a fur baby? Well, good news! A litter of adorable Ontario puppies will be up for adoption next week, and their names will give you major nostalgia.

According to the Niagara SPCA & Humane Society, six 8-week-old puppies, all of whom are named after characters from The Simpsons, will be ready for adoption on August 30 at 8 a.m.

Anyone looking to become a forever family for these precious puppies will have 24 hours to apply, so don't procrastinate.

The doggos' mom was a lab shepherd mix who had previously been rescued from Manitoba. However, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and Mr. Burns were all born in the shelter.

If you're looking to adopt any dog from the Niagara SPCA, fees do apply. Currently, it is $460 to adopt and $650 for long-distance rescue dogs.

The fee includes "spay or neuter, micro~chip, first booster shot including rabies vaccination, a two week trial period, heartworm & lyme disease test and 6 weeks of pet insurance."

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