It's a real mystery why Scubi doesn't have a home

| 10 Oct 2012 | 01:04

— There is a cartoon series about a Great Dane, named Scobby-Doo, and his four friends who are always trying to solve mysteries.
And no matter what the circumstances are, the mystery is always solved by the end of the show.
The only mystery the Scubi at the West Milford Animal Shelter is trying to solve, is why he does not have a home.
Scubi is not a Great Dane, but a Chihuahua, who just turned a year old. He hopes to celebrate his next birthday with his new forever family.
Scubi is cute, fun loving, gentle and kind. He loves to be held and he loves to cuddle. He dances on his hind legs, begging to be picked-up. He is a real heart stealer.
He needs an adult only home so he can be the only "baby." He will share his new home with cats, as long as he gets plenty of his share of lap time.
Scubi is still a puppy and is paper trained. He will need additional training in his new home. It took Scubi a while to adjust to living at the shelter and it may take him a while to feel comfortable in a new home.
You can meet this little package of love at the West Milford Animal Shelter on Lycosky Drive (behind the recycling center). He is neutered and is up-to-date with all inoculations. The fee to adopt Scubi is $75.
Help support Scubi and the other homeless animals at the shelter by attending the shelter's Walk-A-Dog-Athon on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012.
Come take a walk in Wawayanda State Park and have the opportunity to win prizes and take part in fun contests. For information, visit or call 973-728-2859.