Friday, July 25, 2008

~FEMALE DOG NEEDS A FOREVER HOME~

If YOU or anyone you know is looking to rescue and adopt a dog. Here is a story and pictures of a beautiful female in need of a home. I subscribe to the Best Friends Animal Rescue Group and this was sent today, for urgent attention. The myth about pit bulls is only a myth. We have two pit bulls who live in our home and they are excellent dogs, devoted and loving. They would not put her up for adoption if she was not adoptable. They have worked with her, and she is adoptable and ready for her forever home. Please read on:
EXCELLENT HOME SOUGHT FOR SUPER DOG!!!
Mariann, A Beautiful and Docile 3-4 Year Old Female Pit Bull, Abandoned, Starving and Without Identification, found towards the end of April 2008.
As soon as she was discovered, she was immediately rescued and brought to the East Veterinary Group. She was so grateful and affectionate that she won the hearts of all who met her in an instant and it was observed over a month's at the vet's that she loves adults, children and other dogs and never growls at anyone even strangers:
ALL SPAY/MED BILLS AND BOARDING FEES ARE PAID:
This loving dog needs a loving home, just like her!!!!!!
She is now at the Bayside Vet Center (718)229-5577
Please call me at (718)767-1192
Jackie (718) 767-1192 tourniquetinc@aol.com

5 comments:

simple~needs said...

what a beautiful dog!!
we have a rescue greyhound that is such a joy in our lives. thanks so much for posting about animal rescue on your blog!
kim

~GoldieLoo Woodworks~ said...

Cheryl, I hope a forever home is found for her soon. Seems these stories are never ending and its so heart breaking.Thanks for helping.~~Pam

Cheryl said...

Simple Needs:
Thank you for saving a Greyhound, you are the best
Cheryl

Cheryl said...

Goldieloo Woodworks,
I know you also save and rescue animals, Bless You for doing that. If you know anyone who wants to rescue her please contact the number I provided in my Blog, I so want her to find a good home
Bless you, Cheryl

TamboinMO said...

Cheryl,
Many blessings back to you! We are responsible forever for what we have tamed.
Tammy