Welcome to the Tuesday’s Tails Blog hop, hosted by Dogs N Pawz! “This blog hop features shelter animals. Find a cat, dog, rabbit or other animal at a local shelter or rescue and feature them on this blog hop! Come join the fun and help a furry friend find a forever home. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to visit the other blogs and share their animals that need forever homes on your social media sites. Please spread the word!”
As always, good news and updates first! I shared Hallie back in December, and her adoption is currently pending. In January, I shared four pets from Best Friends Animal Society, and so far one of the dogs, Poncho, has been adopted, but the other three are still available.
My original plan for this post was to share our Luke’s mother, Dolly, who is up for adoption. However, as it turns out, her adoption is already pending! So that is great news and now I needed another plan!
When on Facebook the other day, I saw a post from a great website called The Lazy Pit Bull. The title was “4 Reasons You Should Adopt a Pit Bull“. So I decided to share those reasons with you, and then share an adoptable pit bull (as it turns out, 2).
- “Pit Bull-type dogs are highly intelligent and very trainable.”
- “Pit Bulls are extremely affectionate and loving.”
- “Pit Bulls are very low maintenance.”
- “Pit bull-type dogs make up the majority of dogs in US shelters, and they’re the most highly euthanized.”
Please click here to read the full article by Christina Berry for more details and great information. There’s a very cute puppy photo on there also!
Today I am sharing a brother and sister pair of Pit Bulls who are at the North Country SPCA in Essex County, New York. Angel (male)and Honey Boo Boo (female) are purebred Pit Bulls who were under socialized and fearful. The shelter has trainers working with them and they are coming out of their shells and showing their happy and goofy personalities. Honey adores attention and they are both becoming sweet and loving as they are treated kindly and gently. The shelter has high hopes that with time and patience they both have the potential to become great dogs.
**HAPPY UPDATE – BOTH ANGEL & HONEY HAVE BEEN ADOPTED!!**
- Up to date on shots
- Not quite 2 years old
About North Country SPCA: They are a no kill shelter located in Elizabethtown, New York. Their mission is to provide refuge for cats and dogs who have been abandoned, abused, or surrendered. They provide individual attention, medical treatment, and care until homes can be found. You can visit them on their website or Facebook page.
Please share Honey Boo Boo and her brother Angel to help find them a loving home where they can grow into the happy dogs they are meant to be. Visit the other blog hop participants below and share their adoptable pets also!