We’re on a roll with dog adoptions! Two more dogs found wonderful homes this weekend. It seems like Rollie was destined for the couple who adopted her. The husband had fond memories of growing up with a dog named Rollie and he and his wife had been looking for a small black dog. Stella went home with a young couple who did extensive research on puppies before bringing her home. We LOVE prepared adopters. Congrats everyone!
NEW EPISODE ALERT We have been so busy at @newyorkbullycrew that our episodes were on hold but we bring to you a new episode recapping some of our past rescues and important moments. Please watch our new VLOG #43 available on our YouTube channel. The new episode features Alrik Springfield’s amazing rescue, FatHead McGee’s story, our Puerto Rico Poodle Peluzo and his journey, Leonidas’ Rescue in honor of Lazarus and our Volunteer Program is back! Plus some happy adoptions! Watch @c.legit5 & THE REST OF THE CREW IN ACTION
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Ok, our mission is decreasing the number of kitties in harms way on the street AND in shelters by focusing on spay/neuter, but when a tiny, senior pup is found living under a dumpster, clearly we gotta do a trap and rescue.
This is Rodger, today at his foster mom, Candace's house in Silver Lake, and below is 3 weeks ago when he was trapped.
Rodger was covered in mats, had feces stuck in the dreads he was dragging around. His back still has scans from all the flea bites and yes he has a cataract, and we need to have almost all his teeth pulled, but he's turning into a real dog.
He sits for treats, is potty trained and loves cuddles.
We're heartbroken for any pup or kitty at a shelter, but what cats and dogs suffer on the street is far worse.