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Apple’s Been Adopted!

12 Feb

Apple AdoptedAfter only one week in foster care, Apple was snatched up by a family who was looking to adopt a smaller, younger female pittie to add to their family. They already had a large, male pittie and wanted to perfect counterpart for him. When they saw her, they knew they had to have her!

But they wanted to make sure that the two dogs could live together peacefully before making the big leap – so after just over two weeks as their foster dog, they have officially adopted her. She is now called Bindy and lives with her beautiful, big brother, Murphy.

Congratulations Bindy and your new family!

Bindy and her new parents

Bindy and her new parents

Bindy and Murphy

Bindy and Murphy

Bindy and Murphy

Bindy and Murphy

Bindy and Murphy

Bindy and Murphy

Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Apple

7 Jan
Apple

Apple

This past weekend, we took a trip to Jersey City to meet a dog at Liberty Humane Society, but when we got there, we’d found out she’d already been adopted!How rude amazing! But since we were already there, we decided to take a look around to see if there were any other dogs there we might like to take into our Bully Project program. And wouldn’t you just know it? There was!

Apple

Apple

When we saw Apple, she was laying down in her crate, while all of the other dogs around her were jumping around and barking. She looked a little concerned, but responded when we brought out our secret weapon – swiss cheese! We took her out to really get a good look at her and came to the conclusion that this is what the offspring of past Bully Project adoptables Fred & Liberty would look like.

Apple

Apple

At just around 40 lbs, Apple is the true definition of a “pocket pittie.” Her rich, chocolate brown coat is very soft and smooth. The shelter had been using Apple as a “helper dog” in their behavior evaluations because she’s so dog friendly. While we were outside with her, she wanted to greet every dog that passed and she surely would have done so politely if we’d let her!

Apple

Apple

Apple is crate trained, house broken, spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She’s friendly with all people, but does start out a little bit timid. She warms up quickly, though, especially if there’s food involved. She also doesn’t mind being picked up and carried around like the precious little thing she is. We imagine, with her calm and steady demeanor, she’d also be comfortable in home with cat siblings.

Apple

Apple

So if this girl is the Apple of your eye, please email us at bullyprojectnyc@gmail.com to apply to adopt her.

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