Sunday, May 1, 2016

Paterson NJ: GOOD NEWS RE: Strong young Staffie/Pitbull "Prince" needs foster or forever

On Sun, May 1, 2016 at 3:04 PM, <caucayaa@gmail.com> wrote:
        I am more than happy to inform you that this dog, now named Prince, has found his forever home!!! A nice couple took him and signed a document stating that if for and reason they decide not to keep him, he will be returned to either Darlene in Bayonne, the lady who found him, or me in Bloomfield. He will also receive proper training. If you don't remember what dog this is, I will send you his picture right away. 
Thank you all for crossposting, for caring so much and sending him your love. This case has restored my faith in humanity. God bless you all!!!
From: caucayaa@gmail.com
Date: April 28, 2016 7:48:36 AM EDT
Subject: Bloomfield NJ. This dog has no place to go!!! Please crosspost ASAP
Bloomfield NJ
CONTACT
caucayaa@gmail.com
This dog does not even have a name. He was found by my friend Darlene who took him to a veterinarian hospital for neutering and shots. He is still there until Friday. After that he has absolutely no place to go. My friend cannot keep him for many reasons; one is dogs are no allowed where she lives. I am begging you please help this poor animal. He is a male medium size Pittbull, about 3 years old, friendly with children. I don't know about being friendly with dogs of cats. Needs training; very strong and pulls the leash. Not food aggressive, eats peacefully.  Please crosspost, so everything you can to help. Thank you. 
Barks and purrs,
Elsa Latheef
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4/29 POST
Text or call Pattianne Pascual if you
 can offer Prince a home or foster

Please go to the Facebook post below for more details. It seems he was thrown from a car around a highway in NJ and was waiting for his family to find him. 

On Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 7:47 AM, <caucayaa@gmail.com> wrote:
We named him Prince. He will be out of the hospital today and because still doesn't have a home he will go to boarding paid by a dear friend. That will give us a couple of days to find a good foster or permanent home. No shelter please!
He is about 2 or 3 years old, sweet natured, good with children, not food aggressive, chases cats; no info about how he is with other dogs. Shows signs of past abuse, like chaining. Very strong and energetic, pulls the leash and needs a lot of training. Neutered and updated on shots. 
Elsa Latheef