Saturday, July 10, 2010

Baltimore, MD~NO TIME~EUTH @ End of Day~Sad, Neglected 8 m/o Needs Rescue today!!

Please get this dog into a rescue!
(Look at his picture attached)
Animal people across the United States!!!

I know it is the weekend, but this puppy is only 8 months old and is on the euthanasia list for the end of the day. BARCS is totally out of space and this poor dog has old bite wounds all over his face making him unadoptable by Baltimore city law..his only option is your rescue!!!!

Here is Charleston's story:
One day someone may have cared about this dog, but that day was long long ago. Charleston was found by animal control officers in Baltimore city. He was tied to a fence in a vacant yard. He was malnourished, neglected and pretty beat-up. The animal control officer thinks that this dog may have been used to train (use as bait at one point), but we can't say for sure.

Charleston is an outgoing, eclectic 8 month old puppy that just wants human affection. He will be euthanized if I can't find a rescue by the end of the day. He was supposed to be euthanized the other day, but the staff is so in love with him, and just can't come to terms with the fact that he isn't able to go-up for adoption. He is young and loving!

Be his hero. Please??????

Please contact me ASAP - LIKE SERIOUSLY ASAP at:

Kat Knauff
Adoption Counselor
Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter

Trump - Adult Male Pomeranian, Newark, NJ

Meet Trump, a three year old, male Pom who appeared at our shelter as a stray. We believe he is about 3 years old. Trump is up to date on shots and housebroken. He will be altered and chipped upon adoption. Due to his stray status, we do not have background info so we will only adopt him out to an adult home. Please come visit Trump and our other small dogs all awaiting loving homes. Trump's shelter ID is 92776.

For more information about Trump or any of the other animals at the Associated Humane Society Shelter in Newark, please email Karen or Debbie at

Reference the dog's ID number in your email. Or better still, stop by the shelter in person. They are located at 124 Evergreen Avenue, Newark, New Jersey, and they are rescue friendly.