The lack of empathy by many pet owners continues to amaze our staff. We take in the pathetic cast-offs that had no choice but to place their trust in those who did not deserve it.
He’s a big friendly goofy guy – and his owner took this pit bull for a walk, tied him to the railroad tracks …. and then left him there. Luckily, someone became aware of this abandonment & the pit bull terrier was brought to AHS.
Somewhat frightened and reserved when he walked into the AHS Newark shelter, he has become accustomed to our efforts to get acquainted so he doesn’t view us as strangers.
Our efforts to soothe the broken promises made by some idiot makes our work doubly harder … more heartbreaking. When being given a treat, he dutifully sat & waited without a command.
We have no background information on him – no name, no age, no health history – so his birthday starts today! The staff has rallied around this big guy so we have decided to call him “Rally” (def.: to restore for a common action … to show support).
Thanks to those who support our efforts, we appreciate donations to rally around those who wait for another chance at happiness …. with a responsible owner.
For more information, call AHS at 973-824-7080 or e-mail us and refer to File 131363-M. AHS is located at 124 Evergreen Ave. in Newark, just off of Rt. 1 & 9, near the Newark International Airport.