In Asbury Park, two separate homeowners awoke and found that someone had tied a pit bull to a pole the night before between the two residences. Neither homeowner claimed ownership or knew who had abandoned the young female pit bull.
There was no food or water left with the dog but the young lass was wearing a very eye-catching attractive green harness embroidered with pink and brown flowers. She had a chain link leash with a red handle.
Surely someone had cared for this dog so it is difficult to comprehend the reason for the abandonment. The dog we now call "Jezzabell" had no microchip. Too many instances of pet theft has caused heartbreak to many dog owners who are separated from their canine companion. We have waited a week to see if someone would come forward who may be missing their dog.
Now Jezzabell has been invited to our Summer Pittie Party! You can meet Jezzabell or lots of other dogs waiting to find a lifetime of love. If you would like to help us with all of the animals awaiting adoption, please contribute to their needs. All dogs will be spayed/neutered, given inoculations, de-wormed and frontlined.
For more information, call AHS Tinton Falls at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us. The AHS is open 7 days a week for your convenience. File 84878.