My name is Aida!

Cane Corso Mix Dog for adoption in New York, New York - Aida
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Rebound Hounds ResQ - NY Chapter

Facts about Aida

  • Breed: Cane Corso Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female


My name is Aida,

I am a 3-4 year old Brindle mix (maybe part Cane Corso) girl. I was saved from a high kill shelter in NYC when my life was very close to being ended. It was such a traumatic experience!

Everyone comments about what a stunning beauty I am. My coat is so shiny and I have beautiful long muscular legs. I currently weigh in at about 60 lbs, I could stand to gain about another 15 lbs. With a good diet that will happen in no time!!

My foster Mom says, I run like a gazelle so I would definitely do well on a farm or in a big fenced in back yard. I LOVE to go hiking or running, and have a MASSIVE love of the outdoors, so someone athletic would be a good match for me.

I can be very shy, so I really need a special person who has lots of patience. My background hasn't always been good, but my resilience is astounding. I really love all people and am especially fond of men (although my foster parent is working with me so I can be comfortable with everyone, and come out of my shell). I also adore children, who bring out my puppy side.
I also get along with dogs and have no interest in cats.

I am UTD on my shots, spayed and Micro-chipped.
I currently reside in Northwest/Central NJ. If you would like to meet me, or have additional questions, please contact SAVINGANGELS3@AOL.COM
We look forward to hearing from you soon!

About Rebound Hounds ResQ - NY Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

Rebound Hounds Res-Q believes that there’s a great home for every dog. How to make that happen is the real work of rescue. We’re committed to bringing dogs and guardians together who are right for each other. We do it by knowing the dog, and knowing the prospective guardian.

First, we know the dogs we place. We seek out temperament evaluations from ACC staff and ACC volunteers in the attempt to pair dogs with the right home. It’s not perfect, but it goes a long way toward getting a feel for who the dog should go to.

Next, we learn about the adopters. We look at lifestyle, energy level, experience, tolerances. It’s communicating about expectations and commitment, not just for the next few weeks when the dog comes into their life, but for life.

Last, we stay in touch. After the initial home visit, we’re available to offer help, support and advice. We welcome knowing how everyone is settling in. Pictures are great, an occasional email. Our job is to support the owner and dog throughout the process.

Shelter dogs are a unique challenge because they have pasts we often can’t know. What we do know is that once matched with the right guardian — with time, respect and patience — a shelter dog offers unparalleled love and gratitude every day, in every way, to the person who saved them. It is unlike any other relationship on earth.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption application, references, and vet reference required.

Once these are completed, Home visit arranged, followed by meet and greet. This ensures that the adoptive home and pet are the best possible match.