My name is Moki!

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog for adoption in Willingboro, New Jersey - Moki
Photo 1 - American Staffordshire Terrier Dog for adoption in Willingboro, New Jersey - Moki
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I'm being cared for by:
Burlington County Animal Alliance

Facts about Moki

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10715277
Please contact Sue Coculo ( for more information about this pet.




Moki and his family were in a high kill shelter in NC and right before the huricane hit, the shelters were euthanizing everyone like crazy to clear out.   we could not let this family die, so we pulled them out as soon as we could.  Moki is pictured here playing with his son, Heiki.  His girlfriend is Avita who is also looking for a home.   

Below is what Moki's family has to say about him.  If you would like to meet him, go to and fill out an application


Brief Description of Pet (Color, weight, age)


Moki – light brown and white short hair, terrier mix.  About 45 lbs, 1-2 years old

What makes your foster delightful/Special?




He has a way to make you smile even when you are in a bad mood

Cute things your foster does that could be endearing or a personality point that would make people want to meet him/her?


He smiles from ear to ear when he is happy.  He is a little shy in new surroundings but opens up quickly.

What Activities does your foster like most?

Likes belly rubs and running and playing

What kinds of routines do you have for your foster have?



What special needs does your foster have if any?


Does your foster like dogs?



Yes on dogs.  Not been cat tested.  Seems good with children.  He does not like to share his food with other dogs but does great otherwise

Is your foster housetrained?

Crate trained?

Fence Climber?

Housebroken,  Crate trained.  Has not attempted to climb

Does your foster have separation anxiety?


What is your foster most fearful of?

Scared of fireworks/thunderstorms?

Nothing seen

Reaction to meeting new people?

Reaction to people they already know?

A little shy to new people.  Approaches people slow and gently .  Excited and wagging with people he knows.

How would you describe your foster?

(What would you want a potential adopter to know?)


He is a great dog that brings a lot of joy in our home.  We are so grateful that we were able to spend time with him.





Interested in adopting this pet?
Click here for BCAA's on-line Application! PLEASE NOTE: Our adoption fee helps to cover our expenses and includes all shots, *age appropriate*, distemper and rabies, fecal check, spay/neuter, heartworm test, grooming, and in many cases dental and also the fee we pay when we rescue from a shelter.

About Burlington County Animal Alliance

About Our Rescue Group...

We are the Burlington County Animal Alliance (BCAA)located in Central New Jersey. We are a non-profit organization 501(3)(c), all volunteer rescue that saves animals from our local shelter and surrounding areas of New Jersey that are in danger of being euthanized. We take them into our program, get them the necessary medical care they need and adopt them back out to loving forever homes. We have 60 volunteers, many that open their homes to foster the homeless animals, we do fundraisers to raise money so we can continue to save the dogs and cats in need. We run strictly on donations from our adoptions and people who support our work.BCAA adopts to families in New Jersey, parts of Southeastern Pennsylvania and parts of New York.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have weekly adoption events at PetsMart every Saturday from 11:00 am till 2:00 pm at the Eastgate Square Shopping Center, Rt. 38, Moorestown, NJ and PetsMart, 62 Centerton Rd, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process starts with the applicant filling out an adoption application for the pet they are interested in. When they have completed and submitted the application, the screening process is started, which consists of a vet check, phone interview and home visit. Once all the steps are completed, we determine, by our findings, if they are approved, and if so, then they are allowed to adopt from our organization. The final step is they must complete the adoption contract, along with the donation for the animal, which goes into our medical fund to defray their medical costs. All of our animals are spayed and neutered, up to date on all their shots, including rabies, they are parasite free and on heartworm preventative.