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My name is QUEENIE!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in NYC, New York - QUEENIE
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NY Pet-I-Care, Inc.

Facts about QUEENIE

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10715685

Everyone is buzzing about Queenie! This 2 year old, brindle beauty, came to the  shelter as a stray, after being tied up to a construction site and abandoned.  Thankfully, Queenie was not fazed by the ordeal, and we are also thankful she  didn’t end up in the wrong hands. Queenie is awesome, and Queenie is looking for  an equally awesome home! This beauty already knows the commands “sit” and  “down”, she is playful with toys and friendly with people. Queenie is super  playful and social with dogs (so much so that we use her to test OTHER dogs and  she is super nice with everyone!!!!!) We are recommending Queenie for a home  with kids 13 and up, due to very slight discomfort with people near her food. We  want to see Queenie from abandonment to forever home, and we want to see it now! 

Please contact nypeticare@aol.com or go to nypeticare.com

About NY Pet-I-Care, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

We are an all volunteer not for profit group that rescues as many stray and abandoned animals that we can accomodate. Our Vice President and consuting veterinarian is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Our animals are healthy and ready for adoption in all ways. We are small but believe in quality not quantity, and we therefore know our animals and can make the right match for both people and pet. Our plans and dreams are on our website under 'About Us'.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please schedule a meeting by calling the foster home specified in the listing or by emailing nypeticare@aol.com

Our Adoption Process...

We have a committee to screen all applicants carefully. There is a pre-adoption form to fill out and an adoption agreement. The fee to adopt cats is $150.00 the fee to adopt dogs is $250.00.
Kittens are never adopted alone, there has to be another cat in the household, or 2 have to go together, screens are a must. Pets have to sleep with the family, not separated. Yards have to have a 6 foot fence and dogs have to be leashed at all times, unless in a safe comtrolled area. All our animals are microchipped.