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My name is LOBSTER!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in New York, New York - LOBSTER
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Rebound Hounds ResQ - NY Chapter

Facts about LOBSTER

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
MEET LOBSTER!!!

Lobster is INCREDIBLE! His foster mom says that he is the SWEETEST, MOST LOVING BOY I'VE EVER BEEN AROUND!

He loves absolutely everyone, dogs and people. He LOVES to play with other dogs, and is good with dogs of all sizes and gender. He is wonderful outside, friendly to all. AND he is great in the home, loves to snuggle on the couch all day and be perfectly content.

He is super smart and treat-driven. He already knows sit, down, stay and paw.

Lobster would thrive with an active guardian or family. He would love a yard and another dog, or two. Though he is in the city now, and doing great, on the streets, with the noise, etc. He would make a GREAT running partner! Though he does not live with cats, he has met a few, and seemed fine with them. Totally fine with kids, given his age and size, older kids might be best.

Lobster is about a year old and weighs about 60 lbs. He is healthy, utd on his shots and neutered.

WANT TO MEET THIS FANTASTIC GUY? Please contact reboundhounds@gmail.com and his rescue will get right back to you, thanks!

LOBSTER IS IN FOSTER IN NYC.

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.