Hi! My name is Noah and I found myself in a super scary place called a shelter. I was shy, super skinny and had some boo-boos on my head and ear so lots of folks just kept passing me by … that was until BCAA was contacted and said they thought I was beautiful and would help me--yeah!!! I now get to play with other dogs, go on walks (learning about that thing they call a leash) and best of all, I get lots of good food to eat :) My foster mom tells me I've now put on about 10lbs (I'm almost 47lbs and was only 38lbs) and she thinks I just have a few more to go to be at a good weight. Even though I love to eat, I have good manners and eat slowly and take treats gently. I'm only about a year old and everything is new and exciting to me but I love getting attention and my foster mom says I'm well on my way to being a great dog and companion for someone … if that might be you, please go to www.bcaaofnj.org and fill out an application … I would love to meet you!
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