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My name is BELLA!
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AmsterDog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Large)
Color
Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Meet Bella! This four-year-old 68 lb beauty was first picked up off the streets of NYC and brought to the public animal shelter in Manhattan. Once AmsterDog came to the rescue, Bella got into a foster home where she could get the TLC she needed.

Bella is an absolute joy. She is sweet, cuddly, goofy, and playful. She loves outdoor adventures of all kinds and gets along well with other dogs. She has lots of energy on walks but is mellow and relaxed in the home. She can be cuddly and affectionate or give you your space if you prefer, and she has impeccable house manners (she asks to get up on the furniture, and she is perfectly behaved when left alone in the home!). She is a sweet, loyal, and active dog with a lot of personality and silly mannerisms that will make you fall in love with her!

One of our favorite things about Bella is how wiggly and excited she gets whenever we come home, and especially the way she “talks” to us when she is excited (a cute groan/whine that she now can do on command!). Bella also gets tons of compliments from passerby on the street for her beautiful chocolate coat and her super waggy tail whenever she meets new people or pups.


Regarding small animals and children:
While Bella plays very nicely with medium- to large-sized dogs, she has a tendency to chase small animals (e.g., squirrels) and therefore should not live in a home where there are small pets of any kind such as cats, small dogs, or birds. Similarly, Bella has met several children and done well with them, but because of her size and strength, she should also not be allowed to live in a home with small children under 12.

Bella is ready to start a new chapter of life full of fun and love. Please help give her the life she deserves! You will be so happy that you did!

Please reach out to the fosters, Rae (610-213-6178) or Zoe (215-498-1751) to hear more and meet Bella!
Meet Bella! This four-year-old 68 lb beauty was first picked up off the streets of NYC and brought to the public animal shelter in Manhattan. Once AmsterDog came to the rescue, Bella got into a foster home where she could get the TLC she needed.

Bella is an absolute joy. She is sweet, cuddly, goofy, and playful. She loves outdoor adventures of all kinds and gets along well with other dogs. She has lots of energy on walks but is mellow and relaxed in the home. She can be cuddly and affectionate or give you your space if you prefer, and she has impeccable house manners (she asks to get up on the furniture, and she is perfectly behaved when left alone in the home!). She is a sweet, loyal, and active dog with a lot of personality and silly mannerisms that will make you fall in love with her!

One of our favorite things about Bella is how wiggly and excited she gets whenever we come home, and especially the way she “talks” to us when she is excited (a cute groan/whine that she now can do on command!). Bella also gets tons of compliments from passerby on the street for her beautiful chocolate coat and her super waggy tail whenever she meets new people or pups.


Regarding small animals and children:
While Bella plays very nicely with medium- to large-sized dogs, she has a tendency to chase small animals (e.g., squirrels) and therefore should not live in a home where there are small pets of any kind such as cats, small dogs, or birds. Similarly, Bella has met several children and done well with them, but because of her size and strength, she should also not be allowed to live in a home with small children under 12.

Bella is ready to start a new chapter of life full of fun and love. Please help give her the life she deserves! You will be so happy that you did!

Please reach out to the fosters, Rae (610-213-6178) or Zoe (215-498-1751) to hear more and meet Bella!
Rescue

AmsterDog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
New York, NY 10274

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

To get the adoption process started AmsterDog Rescue, please fill out our online application at www.amsterdog.org/application.

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

Additional adoption info

For adoption inquiries, please contact AmsterDog Rescue at 917-689-8414 or info@amsterdog.org. To get the process started, please fill out our online application at www.amsterdog.org/application.
For adoption inquiries, please contact AmsterDog Rescue at 917-689-8414 or info@amsterdog.org. To get the process started, please fill out our online application at www.amsterdog.org/application.

Go meet their pets

For adoption inquiries, please contact AmsterDog Rescue at 917-689-8414 or info@amsterdog.org. To get the process started, please fill out our online application at www.amsterdog.org/application.
For adoption inquiries, please contact AmsterDog Rescue at 917-689-8414 or info@amsterdog.org. To get the process started, please fill out our online application at www.amsterdog.org/application.

More about this rescue

AmsterDog Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization comprised entirely of volunteers that is dedicated to the plight of abandoned animals and those at-risk in shelters through no fault of their own. All donations received provide necessities for placement such veterinary care, rehabilitative training, supplies, transportation, and other related expenses.
AmsterDog Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization comprised entirely of volunteers that is dedicated to the plight of abandoned animals and those at-risk in shelters through no fault of their own. All donations received provide necessities for placement such veterinary care, rehabilitative training, supplies, transportation, and other related expenses.