TO BE DESTROYED - 10/01/14
Brooklyn Center - New York

Ruff ruff, my name is Lola. My Animal ID # is A1014670.
I am a spayed female tricolor pit bull mix. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years old.

I came in the shelter as an owner surrender on 09/20/2014 from NY 11413, owner surrender reason stated was “No Time”. 

You can call (212) 788-4000 for automated instructions.

Warning, the following is a graphic image:


If you adopt a stray, formerly chained adult male pit bull and bring him in your house do NOT let him around your kids. It is dangerous. He is going to want to cuddle all day. Your kids will stop listening to you because they are “busy loving Oscar”. He is unstable. We never know when he is going to kiss one of us or try to crawl in our laps. We know this image is hard to look at but we thought America should know the truth about this dangerous dog. - Oscar’s Family



Least Likely to be Adopted

LaNola Stone’s concept was to make “fashionesque images” of the longest in residence at the dog pound near her home (some dogs had been there over six months). She specifically asked for the dogs that were the “least likely to be adopted” and took their portraits to represent them with personality, youth and “edge” in order to aid their adoption. All the dogs included in the series were adopted.

Brookhaven, NY 

Trigger has waited at the shelter for THREE YEARS!

9/11/12 will make Trigger’s three-year mark of staying at the Brookhaven Animal Shelter. Day after day and year after year, Trigger sits and waits for his forever home. Trigger is a gentle soul who wants nothing more than a home of his own. Trigger has great manners, an extremely gentle touch when taking food and a wish to be the only dog in a home. He has been at the shelter for so long that he has forgotten how to interact with other dogs and he would do best as your “one and only”.

Please contact the Brookhaven Animal Shelter if you can foster or adopt (631) 286-4940

Pet ID# 09-1643

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ATTENTION: this baby’s name is Huckleberry. He is only 1 year-old and if he is not adopted within the week, he will have to be put down. If any of my followers IN THE CHICAGO AREA would like him, he is at Waukegan Animal Control! Let the boy live!