Presa Canario

January 22, 2011 by staff 

Presa Canario, The town of Islip Animal Shelter is home to many adorable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens that are desperate to join the family right. The shelter is very proud to provide a healthy and welcoming environment for all of their pets
Looking to enter 2011 with a little hope? Well, the Islip Animal Shelter has the puppy for you! Meet Hope. She is an American Staffordshire terrier with a coat as white as snow.

Hope is a little hard terrier. She had to put up a struggle against its former owners who are not treated with great kindness. Although it may have been physically marked, his mind still hovering above. The shelter says she is an amazing girl and affectionate, and she is happy in all the attention that the housing is to give him.
She has not had an easy life and the shelter would like to see adopted by loving people who will show him what a family really. She is spayed and updated on all his shots and routine vaccinations. Hope’s Pet ID Tag No. 4048
If you were interested in a breed of dog more unique, the Islip Animal Shelter would be happy to introduce you to George. It is a “Presa Canario”race with a short coat of gray-brown fur. Housing cannot help but constantly refer to George as a guy superb.
Apart from his good looks, George has much to offer. This guy is brave and comes packed with personality. Like most mutts, he loves to play, especially with other people. Because of his race, away feeling that very experienced dog owners should support it. When you come down to meet this puppy Presa, there will be an adoption application specific, you can fill out.
The shelter reports George is worth and you’re sure to fall in love with his beautiful eyes goo-goo! He is neutered and current on all his shots and vaccinations. George’s Pet ID Tag No. 4074

Philip H. Armstrong, Attorney Copeland Rockville listed in court records online for the firearms conviction, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Arrangements were made to stop Copeland on 12 charges of cruelty to animals, but police are waiting until after undergoing a medical procedure already laid, said Cpl. Dan Frizzell, a spokesman for county police.
Police investigate if dog fighting was taking place at the residence, Friz said.
According to police, animal services officers went to the site on December 5? To conduct an unannounced inspection and found that 14 dogs were without water and shelter. There was another dog with “open wounds and untreated were consistent with dog fighting.”
The injured dog was seized and leads to the local veterinary hospital for treatment.
The owner received a series of improvements that should be made, but when Animal Services returned eight days later, they found that nothing had been made, police said.
Copeland received a civil citation for not providing sufficient water and a shelter for 11 dogs and two others badly attached.
A search warrant was executed on December 15, when drugs and weapons were found, Friz said.
All dogs were pit bulls involved, except pour’’UN man “Presa Canario, a dog like a pit bull, Friz said.

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