Meet Clyde and New York Yankees — a Pitbull Terrier and a mixed breed looking to be adopted out of Bloomfield Animal Shelter or Waldo’s Rescue Pen and into Essex County, North Jersey, or NYC homes. While both of these dogs may have different personalities, they are each looking for a family to make memories with for many years to come. Read on to learn more about Clyde and New York Yankees and how to adopt either of these dogs from Bloomfield Animal Shelter or Waldo’s Rescue Pen.
Breed: Pitbull Terrier
Weight: 50 pounds
Ideal Home: Clyde would do best in a calm home.
Kids: Yes, 12 and older.
Dogs: Clyde prefers submissive females — no male dogs.
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House Trained: Yes
Other training: Clyde knows basic commands.
Personality: This senior still has some pep in his step. Clyde loves everyone he meets. He wiggles his butt when it’s mealtime, he loves to play and roll around in the yard, and enjoys naptime. He would do great in most homes, as the best part of his day is time spent with people.
Why she/he came to the rescue: Clyde’s actual owner falsely reported him to be a stray dog. BAS quickly found out the truth, and vowed to find this senior gentleman the home he deserves.
If you are interested in adopting Clyde, fill out an application here.
New York Yankees (aka Lou)
Name: New York Yankees (aka Lou)
Breed: Mixed breed
Weight: Around 50 pounds
Ideal Home: New York Yankees would do best in an active home.
Kids: Yes — he’s a big strong guy but when supervised, he’s fine with kids.
Dogs: Not sure but it is probably best for him to be the only dog.
Cats: Not sure but it’s probably best for him to be the only pet.
House Trained: Yes
Other Training: New York Yankees knows ‘sit’.
Leash Manners: New York Yankees walks with harness and leash, is very curious about everything, has a tendency to walk briskly, is very excited by other dogs, and wants to sniff everything.
Personality: New York Yankees is chill, has bursts of energy, is not clingy, is not too affectionate with kisses, sweet (never shows teeth), hardly barks, likes to fetch, loves to chew (be careful what you leave around), loves meeting new people and dogs, always near, loves to socialize, and aims to please.
For New York Yankees’ adoption information, click here.