New Jersey Aid for Animals board member Kelly Matthews, a Gloucester Township resident, submitted the following press release to Patch:
Baby Face is one of the sweetest dogs you can imagine.
She is a 3-year-old American Staffordshire terrier that looks like she also has some English bulldog in her background. She is low to the ground, has some extra skin and makes the typical bulldog "grunty sounds" that make them so comical.
Baby Face came into the shelter emaciated, not much more than skin and bones and chained to another dog. This sweet girl has shown all the evidence of a life of terrible neglect but somehow she has kept her sweet disposition and hope for the future.
This is a well-mannered, friendly young dog with so much love to give. She needs a kind home that will show her that the world can be a wonderful place. Baby Face is currently staying in a foster home where she is being house broken and crate trained. She lives happily with three other dogs and loves ALL people. Her foster home reports that she is well-mannered in the house and would make an excellent family pet.
Please give Baby Face her second chance at a loving forever home.
If you are interested in Baby Face please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so you can fill out an application and set up a visit.
New Jersey Aid for Animals is a Winslow Township-based no-kill animal charity enriching the lives of animals by providing programs for domestic animals on wellness, humane education, and spay and neuter, with a focus on impoverished communities. It also reports cases involving and pursues justice for abused animals.