This sweet dog named Hawkeye was found as a stray, but not too long ago he was someone’s companion. It’s sad to realize that his human has not come forward to rescue this amazing dog.
Hawkeye is a big guy, but with his size comes a big heart and a gentle disposition. As his caretaker reported, our beautiful canine friend waited patiently in his cage for his turn to be walked, did not pull on his leash, and enjoyed his one on one time playing and jumping with a ball. As a welcome bonus, Hawkeye is already reported to be house-trained.
Part of his eyewitness report on July 12 stated:
“He is quite compliant, not objecting to my putting a bandana around his neck. He sits and stays on command and poses for pictures without tethering him. How much I love an obedient dog! Free in a pen, Hawkeye chooses to sit next to me, looks at me with tender eyes, lays down at my feet and wags his tail while receiving caresses. I love you so much, Hawkeye. You are my dream pet…Hawkeye was found as a stray. He was someone’s pet just yesterday, well cared for and well behaved… Now, Hawkeye is wth us at the Manhattan Care Center, hoping to start his life again, may be with you.
For more information:
Manhattan Animal Care Center
326 East 110th Street (between 1st and 2nd Ave.)
New York, NY 10029
Shelter Hours: 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week
Adoption Hours: Noon to 7pm, 7 days a week
AC&C adoption Fees are as follows:
Dogs and Puppies:
Up to 6 months: $150.00
7 months to 6 years: $75.00
7 years and over: $50.00
Time is very critical for these dogs. Please click here for information which will help guide you through the adoption or foster procedures.
So far Hawkeye’s story has been shared 200 times, but there are still no definitive arrangements to save him. This four-year-old gray and white pit bull mix is the perfect example of a well-behaved bully breed, who for no other reason than evil dog fighter criminals training these gentle souls to either fight for their lives or die, need their time in the spotlight to show what great companions they make as cherished family members.
A video of Hawkeye’s evaluation is included. Please share this dog’s story with your family, friends, and coworkers. Hawkeye deserves a long and loving life. Please refer to identification #A0970933.
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