In shelter Dog

Fultonham, New York, 12071
Black Mouth Cur, American Pit Bull Terrier
Tricolor (Tan, Brown & Black & White)
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Please contact Lisa and Dave (ldconner22@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.TO PURSUE ADOPTION, YOU MUST REGISTER ON www.safeatlast.net & THEN COMPLETE THE SAFE AT LAST ONLINE ADOPTION APPLICATION. Meet the Trinity 11 Litter – boys Toby, Tucker, Toro, Tips, Taps and Taite, and girls Tina, Tassi, Timber, Sara”Toga”, and Mus”Tang” Sally!Taps was one of the smaller pups upon rescue, needing a bit more TLC, but he's now caught right up with the rest of the group.  He is a fun happy pup! These pups & their momma (Sally) were dumped/abandoned in the woods in NC and left to die.  Fortunately, a good Samaritan saw them and took them in to care for them and ultimately get them to rescue.  Momma Sally was quite weak… and despite their and our best efforts with getting her medical attention, she became septic and did not survive.  Momma Sally gave everything she had to her puppies, and, in her memory, we are giving our all to finding her beautiful babies wonderful, loving forever homes.These pups were born on ~ 5/10/21.  Our best guess (no guarantee) is that they are Southern Cur/Pittie/Boxer mixes.  (See included adult photo of their mother, Sally.)  Right now (7/4/21), the pups range in size from 5 to 9 lbs.  We expect, but again cannot guarantee, that they will be medium-sized adult dogs (40-60lbs).  Despite their rough start to life, these babies are remarkably healthy and social.  All have been started on their medical – they have been bathed, dewormed and given their first “puppy shot” (parvo/distemper).  As to temperament/behavior, they are all happy, outgoing pups who love to play and be loved.  They are doing fabulously in foster care, reveling in new experiences every day – running, playing, exploring, and even swimming!!  They are very affectionate pups who love people attention.  They also get along well with one another, the adult dogs in their foster families, and, in one foster home, cats and chickens as well.  In short, these babies are extremely nicely tempered pups, each of whom will make a great addition to a loving, responsible home.  Of course, as is the case with all puppies, they will need continued basic training to lead them to become good adult canine citizens.  If you have the time, willingness and ability to commit to one of these babies for life, please apply with us.**Serious inquiries, please fill out the Safe at Last adoption application (as described below) - After you have submitted your application, a follow-up email is suggested to swiffer109@yahoo.com** TO PURSUE ADOPTION, PLEASE REGISTER ON www.safeatlast.net.  After you receive your password, please COMPLETE THE SAFE AT LAST ONLINE ADOPTION APPLICATION.  Once we have your application, IF WE FEEL YOU ARE A POTENTIALLY GOOD MATCH, we will contact you by e-mail to schedule the phone interview.  So, please check your spam.  Our review process is straightforward but involves the phone interview, reference checks and a home assessment.  AN ADOPTION FEE OF $425 (AND A REFUNDABLE $35 SPAY/NEUTER DEPOSIT, required by NYS law) ALSO APPLY. YOU CANNOT MEET THE PUPS UNTIL YOU HAVE BEEN APPROVED TO ADOPT.  WE CANNOT CONSIDER YOU UNTIL YOU HAVE SUBMITTED THE FULLY FILLED OUT SAFE AT LAST ONLINE ADOPTION APPLICATION.  Delay in submitting your application will put you behind other potentially suitable applicants.**Unfortunately, at this time, we are unable to adopt to Massachusetts residents due to the state's dog quarantine mandates** The pups are being fostered in Cobleskill, NY.  Approved adopters are required to go to the foster home to complete the adoption.   NYS Rescue Registry No. RR 087.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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