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In shelter Dog

Newark, NJ, 07114
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Our hard working pup Hunter is training his little booty off to help him find a forever home! 

This boy is going through the "Put Your Best Paw Forward" training program and is looking for his forever home! Hunter is doing great with his commands, training, fun obstacle courses and working on walking skills. He hangs relaxed in the trainers office. Hes affectionate once hes comfortable, but he slowly needs to warm up to new people. Hunter is 5 years old and definitely a big mush once he opens up. He loves lounging and relaxing after training class. He LOVES a good ball time! Hes hysterical when he chases after the ball! Hunter is showing off more of his true colors and personality now that the trainers have gotten to know him more! 

This handsome hunk is an awesome, obedient dog who is graduating from training very soon!!! Please inquire to adopt Hunter! (Hunter does go to training multiple times a week for almost the whole day, please call 973-824-7080 to inquire if he will be at the shelter before dropping by!)
Fill out an adoption application for here: Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 55.5lbs Age: 6yrs 0mths 2wks Animal has been Neutered
Associated Humane Societies-Newark (973) 824-7080


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