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In shelter Dog

Verplanck, NY, 10596
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
White / Cream
Remember Ridley? The last time we posted him, we shared heartbreaking images of him emaciated and curled up on the side of the road. He was broken down, confused, and horrified after being abandoned by his family. 

Well here is Ridley now– it’s hard to believe he’s the same dog! From being left to die alone to having the absolute time of his life in a loving foster home, Ridley is finally discovering what its like to be a dog. He is opening up more and more every day, learning the simple pleasures of life, like squeaky toys! He loves the vibrations they make (he is deaf and cannot hear the squeaks), tossing them all around and acting like a total goofball. 

Ridley is gradually adjusting to house life (he has likely spent the majority of his days outdoors) and is being taught house training and manners by his foster mama. He LOVES other dogs and we think he would thrive with another buddy to play with, keep him company, and show him the way! 

Every day brings new growth for Ridley, and we will keep the world updated on his progress until he finally finds his forever home!

If Ridley seems like the goofy boy for you, call Lisa: 914-469-6605
In foster (West Harrison)


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