WhenPeace for Pets first met Jersey, her “human” mom had entered a domestic violence shelter here in Stark County. Sadly, Lucy’s mom will never be able to take her back because she was killed by her abuser not long after she left the shelter . . . she was not able to make that “fresh start.” Jersey is now an orphan.
When we are unable to reunite a pet with its owner, Peace for Pets seeks an adoptive home for the pet as soon as possible so that they can begin adjusting to their new life.
Because Jersey is a pit-bull and does not get along with female dogs, it has been more difficult to find an adoptive home for her. Jersey’s foster family includes young children and a cat, and all of them get along great! She also gets along with male dogs, preferably ones that are near her age, very friendly, and like to play as she does.
Jersey is about 4 years old, spayed, up-to-date on her shots, heart-worm negative, and receives monthly heart-worm, flea and tick prevention. Jersey will need a fenced yard to play in, but could probably be trained to an invisible fence as she is very smart.
Jersey is very sweet, enjoys meeting new people, and loves to snuggle! She simply needs to be loved unconditionally. Please consider meeting her to see if she might fit into your home!
To meet Jersey, please contact Peace for Pets at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-484-9537.
An adoption application is required as well as an adoption fee. Peace for Pets provides a variety of support for the adoption to guarantee its success. If for any reason Jersey could not stay in her adoptive home, she must be returned to Peace for Pets.