Adoptable Pitties of the Week: Daisy Mae & Eli
Bully Project has two new adoptable pitties!
Meet Daisy Mae! Her namesake is the beautiful Daisy Mae Duke from The Dukes of Hazzard, but this girl is anything but a hazard.
We rescued Daisy Mae from a municipal shelter in southern Westchester county where she had been dumped after being bred. She lived there for a month and quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite there. She was friendly with everyone who wanted to pay her some attention, and everyone else too.
If you’re looking for a first dog for your family, Daisy Mae might just be the dog for you. Despite her size, weighing in at just about 60 lbs, she’s a total sweetheart. She’s calm and relaxed at home, crate trained, house broken, and totally quiet. We haven’t heard her bark once. On leash, she’s a total delight, walking calmly at my side, happily greeting anyone who offers.
We estimate that Daisy Mae is approximately 2-3 years old, and she is already fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped. She’s got a clean bill of health, and her wiggly butt wiggles just enough to show it.
And isn’t her smile simply irresistible? If you or someone you know might be interested in adopting this total sweetheart, please send us an email. This girl is way overdue for a family of her very own who will love her forever – could that family be yours?
But are you looking for a puppy? Well, do we have a puppy for you! Meet Eli!
Eli is an 11-week old pittie puppy whose original owners weren’t able to give proper attention to. At only 8 lbs, he’s pretty small at the moment, but that’s not to say that when he’s full grown, he wont be a big strong boy. This sweet boy has got the good looks to steal the hearts of everyone you know and then some. And as you can see in this video, he’s already working hard on being a well behaved young pup:
We won’t fool you, though: puppies are a lot of work! Eli will need help learning house training, crate training, being calm at home when the family is just relaxing, and more. He’s at a point in his life where his mind is a sponge – and he picks up quickly – but he can’t do it alone.
LOOK AT THAT FACE! And he’s got a cute little dark brown dot right on the top of his head – it’s just the sweetest little marking. He’s going to make a great pet for a dedicated family who can help point him down the right path during his puppy and adolescent years.
Now don’t everyone e-mail us all at once for this puppy!