Animal Magnetism


Pet Profiles by Marie Havens


January 2012

1: What’s your name?


2: Who do you belong to?

I don’t currently have a home or family outside of my rescue.

3: What’s your breed?

I am a Pit Bull Terrier.

4: When & where were you born?

I am about 3 years old but no one in my rescue knows when I was born.

5: Why did you arrive at the rescue?

My rescue found me in the Philadelphia Animal Control. I was a former bait dog and covered in wounds and hot tar when I was found in an empty lot in Philadelphia PA.

6: How would you describe your personality?

I am a very fun, happy go lucky kinda guy!

7: What do you like to do in your free time?

I love to run and play with toys; I also like to be carried around.

8: Do you get along with other dogs and cats?

I am a friendly guy but am still working on my socialization skills with other dogs, I would love a home with an understanding dog companion.

9: What would be your dream home?

A home filled with lots of treats, toys, food, treats, love, treats. I love treats!

10: Where can your new family adopt you?

NEPA Avail-a-bullies.


Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc. is a Pennsylvania not for profit organization that provides education and assistance to pit bull owners in Luzerne County, PA and beyond. Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc. offers programs to assist owners as well as pit bulls. NEPA Avail-a-bullies is a rescue program offered by the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc. to help rescue and rehome pit bulls into loving and responsible homes.

The Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners NEPA Avail-a-bullies program does not put a time limit on how long a dog will be with their rescue. Every dog taken into their rescue is given as much time as needed to find the most appropriate home based on each dog as an individual. The NEPA Avail-a-bullies program is a foster home based program; this allows the dogs to be in a home environment while awaiting their adoption. Foster homes provide a safe home for dogs that need to recover from illness or are out of time in a shelter. Foster homes also set up the dogs for a more successful adoption by giving them the experience of living in a home. What also sets the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owner’s apart from other rescues is that they are not only rescuing and rehoming pit bulls but are assisting current and future pit bull owners to be responsible owners through their programs as well as training, education and socialization. For further information on donating, volunteering, fostering or adopting please visit the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc.

Websites at www.lcpoinc.org and nepabullies.petfinder.org

Special thanks to Christine Moskowicz, Tracee Kremski and the LCPO foster families for helping to save the lives of pit bulls in need! We are honored to feature animals currently in need of a loving and safe home. For further information about all animals currently available, please contact the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc. To help save and rescue dogs like Dudley thru a charitable donation please contact the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc.

Adoptions are first-come, first-serve & PMc Magazine is not responsible for immediate or pending adoption status updates. Any dog, cat, or animal featured could be adopted during the time this profile is published. Please contact the Luzerne County Pit Bull Owners, Inc. for immediate information regarding available dogs. Ultimately we hope all dogs profiled are adopted

Questions by PMc Magazine

Questions Answered on Behalf of Dudley by Christine Moskowicz

Edited by Marie Havens

Photography by Christine Moskowicz

Design by Marie Havens


Dudley, 2012, Photography by Christine Moskowicz

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