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Pit Bull Terrier Who Was Abused Needs Loving Home

Click through out photo gallery of some of the featured pets waiting at the Bergen County Animal Shelter located in Teterboro for their new homes. Read Angel's amazing story of survival and meet Elsie, Otto, Lucas and Banana Split.

The Bergen County Animal Shelter, located in Teterboro, always has many animals who are looking for a great home.

Each week Patch highlights the featured pets of the week. Click through the photo gallery to learn more about each one.

The Bergen County Animal Shelter is located at 100 United Lane in Teterboro. Call the shelter at 201-229-4600 or visit them on the web.

Donna Woods June 30, 2012 at 12:25 PM
I fostered Angel, she is a gentle soul. What she needs is a quiet couple or single person to just hang out with. She will be very loyal and just lay right next to you. She is still working on having patients for other dogs, and should not be in a home with cats. Angel deserves to have second chance in life, to have the second half of her life be filled with lots of love. I would be happy to help anyone who adopts her help her get settled in.
Wally Van Riper June 30, 2012 at 04:43 PM
Everytime I hear about a pitbull attacking a person, someone will always say "Well, the dog wasn't trained properly." What is it about pitbulls that they have to be trained to NOT attack people? You never hear about cocker spaniels attacking people. Or border collies. Or basset hounds. What up with these pitbulls?

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