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Meet Seven, a sweet soul, looking for a home

Seven is a survivor who is waiting for a forever home.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and in this case, that may be true. Look at Seven now. Kissing one of our volunteers and loving life. This is a very different dog from back in February when we picked her up off the street in Bridgeport, bleeding, emaciated and with serious injuries, including two broken legs. She had been left to die and people were seen kicking the cardboard box she lay in. 

We weren't sure that she would make it through the night or that she would ever be able to run and jump and enjoy life in a deserving home. But, Seven is a survivor. With a lot of help from her doctors and love from her foster family, Seven has recovered and blossomed into a beautiful young girl who loves to run like a Greyhound. At just 45 pounds, she is petite and sweet. 

Seven has come such a very long way. She is a sweet, happy dog now. Her physical scars have healed and her emotional ones are healing too. Seven likes to be with people and would prefer a home where she can receive a lot of attention.Seven is estimated to be just under a year old. She is full of energy and likes other dogs. Seven has been through so much – now she just wants a soft place to be - a place to call home, forever. 

Seven is located in Norwalk, Connecticut and is available for adoption to homes in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and New England. 

If you are interested in welcoming Seven into your family, please contact adoptions@bullybreedrescueinc.org

Bully Breed Rescue - www.bbrinc.org

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Leslie Yager January 18, 2013 at 03:59 PM
I met Seven and she is SUPER sweet! I hope a Patch reader comes through because this is a very special dog.
Larissa Watt January 20, 2013 at 07:12 AM
I hope she gets a wonderful home..

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