Duke is a striking Brindle Pit Terrier. Duke was found as a stray roaming the streets of Cliffside Park and brought into the shelter by Humane Enforcement Agent John Rivera on January 19, 2014 At 100% muscle, this is what humans strive to achieve every day. Duke loves his toys squeaky or hard, loves to play, lives for attention and always wants to please. Watch out for all those kisses!
Duke is an active young dog approximately just over one year old now and is known to sleep just about anywhere. One can catch him time to time snoring, but don’t tell him that! He knows some commands and walks well on a leash. Duke loves everyone he meets and would love for you to come visit him and say hello.
Duke has been looking for his forever home and has not found that special someone to love him enough to adopt him. With Dukes personality, he does not belong in a shelter and needs someone to come rescue him. He is up to date on all his routine shots.
Duke is available for adoption to a loving home at the volunteer shelter, BC Protect & Rescue located at 302 2nd St., Cliffside Park, (corner of Walker St.). You can call us at 201-945-0649 or visit us on our website at www.BCRescues. Org or visit us on our facebook site at facebook.com/BCRescues.
Hours of operation is: Monday – by appointment, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 11a – 4p, Wednesday 11a – 7p, Saturday and Sunday 12n – 4p.
If you cannot adopt Duke, please help and sponsor him until a loving home can be found. Your donation is tax deductible.