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https://plus.google.com/117522620718992771154 Blue16ty : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

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https://plus.google.com/101879598416052559395 kamel S. : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

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https://plus.google.com/109038242279033395739 Chun Wo Leung : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/photos/a.611290788883804.1073741851.152876678058553/875113185834895/?type=3&theater
#urgentpart2  
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https://plus.google.com/101999701075540348069 siam siam : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/photos/a.611290788883804.1073741851.152876678058553/875113185834895/?type=3&theater
#urgentpart2  
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https://plus.google.com/116293168717950685108 Johnny Poole : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/photos/a.611290788883804.1073741851.152876678058553/875113185834895/?type=3&theater
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https://plus.google.com/109957786385005733903 David Uzee : My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470. I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks...
My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470.
I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS old.
*$150 DONATION to NEW HOPE RESCUE that pulls!!*

I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/18/2014 from NY 11229, owner surrender reason stated was HOME SIZE.

MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
10/03/2014 Exam Type VACCINATE - Medical Rating is 1 - NORMAL , Behavior Rating is EXPERIENCE, Weight 69.2 LBS.

No Final Exam

09/18/2014 PET PROFILE MEMO
09/18/14 14:08 NAME Simba REASON FOR SURRENDER Due to new living arrangements, owner no longer has adequate space to keep the dog. RELATIONSHIP Simba's previous owner received him 2 years ago from a friend. He is currently about 2 years old. PEOPLE Simba lives in the house with adults. Around children he is usually relaxed and playful, and when he does play with them he is usually gentle. His previous owners stated that he is usually friendly toward strangers once he gets to know them. He has never bitten anyone or any other animal. OTHER ANIMALS He has not lived with any other animals, but he has interacted with other dogs and cats. He is usually respectful of other dogs and plays exuberantly with them. He is usually aggressive toward cats and will chase them if he sees them. PERSONALITY/HABITS He has been described as playful, affectionate, excitable, shy, and anxious. He is very active and he loves going for brisks walks on leash, going for runs, and playing in the yard at least 7 days a week. He also loves playing wit squeaky toys and balls and his favorite games are chase and tug. He is friendly if you touch his bowl while he is eating, or if you take away a treat or a toy. He enjoys receiving baths, being brushed, and having his nails trimmed. He is friendly if you move him off the furniture or if you have to restrain him for any reason. When you are home, he tends to stay in a favorite spot. He eats both dry and canned food and his preferred brands are Beneful and Purina Dog Chow. His favorite treats are dog bones and chicken and salmon treats. He usually slept in his room. He prefers to go potty on the grass or the cement. TRAINING He knows "sit, come, down, and stay." He has been crate-trained and he usually does well for about 6 hours. He is usually well behaved when left alone in the house, but he soemtimes he may bark or whine. He is never left alone in a yard. When he is walked off leash, he wanders some, but he usually comes back when called. He is mostly house-trained and he rarely has accidents. BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE During the intake he had a hard body and growled at everyone who passed. He did not allow handling and did not seem to be too fond of strangers.

10/01/2014 WEB MEMO
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?

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TO BE DESTROYED - MONDAY - 10/20/14
TO BE DESTROYED 10/20/14. Brooklyn Center - P My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470. I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS old. ***$150 DONATION to NEW HOPE RESCUE that pulls!!*** I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/18/2014 from NY 11229, ...
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https://plus.google.com/109358876641606075053 Patti Huffman : My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470. I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks...
My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470.
I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS old.
*$150 DONATION to NEW HOPE RESCUE that pulls!!*

I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/18/2014 from NY 11229, owner surrender reason stated was HOME SIZE.

MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
10/03/2014 Exam Type VACCINATE - Medical Rating is 1 - NORMAL , Behavior Rating is EXPERIENCE, Weight 69.2 LBS.

No Final Exam

09/18/2014 PET PROFILE MEMO
09/18/14 14:08 NAME Simba REASON FOR SURRENDER Due to new living arrangements, owner no longer has adequate space to keep the dog. RELATIONSHIP Simba's previous owner received him 2 years ago from a friend. He is currently about 2 years old. PEOPLE Simba lives in the house with adults. Around children he is usually relaxed and playful, and when he does play with them he is usually gentle. His previous owners stated that he is usually friendly toward strangers once he gets to know them. He has never bitten anyone or any other animal. OTHER ANIMALS He has not lived with any other animals, but he has interacted with other dogs and cats. He is usually respectful of other dogs and plays exuberantly with them. He is usually aggressive toward cats and will chase them if he sees them. PERSONALITY/HABITS He has been described as playful, affectionate, excitable, shy, and anxious. He is very active and he loves going for brisks walks on leash, going for runs, and playing in the yard at least 7 days a week. He also loves playing wit squeaky toys and balls and his favorite games are chase and tug. He is friendly if you touch his bowl while he is eating, or if you take away a treat or a toy. He enjoys receiving baths, being brushed, and having his nails trimmed. He is friendly if you move him off the furniture or if you have to restrain him for any reason. When you are home, he tends to stay in a favorite spot. He eats both dry and canned food and his preferred brands are Beneful and Purina Dog Chow. His favorite treats are dog bones and chicken and salmon treats. He usually slept in his room. He prefers to go potty on the grass or the cement. TRAINING He knows "sit, come, down, and stay." He has been crate-trained and he usually does well for about 6 hours. He is usually well behaved when left alone in the house, but he soemtimes he may bark or whine. He is never left alone in a yard. When he is walked off leash, he wanders some, but he usually comes back when called. He is mostly house-trained and he rarely has accidents. BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE During the intake he had a hard body and growled at everyone who passed. He did not allow handling and did not seem to be too fond of strangers.

10/01/2014 WEB MEMO
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?

#nydeathrowdogs #urgentpart2
TO BE DESTROYED - MONDAY - 10/20/14
TO BE DESTROYED 10/20/14. Brooklyn Center - P My name is SIMBA. My Animal ID # is A1014470. I am a male tan and white pit bull mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS old. ***$150 DONATION to NEW HOPE RESCUE that pulls!!*** I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/18/2014 from NY 11229, ...
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https://plus.google.com/109957786385005733903 David Uzee : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/photos/a.611290788883804.1073741851.152876678058553/875113185834895/?type=3&theater
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https://plus.google.com/117536149983384096758 Catherine Beevers : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED...
2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

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2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Mon Oct 20 Brooklyn NY
HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

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HOW MANY TIMES CAN A GOOD DOG BE FAKE PULLED BY MOP'S? You know they won't keep Simba alive forever, while people are having fun, playing around with his life...
A volunteer writes: Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! 

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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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https://plus.google.com/114857477911241260750 Diana van slogteren : 2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Sun Oct 19 Brooklyn NY SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight...
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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Sun Oct 19 Brooklyn NY
SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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2 Year Old SIMBA to be destroyed Sun Oct 19 Brooklyn NY
SIMBA is available for PUBLIC ADOPTION tonight!!
A volunteer writes: "Simba has the most beautiful sandy brindled coat, with a grayish-white mask around his face that almost gives him the appearance of an elder dog. While he is far from old, Simba definitely seems full of wisdom! When I first met him he was wagging his tail in his cage and eager to come out, but very unsure about (and very skilled at dodging) the slip leash this stranger was trying to put over his neck! With the help of a staff member that would fit in with the best lassoing cowboys, Simba and I were off! He pulls strongly to get outside, but once he's relieved himself he is easy on the leash. He loves treats and is very friendly. He enjoys being pet and wags his tail when we pass a group of children. During our walk I became so smitten with Simba I forgot about his earlier leash-shyness and decided to play with him in the yard. Simba loves to run and gets the zoomies! He is so handsome and really majestic when he runs - he has a broad stance and the best smile! When it was time to go in, Simba had other plans! He would let me approach him and love on him, but at the first sight of that leash Simba play bowed and galloped off in the other direction! It took me what felt like an eternity to catch him, but in that time I learned several things about him. Simba loves fetch; he brings the ball right back and will drop it and then push it towards me with his nose. Simba will let someone he's just met attempt to tackle him and stay friendly! Simba seems very appropriate and friendly around other dogs, as he greeted several that passed us. And finally, Simba is very smart and good at reading people! I was finally able to catch him when he caved and needed to get some water. Simba quickly figured out when he should welcome the leash - he is no problem to take out of his cage now, and though he's still reluctant to go back, we've managed to have several play sessions in the yard without another "Marley and Me" incident! The more time I spend with Simba the more fond of him I grow - I love this dog! Please come meet him at Brooklyn ACC! Another volunteer writes: Simba is a young man--barely two years of age. He just adores a strut around the block. Maybe it can be your block. Maybe Simba can be your new best buddy. He is waiting for you. When can he expect you?" His time runs out at noon tomorrow. 

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