Miami-Dade Animal Services employees found a thin Pitt Bull tied to the door of a home at 1711 NW 68th St. with a rope. Shelter workers are now looking for a forever home for the dog, but it has to be outside Miami-Dade County because of a Pitt Bull ban.
Miami-Dade Animal Services employees found a thin Pitt Bull tied to the door of a home at 1711 NW 68th St. with a rope. Shelter workers are now looking for a forever home for the dog, but it has to be outside Miami-Dade County because of a Pitt Bull ban. Miami-Dade Animal Services
Miami-Dade Animal Services employees found a thin Pitt Bull tied to the door of a home at 1711 NW 68th St. with a rope. Shelter workers are now looking for a forever home for the dog, but it has to be outside Miami-Dade County because of a Pitt Bull ban. Miami-Dade Animal Services

Miami-Dade seeks home for pit bull found tethered to abandoned home

July 21, 2015 03:58 PM

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