November 10, 2011  

StubbyDog’s Rescue Dog of the Week is sponsored by Zobo Pet Products, who will be giving away a free collar for every dog adopted through this program.

Ruby is a total love. She is a 6-year-old pit bull mix. Ruby is very friendly and has a sweet personality. She enjoys soaking up attention from everyone she meets, adults and children alike. Ruby knows basic obedience commands; she is house trained and gets along well with other dogs and cats. Ruby has a beautiful red brindled coat, an athletic 49 pound body and she always sports a happy smile. While she has a pretty mellow personality, she is also active and enjoys stretching her legs on daily walks. Ruby is a very good girl who will make an excellent companion for an active family. Ruby is spayed, micro-chipped, and up-to-date on vaccines.

Ruby was brought to the shelter, because her family could no longer afford to care for her. Please give this lovely lady a second chance; she would love to spend her later years with a loving, forever family. Ruby is available for adoption through the Humane League of Lancaster County, which is located in Lancaster, PA. For more information regarding Ruby, please check out the shelter’s website, or visit them on Facebook.

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One Response to “Ruby”
  1. MartinBentsen says:

    This is terrible!! I always adopt, because if you don’t, all those dogs get killed! 🙁

    I’m actually looking for people to become involved in a film I am making about a dog and it being rescued. The film could actually be summed up in the following sentence: After inadvertently causing a horrific accident, Kurt Lawson has lost all hope and feels that nothing can turn his life around, until he finds Dakota, a siberian husky who is much more than just any other dog. If you anyone reading this is interested, we are looking for small donations to help bring this film to the big screen.

    You’ll get credited and can get some great publicity as well. Help us show (through this film) everyone across the country how much their dogs lives are really worth!