Meet Bee Balm and Henry — a Pitt Bull Terrier mix and American Staffordshire Terrier who are looking to find their forever family in the Hoboken, Jersey City, or North Jersey area. Bee Balm is a young, energetic girl and Henry is a great mix between fun and lazy. Read on to learn more about Bee Balm and Henry and how to adopt either pup.
Name: Bee Balm
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier mix
Weight: 58 pounds
Ideal Home: Bee Balm would do best in an adult home or one with teenaged-children
Kids: Teens and up
Crate-Trained: No, Bee Balm prefers to be baby gated
House Trained: Yes
Other training: Knows sit, lay down, and roll over
Leash Manners: Bee Balm pulls, but not too hard. She also likes to roll.
Personality: Bee Balm is a young, energetic girl. She loves to kiss your face and get belly rubs. She is very bright and learns new tricks quickly.
Why she/he was brought to the rescue: Bee Balm was found roaming the streets of Jersey City.
For adoption information on Bee Balm, click here.
Breed: American Bully
Weight: Approx 50 pounds
Ideal Home: Henry is a shyer dog around new people who quickly comes around and covers them in kisses. He needs a home that will show him how much people love him and respect that he needs a second to warm up. He is a sweet, gentle boy who will shower you with tons of affection. Henry would do well living with another dog who is confident and can show him the ropes.
Crate-Trained: Henry is not being crate trained and is fine when left alone in the apartment.
House Trained: Yes
Other Training: Henry is a people pleaser and has already learned “sit” and “wait.” His adopters will need to continue his training.
Leash Manners: Henry is a strong boy on a leash and needs to learn to pull less.
Personality: Henry’s foster mom describes him as sweet, shy, cuddly, and goofy. He’s sure to bring a smile to your face and give you lots of love and snuggles. Henry is a medium-energy pup who enjoys sunbathing, playing with soft squeaky toys, cuddling on the couch, and playing in the backyard. He’s a great mix of fun and lazy.
Why she/he was brought to the rescue: Henry was transferred to WISE from a local, municipal shelter.
For adoption information on Henry, click here.