Pit Bull Gets Abandoned Because She Was ‘Too Nice’ And ‘Wasn’t Being A Guard Dog’ | Pit Bull Press | Positive Pit Bull News
Published On: Mon, Jul 1st, 2019

Pit Bull Gets Abandoned Because She Was ‘Too Nice’ And ‘Wasn’t Being A Guard Dog’

ORLANDO, Florida – One-year-old Ruby spent most of her first year of life in a shelter before she was finally adopted.

Sometimes things aren’t a perfect fit, and that applies to pooches too.

According to WKMG, Ruby the rescue dog was recently surrendered to Orange County Animal Services in Orlando, Florida, by her previous owners for being “too nice.” Ruby’s former caregivers thought they adopted a guard dog, but found that the canine “didn’t bark.”

The shelter told WKMG that along with being affectionate and quiet, the pit bull also knows obedience commands.

Ruby’s story caught the attention of a woman visiting the shelter, who posted about the pup’s predicament on Facebook which garnered thousands of shares.

Not surprisingly, the surrendered pup quickly found a new home with a family that knows they are getting a nice dog.

For those who wanted to adopt Ruby themselves, there are still plenty of sweet pets available for adoption at the shelter.

You can learn more about them at the Orange County Animal Services website.

Source: ZooLand

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