Brooklyn, NY – What do energetic pups need? Playtime, exercise, mental stimulation, and loving attention. For a year-old pup named Supreme, none of these things have ever been part of his life.
Prior to being taken in at the Manhattan Animal Care Center, Supreme lived the bulk of his days locked in a crate. Imagine the sadness and frustration this puppy faced when he was denied the energy outlet that he craved.
And now, he is locked in a kennel run at a busy animal care center because his former owner surrendered him, citing “no time.”
Supreme’s lack of freedom…his lack of playtime, exercise, love, and mental stimulation is taking a toll. Supreme’s adoption profile states:
Supreme is on emergency placement for behavior reasons. He is described as a friendly, outgoing dog and has shown this behavior when comfortable with handlers at the care center. However, he is an active, playful dog who is deteriorating in the shelter environment
A volunteer says:
Supreme is SUPREMELY social. Gentle, friendly, and playful, Supreme greets everyone like he’s known them his entire life. He solicits play with new friends, galloping and hopping around.
Time is not on Supreme’s side. Dogs who deteriorate at the shelter are put on the list to be euthanized. You can help change Supreme’s fate by sharing his adoption information.
Find his adoption profile here.
Animal ID is #173351
Address: 326 E 110th St, New York, NY 10029
Phone: (212) 788-4000
Note: Please contact the shelter directly. Animal Victory is NOT the point of contact and has no affiliation with this dog, or this shelter facility. Thank you.