A sweet Staffordshire bull terrier is looking for a new home after she was transferred out of harm’s way amid the damage done by Hurricane Ian.
The one-and-a-half-year-old pup named Snow White is currently available for adoption at Liberty Humane Society (LHS) in Jersey City, New Jersey.
She’s quite distinctive looking, too: She’s all white, with faint black spots.
Snow White and 89 other cats and dogs were airlifted out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Oct. 2, 2022 — all part of a mission headed up by Greater Good Charities.
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The airlift operation freed up space for many other pets that were displaced during the hurricane — and sent the first group of pets to shelters in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The bull terrier named Snow White was originally placed at a humane society in Broward County, Florida, an LHS spokesperson told Fox News Digital.
Now situated at a shelter in Jersey City, Snow White still thinks she’s a puppy and has “endless energy,” according to her new shelter.
“Her adorably freckled body is 39 lbs. of muscle and love,” LHS said.
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“She is a sweet girl who has been social with other dogs,” the shelter also said.
Snow White is highly treat-motivated — which will set up her new family for training success as she continues to learn good manners and impulse control.
The pup has been spayed, vaccinated and heartworm-tested — and is also microchipped.
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“She is ready for a loving new home,” LHS said.
Staffordshire bull terriers are known for being agile and courageous, according to the American Kennel Club — and their breeding over time has turned the once-brawling dog into a lovable companion.
The rock-solid breed, nicknamed “Staffie,” is said to be great with young children and affectionate with family.
Anyone interested in adopting Snow White can complete an adoption application online at libertyhumane.org/dogs.
An adoption counselor will be available to answer all questions, the shelter reports.
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