Freeman Pibble was found roaming in North Preston, Nova Scotia, cut, swollen and skinny. Animal control brought him to the emergency vet in Burnside, and that’s when he came into my life! A week recovering and getting fixed up at Homeward Bound City Pound, and a week of home rest with me later, Freeman officially became a member of my family. And we couldn’t be happier!
About Preston’s roaming dogs: a lot of the pound’s strays come in from Preston. Most are pit bull type dogs, most are banged up pretty bad, and most are wonderful and sweet. The area is known for groups that dog fight, but sometimes these pups are chained out or in a pen and get away. We can’t ever really say 100% what the past of the Preston Pibbles are, dog fighting or just beat up by other roaming dogs, but we can give them a chance to be loved and secure. The pound has a volunteer walking program, and it was how I was introduced to the love and fun that is a pit bull type dog. It’s easy to volunteer, and the dogs will love you for it!