This “Snow White” dog was forced to move from Florida to New Jersey by Hurricane Ian, and she now requires a home.

A loving Staffordshire bull terrier was moved out of harm’s way during Hurricane Ian’s devastation and is now searching for a new home.
The Liberty Humane Society (LHS) in Jersey City, New Jersey, is presently accepting adoption applications for the 1.5-year-old puppy known as Snow White.
She has a very unusual appearance as well; she is entirely white with very small black dots.

On October 2, 2022, Snow White and 89 more cats and dogs were airlifted out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as part of a mission led by Greater Good Charities.

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The airlift effort brought the first set of animals to shelters in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, freeing up space for many other animals that were displaced during the disaster.

According to an LHS spokeswoman who spoke to Fox News Digital, the bull terrier known as Snow White was initially adopted from a humane society in Broward County, Florida.

Snow White is currently housed at a shelter in Jersey City, where she is described as having “endless energy” and the mentality of a puppy.
Her 39 lbs. of muscle and affection make up her sweetly freckled figure, according to LHS.
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The shelter added, “She is a beautiful girl who has been social with other dogs.”
Snow White is strongly motivated by treats, which will help her new owners train her successfully as she develops etiquette and self-control.
In addition to being microchipped, the puppy has had heartworm testing, vaccinations, and spaying.
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She is prepared for a loving new home, according to LHS.

According to the American Kennel Club, Staffordshire bull terriers are noted for being bold and agile, and their breeding over time has transformed the once-brawling dog into a beloved companion.

The steadfast breed, known as the “Staffie,” is reputed to get along well with young children and be devoted to family.
On libertyhumane.org/dogs, prospective adopters can fill out an online adoption application for Snow White.
According to the shelter, an adoption counselor will be on hand to address any inquiries.

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