A dog rescued from a north Nashville dog fighting ring last month has found her new forever home.
Dolly was one of 30 pit bulls who was placed in Metro Animal Control’s care after being seized from a home on Pewitt Road.
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“Just because a dog has been treated badly, they are amazingly resilient creatures and they can totally bounce back,” Bernice Clifford with Animal Farm Foundation said.
Dolly underwent multiple examinations and behavioral assessments before she was placed with her new family.
It is unknown when, if any, of the other rescued dogs will be placed up for adoption.
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