Dog With A ‘Heart-Shaped Nose’ Needs A Forever Home For Valentine’s Day

If you don’t have a date for Valentine’s Day, we recommend going to your local shelter to find your forever love.

My favorite thing about my dog is that after a long hard day at work, she will jump up and give me endless kisses. That’s the great thing about dogs, they don’t care how much money you make, where you live, or how you dress. The only thing they want is love and attention.

Watson is an adult male American Staffordshire mix that is looking for someone to bring him home as their Valentine’s Day date this year.

Photo: Facebook / Second Chance NYC

Second Chance NYC says that he’s the perfect sidekick and loves going on adventures:

“I also love playing with my toys and hanging with my people. I’m an active guy and the perfect companion for hikes and long walks on the beach. I’ve been told I wear my heart on my nose. I think that means I’ll always love you and never let you down!”

He’s currently looking for a foster or adopter. Please apply at https://www.nycsecondchancerescue.org/

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