Hello time traveller!
This article is 712 days old.
The information listed below is likely outdated and has been preserved for archival purposes.
Justice, the dog found bound behind a store on Walker Road last December, has left the Humane Society to his furever home.
The adopter, “Mrs. P” from Essex County, does not want her or her daughter to be named, but have had a 2 week trial with Justice and have decided to adopt him. They signed the adoption papers today and left with Justice to start their new life together.
Mrs. P said she will keep his name Justice, as he already knows it. She adopted Justice as she and her 10-year-old daughter wanted a dog after they had recently lost theirs, and knew they wanted a rescue dog. Justice is a great fit for their home, and gets along great with her daughter she said.
Her daughter said that Justice is a “hyperactive, playful, and kind of crazy” dog, and she is very happy and excited to bring him home.
She disclosed that she wanted her family and Justice’s life to be private, saying that Justice is famous for being abused and “that chapter of his life needs to end.” She is ready to have Justice start his new life, where they will make him feel warm, protected, and loved.
Mrs. P had many praise for the Humane Society, giving them credit for not only helping Justice heal, but also for acclimatizing Justice to people after his ordeal.