Pit Bull terrier mixbreeds were discovered tied to a tree in town

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:16

    WARWICK-It's a life or death situation. Two female pit bull terrier mixbreeds were discovered tied to a tree at the Town of Warwick Recycling Center on Monday, Oct. 4 at 5 a.m. Warwick Police contacted animal control and both dogs were admitted to the shelter. One is all tan with a short muzzle and the other is brindle in color with a long snout. Both are short hair adult dogs. "Unless we find out something about the background of these two dogs, due to overcrowding at the shelter, both dogs may have to be euthanized after the seven day holding period," said humane society president Suzyn Barron. "We cannot create cage space that simply does not exist," she added. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Warwick Valley Humane Society at 986-2473 or on their confidential animal cruelty line, 987-7336.