Niagara Gazette — "He's adorable," Bauer said. "He's all over our Facebook and our webpage. He loves kissing, he's so happy to be around people."
Dillon, a four-month-old pit bull, was found by Bauer on 24th Street about two weeks ago. At a time in his life when he should have weighed between 25 and 30 pounds, Dillon came in at nine. So after a conversation with the puppy's owner, he said, they agreed to surrender the dog to the shelter, where he's gained two pounds and supplied a lot of happy-go-lucky licks.
Whether you enjoy kisses or pepperoni, or both, Bauer said the event is going to be a good time for everyone.
"This is going to be a very fun event," he said. "Everyone will be able to sample a lot of pizza, And the restaurants will be able to hand out menus and get new customers. It's a cheap way to advertise and support shelter at the same time."