Four large breed dogs that recently arrived at the New York Animal Care and Control facility in Brooklyn are in need of new homes.
The dogs were brought to the facility on Aug. 13, after their guardian passed away.
The dogs include 10-year-old Mike, a Neapolitan Mastiff mix, Mick, also a 10-year-old Neapolitan Mastiff mix, Maury, an 8-year-old Dogue De Bordeaux, and Marlon, another 8-year-old Dogue De Bordeax.
Both Mike and Mick are described as "very friendly," while Marlon is said to be "quiet, alert and responsive." Maury is said to be frightened in the shelter environment.
Animal Care & Control authorities say the animals are being evaluated for placement, including with its partner rescue groups and a potential reunion with their former guardian's next of kin.
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Editor's Note: A previous version of this story indicated the dogs would be euthanized on Aug. 22 if they were not adopted. There is no set date for euthanasia for animals coming into Animal Care & Control of NYC and the four dogs are being evaluated for placement.