Breed: Pit Bull
Estimated Date of Birth: February 14, 2012
Location: Dallas, GA
Squiggy was being held as live evidence in a cruelty case involving possible dog-fighting. At Dekalb County Animal Control, his name was Fisher. He had a rescue commitment that fell through so we pulled him the day after Christmas in 2013 and named him Squiggy. Squiggy was heartworm positive, but he has undergone treatment and is now heartworm free.
Squiggy is a little guy, a pocket-pit, weighing in at only 31 lbs. His small frame is packed full of personality! He loves to hang out with his humans, and spend lazy days on his dog bed. His tongue hangs out the side of his mouth most times, so we think he may have some nerve damage, but it does not affect him in any way. He is a perpetually happy, healthy boy. Squiggy does get a little nervous around loud noises, and fireworks. He loves human affection and loves giving kisses, we feel he would do best in a home without small children. Squiggy LOVES all of his toys, he has a favorite stuffie, called Purple Ellie that he carries all over his foster home. He also loves spending time chewing on his nylabone. Squiggy has never chewed or destroyed anything in his foster home, or ever had an accident! He does well with other dogs. We have also found that Squiggy is nice and gentle with cats! His Foster Mom says that Squiggy is so much fun to have around, and he keeps her laughing every single day. He is full of life, and love. Squiggy has been with the rescue for 3 years now, and cannot wait for a family of his own!
Photo Album of Squiggy: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.631642063560630.1073741958.162554320469409&type=1&l=820bf38b0b
VIDEO: Squiggy Meets LB: http://youtu.be/R0hmDZzMoJw
VIDEO: Squiggy's (Fisher's) Freedom Ride: http://youtu.be/qIJ_bC5ooe0
VIDEO: Jason & Squiggy 1: http://youtu.be/yopPnyzAR-4
VIDEO: Jason & Squiggy 2: http://youtu.be/mM6qhYmX3iw
Our adoption fee is $250. All dogs are current on vaccinations, spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, on heartworm prevention, and are fed top of the line grain-free food.
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