My name is Kallie Sue!

American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Ashland, Virginia - Kallie Sue
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Hanover Humane Society

Facts about Kallie Sue

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
My friends with Hanover Humane will be placing me in a home in the Richmond, Virginia metropolitan area (counties bordering on Hanover Humane's facility in Ashland, Virginia).

Hello there! My name is Kallie Sue. I'm a people-loving pitbull mix(can’t you tell by the smile on my face?) who was born in August of 2004.   I love everyone here and get lots and lots of love and attention from the staff, and I would love to be in a permanent home with you.

I am completely deaf so I am a special needs dog. I'm very smart and know a little sign language.I would do best as the only animal in your home.

I walk very well on a leash, love my toys, and absolutely love to give kisses and have my tummy rubbed. Won't you please come to meet me? I promise I will love you unconditionally. The fee to adopt me is only $100 and I am fully vaccinated, spayed, heartworm tested, microchipped, and will come with 30 days of free health insurance when adopted.

If you'd like to meet me, please stop by the HHS facility on Route 1 (12190 Washington Highway) between 9AM and 12 Noon on Saturdays.

About Hanover Humane Society

About Our Rescue Group...

The Hanover Humane Society was organized in July 1986, and with the support of the public, raised $20,000 toward the construction of the new County Pound, which opened in 1990. Hanover Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are NOT affiliated with Animal Control or the County Pound. Animals enter our system either as strays, owner surrenders, or from the local pounds. These animals are given medical care, spayed or neutered, then placed in a foster home or stay at our facility. They are brought to adoption stands or can be seen at the kennel and given visibility on our website until they find a “forever” home.
We strive to educate the public on many topics including spay / neuter and proper treatment of animals. This is done through brochures, public speaking, and participating in many events each year that provide us with visibility.
The organization is funded through donations from the public and by holding fund raisers.

Come Meet Our Pets...

To meet our dogs: We are open Saturdays from 8:00AM to 12:00 PM. If you would like to meet our dogs during the week, please call (804) 798-8248 and make an appointment. Appointments are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. We are closed Wednesdays.

To meet our Cats: Our cats are housed in foster homes or in the Petsmart Adoption Centers at Virginia Center Commons and Mechanicsville. They are available to meet Saturdays at both Petsmart locations 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. To meet a particular cat in foster care, email us at to arrange a meeting.

Our Adoption Process...

The Adoption Process:

To begin the review process, please complete our adoption application on our website or obtain one at our adoption stands. To be considered a valid submission, the name of the animal which interests you must be included on the application. Please note that generic “any dog” or “any cat” applications will not be reviewed by our Adoptions Committee volunteers.
In addition, all other data elements appearing on the adoption application must also be completed. The applicant must agree to the terms and conditions of Hanover Humane’s adoption process, and the application must be signed and dated. Applications which are not signed and/or are missing information may constitute an invalid submission. Applicants must be 18 years of age, and the applicant may be required to provide proof of identification, such as a driver’s license.
Our volunteers accept adoption applications from various sites: at both of our Adoption Centers (Mechanicsville Petsmart and the Virginia Center Commons Petsmart), our kennel, and online. Frequently, we receive multiple applications for the same animal. Please note that we will review all applications to determine which home will best fit the animal’s needs. Since each animal is unique and has its own personality, needs, likes, dislikes, etc., our goal is to find the home best-suited for that particular animal. During the review process, our volunteers will work to find the best fit between the animal and a prospective home.
Once submitted, adoption applications become the documentation of Hanover Humane. Applicants will receive an application acknowledgment which outlines the time-frame for handling adoption applications. All applications are reviewed by our Adoptions Committee. Our Adoptions Committee is comprised of volunteers, many of whom work. While we know you’re eager about this adoption, please be aware that many of all our volunteers have full-time jobs, families, and other commitments. Because of these obligations, they’ll do their best to review your adoption application in seven days.
Should you be selected as the new home for one of our animals, our volunteers will contact you within the seven day period. Please understand that our volunteers aren’t always available to respond to emails or phone calls. Should you not hear from our volunteers regarding an adoption placement within 7 days, you may assume that we’ve found an alternate placement for the animal.
Please be aware that the review of an adoption application involves contacting past or current veterinarian(s), leasing agents, and personal references, as applicable and may also involve a home visit. Our goal is to place the animals from our program in a home which is appropriate based on the animal’s needs, temperament, where it will reside, etc. as well as the applicant’s history, experience, family, lifestyle, yard, housing situation, employment, other animals, etc. which affect the long-term health and safety of the animal under consideration. In addition, there may be other considerations which are animal-specific that will impact the animal’s placement such as the animal’s energy level and need for fencing, whether the animal has been socialized with small children and/or other animals, etc.