Happiest. Dog. Ever.
Mme Curie was relinquished to the shelter by her family due to "not enough time." Curie is one of the happiest dogs we have ever seen and has a GREAT pittie smile! Curie is a typical young dog: active, smart and happy. She is almost two years old and a tiny pit, weighing in around 40lbs. She loves being involved, and is a complete ham around people. She will chase the cat, but not to hurt it and is great with smaller/same size dogs. She loves puppies! She is very fast and would make an excellent agility, hiking or jogging/walking partner! This is a girl who needs activity to be her best self, so if you are looking for an active companion, Curie is your girl!
P.S. She loves sweaters in the winter.
Curie's adoption fee is $200. All MVPC dogs are heart worm tested, completely vetted, spayed/neutered, microchipped, crate trained and on a great potty training schedule.
Curie is a candidate for an extended range adoption. Meaning, we are willing to go well outside our adoption radius for the right home as long as we are able to do a home visit using our network.
ALL inquiries begin with a submitted adoption application, which is found on our website, www.miamivalleypitcrew.com. DO NOT USE THE PETFINDER/ADOPTAPET CONTACT/ADOPT BUTTONS--we are unable to monitor those--only submitted applications through our website will receive a response once approved. We do not adopt to individuals under the age of 25 and do not consider an electric fence a form of confinement. Thank you for your understanding!
Adoption photo is courtesy of Dogpatch Pet Portraits, https://www.facebook.com/dogpatchpix/?fref=ts
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