Breed: Pit Bull
Estimated Date of Birth: May 23, 2014
Location: Dallas, GA
Fe (pronounced FAY) ended up at Dekalb County Animal Control with what appeared to be a broken leg. Fe got her freedom ride on April 10th, 2015, the day she was slated for euthanasia. X-rays at our vet revealed that the neck of her femur and the ball of her hip appeared to be broken. She also has what appears to be an old crush injury to some of her feet. She has had surgery to correct her injuries and has completely healed.
Fe is an extremely happy girl. She does well with the kitties in her foster home and she enjoys playing with other dogs. She is fun and energetic so she may be too much for some dogs, but her canine foster-brother Mio really enjoys her silly antics! Fe is crate-trained and house-broken. She is also super snuggly and has tons of love to give. She would probably do best in a home with older children as she is energetic and could accidentally knock over a little one while trying to give kisses. Her foster family is working on getting her to stop jumping up on people when she is excited. She is a people pleaser and will work for treats! She knows sit, kennel up, and wait. She is happiest romping around with her energetic foster-brother, Mio and chewing on nylabones. Fe is also a very good retriever of tennis balls! She would love an active family that would play a good game of fetch with her every day. Fe can be a bit shy of new people, especially men, although she will warm up with time.
Photo Album of Fe: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.870140939710740.1073742102.162554320469409&type=1&l=42ae77583f
Video Playlist of Fe: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDnJXruR1h0f98poJED6hfiUVI9uZKML
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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