Breed: Pit Bull
Estimated Date of Birth: May 2014
Location: Marietta, GA
Deno was a stray that landed at Fulton County Animal Control. He was covered in Demodectic Mange, ticks, and some kind of substance that smelled like motor oil. His feet were so swollen that it was painful for him to walk. Lucky for Deno, one of our foster families stepped up and we were able to pull him and keep him comfortable while he heals. Deno has been treated for an upper respiratory infection, demodex mange, and skin infection. He is now fully vetted and available for adoption!
Deno has never met a stranger and he has a very sweet personality. He is young, of medium energy, and good obedience. He lives in foster care with multiple other dogs and does wonderfully with them. He is respectful of the other dogs, although he really just wants to play. Although Deno does well with other dogs, he would do best in a home without small dogs, cats, highly excited dogs, or small children. He knows all basic obedience commands and he is pretty solid in his response. He loves to go on daily walks, enjoys hiking in the woods, and traveling in the car. In his spare time, he likes to play with toys or with other dogs, however, he also gets lots of pleasure out of relaxing in his crate or on the sofa. Deno is a really easy going boy. The ideal home for Deno would be a family or individual who is active and looking for a young play companion for their medium sized, medium energy dog.
Photo Album of Deno: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1055329641191868.1073742134.162554320469409&type=1&l=17fa372ce3
Deno comes with complimentary guardian training if required. To see him in action, watch his video at https://youtu.be/GZANt1RZzd8
More Video of Deno: https://youtu.be/NL3tzmk2vL8
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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