I had a bit of a rough start to life but I'm beginning to understand that it can be really good. I love going for runs and walks and get really excited!! I am an excellent snuggler and love being close to my people.
BREED: American Pitbull Terrier mix
GENDER: Spayed Female
BIRTHDATE: October 2013
WEIGHT: 40 pounds
I'm housebroken and can use a doggie door. I had really bad anxiety when left alone when I first came out of the shelter but it's much better now! I don't do kennels or crates, they send me into a panic so if you plan to kennel me, we would need to work on that. I am allowed to run free in the house all day with my foster brother and sister and haven't had any problems. I will whine for a moment when you leave but then will settle in with the other pups.
I, actually, love other dogs and need a doggie buddy as I hate being alone!
I would do best with kids 10 or older as I am still a little mouthy when I play. With the help of my foster dad, I have made huge improvements though.
I am so excited to find my new home. I am an active and energetic, young girl so I would do best in a home that will make sure that I get the exercise I need. I am a very social girl so another dog would be great. Did I mention that I love to cuddle?
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