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My name is Pillow!

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog for adoption in Williston, Vermont - Pillow
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I'm being cared for by:
All Breed Rescue

Facts about Pillow

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9198664-A1051758
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

My name is Pillow, and I am a two-year-old Pit mix. I have been in foster care looking for my forever home for almost a year and a half! I am a good boy, but I have had a rough past. My foster parents saved me from the "kill list" from New York City Animal Control. While they love me dearly, they know that the right thing is to find my perfect forever home. The good news is I am super snuggly! I LOVE LOVE LOVE humans and attention!  All I want to do is spend every possible minute with you, whether it is doing chores around the house or watching movies. I am also very active and playful and I am content playing games like tug of war with you or sprinting around the yard with my favorite toy a "jolly ball". The bad news is while I love people, I would PREFER TO BE YOUR ONLY PET because cats are super fun to chase and I don't really know how to interact with other dogs. I could potentially live with the right canine sibling as I did in my original home, but with patience and training. I would really love a home with lots of room for me to run and people who have time to give me lots of attention and love. I could also live in a home with an active family looking for a new running or swimming partner. I am an all terrain kind of dog as I love running, swimming, hiking mountains and curling up on the couch. As long as I have a healthy outlet for my energy I am very well mannered and calm in the house. If you are looking for a constant companion, look no further!



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About All Breed Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission Statement:
Established in 1996; All Breed Rescue has rescued over 6,000 dogs from high kill shelters and has grown a vast network of volunteers and fosters in the process. As a compassionate non profit dog rescue, we work within the community through local schools, colleges and businesses to raise awareness of who we are and where we are going. As we aim for the future, we look to our community to aid us in saving more abused, frightened and neglected dogs of any breed, size and age through basic training, socializing and networking. It's with these actions we are able to place these abandoned dogs in caring fosters and loving homes here in the generous Northeast.

Our Adoption Process...

Please go to
www.allbreedrescuevt.com
For all of our adoption guidelines.
If you would like to meet one of our dogs please go to the website and fill out the application, then you will get a phone call or email to set up a time to meet the dog(s) and if you like them you will be able to take the dog home with you, if not, you're all set if you see another one you like.