· Small Pit bull mix (pocket pittie)
· Approx 38 lbs
· Between 1 and 2 years old
· Spayed and up on all vaccines, healthy
· Potty trained and crate trained
· Very loving, sweet and affectionate
· Timid and shy around new people and in new situations
· Extremely friendly with other dogs, very playful
· Submissive with dominant dogs (male and female)
· Good with cats
· Not good with young children only because their loud noises scare her
Zeke is an extremely sweet 1 – 2 year old pit-mix or pocket-pittie. We rescued her from a local animal control office after learning that she was at risk at being put down. We realized right away that Zeke had a rough past. She is very timid and shy with new people and in new situations, but is so loving and affectionate once she knows you. She is doing remarkably well since we adopted her and has come to know and love all the wonderful things about living in a home with a family who cares about her (sleeping on the couch, snuggling in warm blankets, eating treats throughout the day, etc.). She is now house trained as well as crate trained and is a healthy and energetic girl. She is spayed and current on all of her shots. She is wonderful with our other dogs and is submissive to both of them (male and female) and loves to play. She is also very good with cats, although she’d like to play with them too and they are not interested.
We are seeking a new home for Zeke because we have small children and the chaos associated with running, playing with balls and toys and squealing and screaming is very stressful for Zeke and causes her to act aggressively. Zeke would do wonderfully in a home without small children (older children would be fine) and a calmer environment. She is a sweet, loving dog that deserves a great home.
Contact Bev 804-248-3042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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