Hi my name is Nakita and I am a 2 year old Boston Terrier and Petite Pit Bull Mix. I am a wonderful size weighing in at 40 pounds! I am as sweet as can be and I love everyone! At my foster home I have a large foster brother who is my best friend! We play together all the time and we even share food! My foster dad says we act like an old married couple but I always tell him that I am too young to get married! I need to be an only dog or to go to a home with a male dog. One time a dominant female attacked me and I still have bad dreams about it. I tried to go to a home with a really sweet female lab but her large size intimidated me and it didn't work out.
I adore children and would love to go to a home with an active family! Sometimes on the weekends I go stay with my foster dad's friends family and their little girl paints my toenails! I feel so beautiful when I get back to my foster home! I love to go for walks but could use a little work on my leash manners. It would be great to to go a home with a fenced in back yard so I could run freely and play fetch! I must go to a home that has no cats. I get over excited when I see them and I try to chase them.
I am up-to-date on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, heart-worm negative and current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention. My adoption fee is $225. If you would like to put in an application for me please visit the Franklin County Humane Society website at https://fchsnc.formstack.com/forms/dogadoptionform_
If you would like more information about me please e-mail LEH4101@gmail.com. Thank you!
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