Hey! Read all the way to the bottom. You will see that I am still in Houston, TX but I want to get OUT of Houston and OUT of Texas so I can have a really good life. I want to see Texas in my rear view mirror!
Did you know THIS about pitties? Well, during World War II, we were used as babysitters! Yes, that’s right! If the lady of the house went outside to hang laundry, for instance, we would keep an eye on the kiddos and, if they cried or needed her, we would alert her to the children’s needs. Cool, huh?
Can you stand to hear even more stuff about me? I hope so. Here goes. I LOVE people (gotta have my peeps). I’m not crazy about all dogs, just some of them. I want to be the one-and-only. I don’t like kitty cats either. So, it’s just you and me, kid! I walk well on a leash unless I see a killer squirrel or a cat! I could save you from them! I am also learning to “heel” and my foster mom says that I am doing an excellent job. I will sit for a treat and accept it nicely and I LOVE my chew toys and chew bones. I’ll share them with you. OK? I will also share my love and devotion and I’ll even scratch your ears if you’ll scratch mine. Deal? Let’s go home!
So, what are you waiting for? If you would like for a great guy like me to go live with you, please email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 713-545-2519 or Theresa Eatherly at 713-291-5985. My adoption fee is $450 and includes my vetting, neutering, microchip, health certificate AND transportation on Pets LLC or Rescue Road Trips from Houston, TX to areas in the Northeast U. S. and will be arranged by the rescue group. (This is a courtesy posting.) Check out this segment from the TODAY show: http://www.today.com/news/puppy-rescuer-takes-dogs-4-200-mile-odyssey-loving-arms-2D79517768
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