All the single ladies ~ All the single ladies ... Put a ring on Queen!!!
I am a true queen. Being the queen and my royal lineage. I want to have my family all to myself. I want to solely be the one for you and you for me. I'm a diva! I like some of my fellow K9's as long as they know I am Queen.
Queen is an absolutely gorgeous medium, red-nosed Pitbull Terrier. She came to Proverbs when her Foster Mom alerted us to the fact that she and her 7 puppies were going to be euthanized at a local shelter.
Queen has been through a lot in her short life and will require a forever family that will provide her with a nurturing, stable environment. She loves children , and a few other dogs. She is curious about cats, ; there are several in her foster home , and she has never bothered them. Queen is extremely bright, eager to please her people and loves to exercise. She would make an excellent hiking or jogging partner for an active family. She is heartworm negative and has been spayed.
Queen prefers ladies, but once she knows the men won't hurt her, she loves them too. We think Queen would be PERFECT for a single lady that has children and wants a dog that will appear to be menacing to strangers. Did we mention she LOVES children?
She will alert **Stranger Danger**
A fenced yard is required. If you are interested in Queen, please fill out an application.
A fenced yard is required. If you are interested in Queen please fill out an application.
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