Hi there! My name is Brandi, or like my foster mommy calls me Brand Muffin. I am a two year old red nose pitbull. I live in a foster home with 4 other dogs, but I like to take things slow, so if you have a fur baby that you would like me to meet we have to have a few play dates before my foster mommy allows me to go home! As you can tell my foster mommy is protective over me and loves me very much, and I love her just as much...if not a little bit more. You see my foster mom is all I have ever had...I have never had a home to call my own...or a human to love. You see my start to life was not really that great. I was going to be used for breeding, and when I refused to cooperate, the people who had me were going to dump me but Eleventh Hour stepped in to ensure my safety. When I first went into foster I had no idea what manners were, my leash skills were horrid, and I was the pickiest eater. . .but over the last 7 months my foster mommy and I have worked endlessly, and with a lot of patience,time, and a whole lot of love I've transformed into an amazing dog. Foster mom tells me every day how proud she is of me and how much she loves me. I love going on walks, and I LOVE car rides. I enjoy playing with my fur siblings but being the only dog wouldn't be so bad either. I do need exercise because I love to run and play fetch. I know how to sit, stay and come. I am house trained and crate trained. I need a home that doesn't have a ton of traffic in and out, a fenced yard is preferred but not needed, and a home with a whole lot of love. Oh I may have forgotten to mention.... I really am not a fan of cats and need a home without them. Foster mom keeps telling me that my forever home will come one day, but I can stay with her until then... I guess I am pretty lucky we found each other.
If you are interested in meeting me please fill out an application and my foster mom will be in contact with you, oh yeah and don't forget to mention my name Brandi!
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