Deja would be best in an adult home or home with older children. She is very sweet but doesn’t realize how rough she can be at times. She loves attention and plays with her mouth by grabbing your sleeve. She does not do this in a mean way, just playful but it could scare or hurt a small child. She lives with an 9 year old boy at her foster home but she is always supervised and corrected when around him. She craves attention and wants nothing more than to be by her human’s side. Even if that means laying on a rug while they are on the couch watching tv, she is perfectly content.
Deja has been introduced to dogs of all sizes but she plays very rough and often upsets the other dogs. She has been with a trainer for a month and showed no aggression towards anyone. She played with other dogs but is VERY rough and would do best as an only dog or in a home with a very experienced handler. She is leash and crate trained. She knows Sit, Heal, Here and No. She is a very focused dog.
This “pocket pittie” is about 35-40 pounds. She knows “Sit” & “Kisses” in English & Spanish. If you are looking for a spunky sweet and sassy girl, then look no further!
Heartworms are very common in the strays found in the Houston area because they are transmitted by mosquitos, which are also very common. Unfortunately, Deja has heartworms, but has started her treatment to be cured of them within the year and her medications are included in her adoption.
Her adoption fee is $300, which includes her transport, travel crate and bed. She is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and the only thing she’s missing is a family to adore. If this little girl seems to be a perfect fit for your family, please email us at email@example.com or fill out the adoption application on our website, www.reggiesfriends.org under the Adoptables tab.
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