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My name is Devenna!

Pit Bull Terrier Dog for adoption in Bedford, New York - Devenna
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Rising Dove Rescue - NY Chapter

Facts about Devenna

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
NEW YORK LOCATION
DEVENNA IS LOOKING FOR A FOREVER HOME
Devenna is very happy 3 yr old pocket pittie weighing about 45lbs. She's super sweet and very affectionate with people & children. She is located in NY.
Devenna is spayed, up to date on shots, heartworm negative, microchipped, house-trained, and okay on lead.
She always had a home where she was the only pet, and was only surrendered when her owner was experiencing serious personal hardships. Thus, at present, Devenna is dog selective and is not good with cats.
Devenna is a strong little powerhouse, and loves to play Frisbee & run around with her tennis ball. At the same time she loves to cuddle & nuzzle and be with her people, to whom she gives lots of kisses and is very attentive.
Devenna is good with commands and will make a really great pet for a home where she's the only dog. However, with better socialization possibly under the supervision of a professional trainer she will eventually become better with other dogs. Rising Dove Rescue will happily provide professional training sessions with her new owner.
She would do best in a home where her new family will work with her and do the training sessions. It's a process but she's adorable and loving and worth a little bit of work to continue to help socialize her with other dogs.
Email》 Info@risingdoverescue.com

About Rising Dove Rescue - NY Chapter

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption / Foster Policy

Animals rescued by Rising Dove Rescue undergo an examination by a local veterinarian, are cleared of any medical conditions, and are fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered and mircochipped before being offered for foster or adoption. While we typically try to have a family in place for any rescued pet, there are times where a temporary boarding facility may be used while an appropriate setting is found or if pending transportation.

All members of the family must be present in order to foster/adopt. Rising Dove Rescue wants to make sure the pet is a good fit for everyone in the household.
If planning to foster/adopt a pet when there is an existing pet in the household, Rising Dove Rescue will ascertain whether the animals will be able to coexist in the household, and does their best to make sure that animals are paired appropriately and safely for all.
Applicants must be 21 years or older to adopt. Rising Dove Rescue will conduct background and reference checks for all applicants.
Applicants must provide proof of residence and when residing in rental property or condominium setting, must provide by-laws or lease agreement outlining policies for pet ownership.
Applicants must be willing to allow Rising Dove Rescue to make follow-up visits, either in person by a representative or by telephone.
Adopters are informed that in the event they are unable to keep the pet or offer it proper care, the pet must FIRST be offered back to Rising Dove Rescue before alternate arrangements are made.
Applications must be completed and approved prior to adopting an animal. Applications must include references and applicants must submit to a home check. Applicants and applications are reviewed by all partners of Rising Dove Rescue.
If approved, an applicant must sign a contract (the application) to adopt an animal which outlines the responsibilities of the adopter. If there is any addendum, the applicant will follow the recommendations on the addendum.
Our primary goal is to place animals in need and work within the United States with area rescue partners to do so.