Hello…My Name is Jane.
I am a young 6 year old pit-bull mix. I have been waiting for a home since August of 2014.
I was very scared when they first brought me to the shelter. Everyone there was very kind to me, but I was still very stressed in the kennels, so a volunteer is fostering me in their home now.
I have been a very good girl at my foster home. I always go potty outside, and I stay home with my foster doggy-brother while the family is at work. I usually nap and just wait for them to come home.
I hear people say that I am hard to adopt because I don't like most other dogs, but that doesn't make me a bad girl. I love people, and I promise to give my new family more love than they could get from 10 dogs! Just not at the dogpark, please.
Also, because I love my family, I protect my yard, so I need a yard with a nice wooden fence. Once I have a proper introduction, I am all love and kisses! You see, the world has been scary for me, so I need a family that will keep me safe and show me the happy things in life.
Because of my playful energy, I’m probably not a good match for very young children, but I get along well with older kids and teens. I love to sit on the couch and watch TV with them, or snuggle on their beds!
If you think you might have some room in your heart for me, please call the Niagara SPCA and schedule a meet and greet with me. I will show you what a good girl I am!
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