Gracie Lou hops like a bunny and howls like a wolf, but don’t let that fool you—she’s all dog! This adorable 3-year-old Pit Bull came from a backyard breeder who no longer wanted her. Fine by Gracie Lou, as she’s loving life in her new foster home.
She gets along well with kids and with other dogs her size and smaller, and Gracie Lou loves to give affection to the humans in her foster family—she even brings them gifts, from toys to a frog she found outside! She’s also a smart girl, having learned the sit, outside, and potty commands.
Does Gracie Lou sound like a good fit for your family? She will be spayed in August, and her foster family will take care of that as well as send her with six months of heartworm preventative. They want Gracie Lou to find her forever home.
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