Hey there! My name is Kirby and I am a very handsome, male pit mix. I am about 2 years old and weigh about 50 lbs. Through no fault of my own, I have not had stability in my life. I was found as a stray, then adopted from a shelter on a free adoption day, sold on Craigslist, then found stray again and wound back up at the shelter! As you can imagine, all of this has taken a toll on my confidence in people and I am working on overcoming my issues with the help of my foster mom. It takes a little time and patience for me to feel safe when meeting new people. Once I am comfortable, I am very loving and like to do nothing more than cuddle and give kisses! I am house trained and crate trained, although I am not destructive and can be left out loose in the home. I have been with dogs of all ages, sizes and sex. I go to dog daycare and live with other dogs that I enjoy very much! I also met a cat and was curious, but I think with time I would be very accepting of a feline friend! I would like an adult home that is on the quiet side, without a lot of company and new people coming and going. I look forward to meeting you and making a new friend!
My adoption fee is $200 and includes neuter, vaccinations and microchip! Also, check to see if there are any monthly special adoption fees running on me! Apply at graspinc.org if you are interested in bringing me into your family!
*In order to be considered to adopt this specific dog through GRASP, you must have a fully fenced in yard.
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