I am a 12 year old Pit mix weighing 45-50 pounds. My foster mom says I have a sweet disposition with people and if you look at my photos, obviously the cutest ears. I'm interested in cats; I would love to play with them, but apparently those creatures aren't the friendliest. However, when corrected to leave them alone, I follow suit and do as I'm told. I have perfect house manners (no accidents) and crate trained. My foster mom says I'm playful for a senior, age is only a number right? I do great with older kids in my foster home, unsure on small kids at this time. In my free time, I love to go for car rides, walks (I do great on a leash), and love to play fetch. I'm smart and well trained knowing several commands. However, I do love my attention. So I'm looking for someone who can spend lots of time with me and spoil me rotten. I would do best in a home that is just me or a dog friend that is submissive and lets me be in charge. Overall, I'm looking for my final forever family that loves me and enjoys spoiling an old lady like myself! Have I redeemed myself enough that you would love to meet me?
My adoption fee is sponsored to an approved home and includes my spay/neuter, vaccinations, wellness exam, heartworm test, and microchip with free lifetime registration! If you're interested in meeting/adopting me, please visit rescueonespringfield.com/adoption-application/ and fill out the form! Any questions about me or the adoption process can be directed to my friends at email@example.com. I can't wait to hear from you!
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