Hi, I’m Hallie but my foster mom calls me “great white buffalo”. I have a beautiful pittie block head with velvety soft white fur. I am also an EXPERT dancer! When I get excited I hop, gallop and frolic all at the same time while I swing my head around and grunt. That my friend is what you call talent!
I am a very good girl when it comes to training. I am fully potty trained, kennel trained and I am currently working on my focus and patience. The world outside my yard is new to me and can be very overwhelming at times. All the smells, sounds and other animals are very fascinating. Foster mom tells me that soon I am going to start attending official training classes to help build my confidence. I hear you get lots of treats during classes so I can’t wait! I will do anything for a delicious treat!
I currently live with two tiny humans that are 2 and 6 years old. I love them soooo much and I am very gentle with them. They give me lots of treats and I know to take them very well. I have not lived with cats, but I do like to chase squirrels and rabbits so I don’t know if I would like to live with a cat. I do live with another large dog and I tend to be more dominant. Sometimes I can get a little too excited when meeting new dogs so I prefer to take it slow on my introductions. That way I can be on my best behavior!
If you are looking for a goofy girl who can make you laugh with my snorts and wiggles, I’m your dog! I would love to be in a home where I get lots of love and attention. I love toys (I never had those before!) and playtime, but as long as I’m with my people I will be happy.
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in honor of Dana McCormick
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