Pebbles is four-year-old Blue Razor Pit-bull. She could be mix with Staffordshire Terrier. She is truly the best girl ever! Beautiful Pebbles is so loving and affectionate and loves everyone she meets! Lovable Pebbles was rescued from a high kill California Shelter just as her time had run out. This awesome and beautiful girl weighs just 49lbs and is a perfect size! Pebbles loves all big dogs and dogs her size but gets a bit dominant with little dogs. She constantly wags her tail and gives kisses galore. Pebbles does very well on the leash and cannot wait for daily walks, runs and outdoor adventures with her new active family. Pebbles is very outgoing, working on all her basic commands and is house trained and crate trained. She loves the outdoors, but settles down very well in the house and enjoys her cuddle and nap time! Pebbles kind and gentle spirit will be a great match for dog savvy kids. Beautiful Pebbles love car rides and outdoor time and will make great hiking or walking partner. We’ve not tested her with cats yet, but believe she would do best in a home without kitties. Pebbles loves car rides and playing fetch and is very easy to have around. She is curious and outgoing and is super playful. Pebbles can’t wait to get going on a training class with you to continue her education and get everyone on the “same page”. Beautiful Pebbles is spayed, completely vaccinated and micro-chipped. Her adoption fee is $225. She is looking for an active family to foster or adopt her and she will provide them with tons of entertainment and love and loyalty. For any questions email Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply for her right away and to set up a meet and greet, please complete an online adoption application at www.secondchancedogs.net. Pebble's affection and loyalty will amaze you and make you all so happy that you helped this most deserving and darling dog. P.S. No cats for this baby!
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