Lilly Girl is a sweet brindle girl that just wants to play and be loved on! She frolics in the backyard with her foster brothers and can amuse herself with toys for hours. She is very sweet natured and loving. She loves to wiggle butt pounce the other dogs when they play chase in the backyard. She has never met a dog she doesn’t like. That being said, she would probably do best in a home with dogs her size or bigger. Although she has a dainty girl name, she doesn’t realize that all 55lbs of her is muscle!!!! She lives in a home with cats, but I don’t recommend her forever home have any as she can clear a room of cats faster than Dawn chasing away grease in the sink when she starts chasing them!
She is a pit-bull mix and is between 1 and 2 years old. She is house and crate trained – funnily enough ‘poop-a-doop’ is a command she knows to make sure she goes when she is in the backyard, otherwise she will chase and chase and forget to go. She loves to chase balls and will go after one with one still in her mouth. She hasn’t figured out how to bring them both back, but she will one day! She is lovely on the leash and likes to go for walks. I’m not a runner so I can’t vouch for her as a running partner, but she does love to play chase in the backyard so I imagine she would enjoy it!
She is UTD on her shots and is spayed and microchipped so now all she needs is a loving home and patient family to teach her how to be a good canine citizen!
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