Meet Candy. Candy is a sweet pitbull that has only known being used to have puppies her whole life. Candy is super friendly and loves all people. She likes to cuddle next to anyone that will pet her. Candy never learned any social skills with other dogs. She is a dog selective and does best with submissive males that are her own size. She is threatened by dogs bigger than her. She is not a candidate to be a playmate for another dog. She is not great with cats. Candy is learning to get along with all the dogs in her foster home. She loves toys and treats, but hasn't quite learned how to share with others. She is house trained and kennel trained. She very seldom barks at anything. She is really strong on leash and is in the process of learning better leash skills. She is a super silly, fun-loving girl that just wants a home of her own. She wouldn't even mind being an only dog. Candy likes to lay outside but isn't high energy so probably would get along fine in an apartment. Candy likes to roll around on the floor, destroy bones and tennis balls, keep the evil vacuum cleaner at bay! So if you have room for a sweet little girl apply to meet Candy.
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