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My name is Vita!

American Staffordshire Terrier/American Bulldog Mix Dog for adoption in Miramar, Florida - Vita
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Rescue Paws 4 Furry Hearts

Facts about Vita

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier/American Bulldog Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10637468

Vita is a 1-2 year old Pitt Bull Terrer.  She was found the day before the 4th of July dumped at Calder Race Track with her boyfriend Max.  She is amazing with people and loves to be give affection and love.  She is playful with Max but needs the help of a loving doggie parent to gVita is a 1-2 year old Pitt Bul Terrer.  She was found the day before the 4th of July dumped at Calder Race Track with her boyfriend Max.  She is amazing with people and loves to be give affection and love.  She is playful with Max but needs the help of a loving doggie parent to get her proper training to become more socialized with other animals.  She is very bonded with Max and when he is not around she will not eat and get very depressed.  Rescue Paws is looking for a loving home where they can both stay together.  The foster named her Vita because is means life in latin.  We know that there is a loving home out there for both of them.  If interested in adopting this pair of love birds, please submit an application found in my our website www.rescuepaws3.com and e-mail to Sandra at rescuepaws32gmail,comet her proper training to become more socialized with other animals.  She is very bonded with Max and when he is not around she will not eat and get very depressed.  Rescue Paws is looking for a loving home where they can both stay together.  The foster named her Vita because is means life in latin.  We know that there is a loving home out there for both of them.  If interested in adopting this pair of love birds, please submit an application found in my our website www.rescuepaws3.com and e-mail to Sandra at rescuepaws32gmail,com

About Rescue Paws 4 Furry Hearts

About Our Rescue Group...

My name is Sandra McGlynn. I am a full time School Counselor at an Elementary School. In addition I decided to start my own Non-Profit Animal Foundation to help rehabilitate pets and help them find forever homes. I have a passion for animals and my mission is to educate, spay/neuter and rehabilitate our homeless pet population.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Donations are greatly appreciated and can be sent via paypal at rescuepaws3@gmail.com

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoptable pets are in foster homes until they are adopted. To schedule a meet and greet please contact Sandra at 305-206-5977

Our Adoption Process...

In order to schedule a meet and greet with an adoptable pet, you must complete and adoption application for us to review and check references. We then schedule a meet and greet and if you wish to adopt, you must complete an adoption contract and we do a home visit to ensure that your home meets the needs of the adoptable pet. Adoption fees are $250.00 for dogs older than 1 year old and puppies younger than 1 year old are $300.00. Kittens are $60.00 and adult cats we will typically do the TNR process to prevent overpopulation. If a puppy or kitten is adopted, the adopter must sign a spay/neuter release form and give a refundable 150.00 for female puppies, 100.00 for male puppies and 30.00 for kittens. Your check will be returned once your new pet is spayed/neutered at the vet of our choice. Kittens are spayed/neutered at MDAS and puppies undergo surgery at one of our participating vets.