Aggie is a 2-year-old female Pit mix who was rescued from a high-kill shelter in California . She is now in a Seattle foster home waiting for her forever family! She is a very friendly and playful girl just LOVES human attention and could get belly rubs and take treats all day. She also loves her Kong wobbler toy and will work at getting peanut butter out of it for hours . She's a great walker, right at the side, has a regular potty schedule, and has not had any accidents in her crate.
Aggie is still a little cautious about life, so she will occasionally have frightened reactions to loud/busy environments, such as streets with lots of cars. With reassurance, she is making great progress - her foster takes her to Home Depot for exposure "practice" (she is a favorite amongst the dog-lovers there). Aggie's foster home also has cats, and Aggie is making great strides in learning to live harmoniously with felines. With continued exposure, training, and repetition, living in a home with cats should not pose a problem! She may be around 75 pounds, with the power, size, and looks of a full-grown dog - but she's all puppy. She is housebroken, sits nicely, and almost has "down" down. She will benefit greatly from an owner that is a strong but gentle and patient alpha that will commit to her training and will positively reinforce good dog behavior.
Adoption Info: Fee of $495 includes pull from shelter, spay/neuter, Rabies/DPPV/Bordetella vaccinations, heart worm testing, microchipping, health certificate, boarding, transport from California to Seattle, and any other unforeseen costs/treatment. This adoption fee not only contributes to Aggie's rescue and care, but of hundreds of other high-risk dogs every year.
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