Stella is a 3-Year-Old Female, American Staffordshire Terrier, 60-65 lbs. Housetrained, Micro-chipped and up-to-date on shots. Stella is young and healthy with a gorgeous, flawless coat, movie-star smile (great teeth!) and a vibrant personality. She adores children and women. Walks beautifully on the leash, no pulling. Takes treats gently. Knows sit and down commands. Neither toy or food aggressive. Loves car rides and tolerates heavy car traffic on walks, cyclists, skateboarding and other loud noises well. Not a barker. She’s a medium energy dog who would be an excellent walking/running partner. She will do best as the only dog in the home with yard access and wants to be close to her family. To see her video go to www.facebook.com/
A team of good Samaritans are paying for Stella to get 10 continuous days of socialization with other dogs and training by a top pro trainer in Los Angeles and we will provide some training for Stella when she is adopted by a new owner located in the Los Angeles area.
Stella is a courtesy post, not for adoption through Wags and Walks. If you are interested in fostering or adopting Stella please contact Diana at 310-287-1530.
If you are interested in adoption please submit an adoption application and our adoption coordinator/matchmaker will get in touch with you shortly: http://www.wagsandwalks.org/adoption-application [please do not submit an application for courtesy post dogs - contact the person directly]
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