Marnie found herself abandoned in a high-kill shelter in Southern California, a location
where over 90% of pit bulls don't stand a chance of making it out. We took one look at her and couldn't resist her sweet disposition and her award-winning smile, and we pulled her out just in time. We all were ecstatic when she got adopted, as sweet Marnie finally got her well-deserved break in life.
Through no fault of her own, she came upon even more sad circumstances when she lost her family
and home. Beautiful Marnie had finally found someone to give her endless supply of love to, but once again, she was left alone to feel the cold sting of abandonment.
Now this cuddly canine is seeking a new family who she can enjoy life with. Marnie is a low energy kind of a dog and would be the perfect fit for someone who has an easy, relaxing lifestyle. If you’re looking for a loyal best friend who can sit by your side while you read a book or watch TV, this sweet soul would be an amazing match.
As long as Marnie is in your life, you will never experience a drought of love, as expressing her
affection is what she’s good at, and she truly lives to please and to love. She is young and has many beautiful years ahead of her; she just needs to find the right person who will show her the devotion and security that has been missing from her life. Please make Marnie's dream of joining a loving forever family come true!
Marnie weighs 59 pounds, her estimated DOB is 6-27-11 and her adoption fee is $225.
Please note: We do not adopt out of State. Thank you for understanding!
For more information on how to bring this gorgeous girl into your life, please call us at 720-278-1880, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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