Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Estimated Date of Birth: October 25, 2013
Size: 58 lbs
Location: Acworth, GA
China was brought into Fulton County on a cruelty case. Her jaw was previously broken and her eye is missing, most likely from a rupture caused by trauma. She had some flea dermatitis and was very pregnant. The pound is no place for a sweet mama like China.
China was settling into foster care and only 6 days later, on October 30th, she gave birth to 9 puppies. Despite her rough past, she is an incredibly sweet and loving lady. China was an excellent mother to her babies and she continues to play with her pups even though they have been weaned. China has captured the hearts of many volunteers and is great with the other dogs in her foster home. China is also great with children. She is currently in a foster home with 2 other dogs, a 2 year old girl that she plays with, and her foster moms Autistic son who adores her and takes her for walks. She is great on a leash, loves going on long walks, and is happy to lay on her dog bed or on the couch with you. She is housebroken and crate-trained. She can also be left out of the crate during the day and night without any accidents. She is a complete love bug who adores snuggling. She loves toys, but the squeaky ones are her absolute favorite. She welcomes everyone that comes to visit and knows some basic commands. China is great in the car and for baths. She is a easy going girl that would be a great dog for any kind of family, including a first time pit bull owner. Her pups have been weaned and she will be available for adoption when she has been spayed.
Photo Album of China: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1293999250658238.1073742161.162554320469409&type=1&l=17143dc95b
Our adoption fee is $250. All dogs are current on vaccinations, spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, on heartworm prevention, and are fed top of the line grain-free food.
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