Albie has been with us for almost 3 weeks now, after he was found on the streets of downtown LA. This beautiful boy ran up to us with only smiles and licks, before jumping into the back of our car, extra dirty and extra sweet. We soon found he did have a microchip but his owner disconnected the phone and didn’t respond to emails. Albie clearly wanted help and now he’s getting it. Albie is a one year old, male pit bull, brindle, 60 pound, love machine with a bright white chest and paws. He came to us with a scratchy voice, non-neutered, and Albie now has a clean bill of health, is neutered and vaccinated! He feels so much better.
Albie lounges for most of the day and wants to play for the rest at a medium energy level. We’ve found him to be great with other dogs and perhaps an ideal family for him would have another doggy in it! On the other hand, he would also love to be a human companion. His most favorite pastime is giving love and receiving it, but is also happy to simply lay by you or your warm feet. We have not seen him with cats or kids but Albie is well socialized, and loving and we have every reason to believe that he will be wonderful. His big jowls and eagerness to please, melt my heart each day. Albie knew basic commands but the previous owner, who abandoned him, never taught leash skills. An excellent student, Albie has been quick to learn, and we’ve been working with trainer extraordinaire who describes him as sweet and smart. He currently has a B+ with the leash but in another week, I expect he’ll be receiving an A. He went from D to B+ for leash skills, in just a week or so of training! This boy is good. Albie has been such a reward. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, (339)933-0966 to inquire about Albie.
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