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My name is Bambi!

American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Baltimore, Maryland - Bambi
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Facts about Bambi

  • Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
URGENT
SPECIAL NEEDS RESCUE NEEDED!!!!!!!!!!!
BALTIMORE,MD
the sweetest girl ever needs our help!
This is absolutely heartbreaking for us, but we are looking for a family that may be willing to adopt my adorable pittie, Bambi. She is the sweetest dog and we absolutely love her. But our other dog, a puggle, well, not so much.Scrappy has very serious issues accepting Bambi to the family, and things have only escalated. I adopted/rescued Bambi Memorial Day weekend (2016), mainly so Scrappy would have a friend since our other dog died of cancer last November.
Bambi is 2 years old, playful, a cuddler, and easy to walk on a leash. She's housebroken and doesn't chew on anything that's not hers. She taught herself to use the dog door immediately. She's a smart pup! She is up to date on all vaccinations and is spayed.
Bambi likes other dogs and is very playful. She loves humans of all ages and I would absolutely trust her with young children.
I'm looking for a family/rescue that is willing to adopt her because I worry if I take her back to the shelter, she will die in a cage due to her megaesophagus. We've had her tested for everything, and have discovered the megaesophagus is just idiopathic. My friend built a chair for her and I feed her handmade meatballs while she sits in the chair. The recipe I'm using for her food (I make a week's worth at a time) is raw ground beef, cooked rice, hard boiled eggs, high performance dry dog food, canned dog food and cream cheese. I puree that mixture. She was skin and bones - so we have been using this recipe to get weight on her, which has been working. I also give her meds - Pepcid and Metoclopramide. And once a day I give her 1/2 tsp of GNC's Mega Calorie booster for puppies. This may sound like a lot of work, but actually, now it's just routine and pretty easy. Bambi climbs into her chair herself.
I just love her so much and in my opinion, she's an amazing loving family member.
Please help if you cant help please share
Shelly
you can contact me at...
shellallred219@gmail.com
This is absolutely heartbreaking for us, but we are looking for a family that may be willing to adopt my adorable pittie, Bambi. She is the sweetest dog and we absolutely love her. But our other dog, a puggle, well, not so much.Scrappy has very serious issues accepting Bambi to the family, and things have only escalated. I adopted/rescued Bambi Memorial Day weekend (2016), mainly so Scrappy would have a friend since our other dog died of cancer last November.
Bambi is 2 years old, playful, a cuddler, and easy to walk on a leash. She's housebroken and doesn't chew on anything that's not hers. She taught herself to use the dog door immediately. She's a smart pup! She is up to date on all vaccinations and is spayed.
Bambi likes other dogs and is very playful. She loves humans of all ages and I would absolutely trust her with young children. As a matter of fact, the Humane Society told me that the family that surrendered her had a four-year old.
I'm looking for a family that is willing to adopt her because I worry if I take her to a rescue, she will die in a cage due to her megaesophagus. We've had her tested for everything, and have discovered the megaesophagus is just idiopathic. My friend built a chair for her and I feed her handmade meatballs while she sits in the chair. The recipe I'm using for her food (I make a week's worth at a time) is raw ground beef, cooked rice, hard boiled eggs, high performance dry dog food, canned dog food and cream cheese. I puree that mixture. She was skin and bones - so we have been using this recipe to get weight on her, which has been working. I also give her meds - Pepcid and Metoclopramide. And once a day I give her 1/2 tsp of GNC's Mega Calorie booster for puppies. This may sound like a lot of work, but actually, now it's just routine and pretty easy. Bambi climbs into her chair herself.
I just love her so much and in my opinion, she's an amazing loving family member.
help please share
Shelly
you can contact me at...
shellallred219@gmail.com

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We have a particular commitment to pit bulls and aim to raise awareness about the breed, help those in need, and educate the public:
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