Ginger did not want to cooperate when it was photo shoot time, but we got a few of her! She's a younger Pitbull, a deep mahogany brown in color, and very sweet. She was truly emaciated when she arrived as a stray, with her backbone and hip bones showing, and is enjoying full meals several times daily at the shelter. We look forward to getting to know her better! Like most pitties who appreciate their rescuers, she is awesome with humans of all ages, and is deeply attracted to active children. She is working hard to be housetrained as she waits at the shelter for an adopter! She has been fine with some other dogs, but not others, but she will most definitely need a home with no cats! She hates cats! She is also on the protective side, not wanting other dogs near her "ride," so we will continue to assess her needs as far as a placement.
Our process begins with an application, found on our website, www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org. Once your application has been received, a volunteer will call the references you list and then will contact you.
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