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My name is Marge!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Marge
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I'm being cared for by:
Twin Cities Pet Rescue

Facts about Marge

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10828354

ABOUT ME:

I’m a sweet little pocket pittie who was in a high-kill shelter in Texas. When Twin Cities Pet Rescue rescued me in November, I was something called “code red," which I later found out meant the shelter was full and my future was very uncertain. TCPR coordinated a fantastic group of volunteers to pull me from the shelter and transport me across the country. When I arrived in Minnesota, I was ecstatic to meet my new foster family - my butt never stopped wiggling. Would they like me? Would I fit in? So much nervous excitement! 

On intake, the TCPR volunteers discovered there was something special about me. I have a severe overbite because my lower jaw is so much smaller than my upper jaw. There is almost no contact between my upper and lower teeth. Upon evaluation I was diagnosed with malocclusion, which is a “variation of a normal scissors bite.” I can’t remember how this happened but the vet says it's likely a birth defect. Because of this, my canines and incisors on my lower jaw poke into my upper palate, and it’s quite painful. I’m going to need at least one lower canine and likely all lower incisors removed. I hear it’s scheduled for December 9th. Despite these medical challenges, I’m very fortunate and happy as can be. My fosters give me lots of treats, belly rubs, balls, and I have discovered that I adore anything that squeaks. I am learning lots of tricks like sit, down, wait, and watch me, and hear I am “food motivated,” whatever that means. I like playing with my foster brothers but can be a bit bossy, so it would be helpful if I had a confident canine friend. If I can’t have a canine foster brother, I would love it if I had an active family to get me lots of playtime and exercise. When I’m not wrestling with my canine foster brothers or playfully terrorizing the resident cat, I can be found lying at my foster parents’ sides, snoring loudly and drooling copiously.

MEET ME/ADOPT ME: If you’d like to arrange a meeting or begin the adoption process, please fill out an adoption application by visitingwww.twincitiespetrescue.org/adopt/adopt-a-dog/. A volunteer from Twin Cities Pet Rescue will contact you once your application is reviewed.

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED!!! Twin Cities Pet Rescue is a volunteer-run, foster home-based organization. We can only rescue as many animals as available foster homes. Please consider saving the life of an animal in need and become a volunteer foster home today. To become a foster, fill out a dog or cat foster application on the Twin Cities Pet Rescue website:www.twincitiespetrescue.org. There is little to no cost to foster an animal. Twin Cities Pet Rescue provides its foster families with food, supplies, and veterinary care for its animals. All you need to do is supply the love!

PLEASE NOTE: Twin Cities Pet Rescue does not adopt to homes further than 60 miles from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area.

About Twin Cities Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Twin Cities Pet Rescue (TCPR) is a small, 501c3 nonprofit, companion animal rescue organization. TCPR does not have a facility and is 100% foster-based. TCPR rescues dogs, cats and small animals of all breeds; rescuing them from city impounds, puppy mills, and other situations of abuse and neglect. Once rescued, all animals receive veterinary care ranging from spay/neuter, vaccines, microchips, and basic testing to specialty eye surgeries, pet dermatology care, and various other specialty treatments. Once an animal is rescued by TCPR, it remains in a foster home until adopted, no matter how long that might take.
TCPR often rescues animals that are considered “less adoptable” by other rescue organizations, as they are often the ones overlooked and truly left behind; and in need of the most help. These animals might be overlooked due to their age, health status, special needs or breed. TCPR works to help as many animals in need find their furever families as we can, especially helping those animals that need help most.

Our Adoption Process...

All adopters complete an adoption application. If approved, we arrange a meet and greet. Cats and small animals can be adopted and go home at the time of the meet and greet after the adoption agreement is complete and adoption fee collected (which is variable based on animal type, etc). For dogs, we complete home visits and then finalize the adoption.