This beautiful girl is Emmy, a 2 year old, 53 pound, blue and white Pit Bull mix who is in need of her forever home and family. Typical for her breed, Emmy is a total cuddle bug who has been people and dog friendly while in foster care. Her foster mom says that Emmy is crate trained, but she prefers to sleep in bed with her (and is a bit of a bed hog).
Emmy is fully housebroken and has great house manners; she does not require crating when her foster mom leaves the home. She does not have accidents, nor is she destructive. In addition, Emmy knows some basic commands too, including “paw”, “sit”, “wait”, “down”, and “high five.” Her foster mom has taught her how to sit and wait for her food, and she takes treats nicely too. Emmy loves to play fetch and will play a game of “keep-away” with favorite toy. ï¡
Emmy is really enjoys going for long walks with her foster mom and has decent leash manners. Like most other dogs, Emmy does want to catch a squirrel or bunny. She would enjoy a fenced yard in which to run, but she’d also do fine with an active adopter who can take her for a jog or bike ride. Emmy is sometimes still puppyish and mouthy, so she is approved for households with children over 10 years.
This dog has been examined by a licensed veterinarian, vaccinated, dewormed, spayed, tested for Heartworm Disease (negative) and placed on monthly preventative, plus microchipped. ADOPTION APPLICATIONS are available for online completion and submission through our website’s home page - www.acaringplacehs.org
A Caring Place - All Breed Dog Rescue adopts throughout the Greater Chicagoland Area. All dogs and puppies live in foster homes, providing you as the adopter, with information on the animal's behaviors, needs, and requirements. We are always in search of fosters care providers. If you are one of those special people willing to open your heart and home to an animal in need and would like to receive information on how you can foster an animal, please contact us.
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