Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier/Pharaoh Hound Mix
Color: Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already spayed, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, good with kids, and good with dogs.
This is Blitz, she is about 4 years old and is a Pit Bull-Pharaoh Hound mix. We have been fostering her for 4 weeks. This sweet girl is looking for her FOREVER home. Her owner moved out of state and couldn’t take her. Blitz has so much love to give and we are looking for a family that will give her the love and attention she deserves and thrives on. She loves to cuddle and she is so good at it! Blitz really bonds to her humans and is a total people pleaser. She loves to play. She has done great with our 3 year old (and 3 teenagers) as well as our 6 year old lab. In her previous home there were 2 dogs and a cat which she got a long with well. We have had a hard time with Blitz and our 2 indoor/outdoor cats. She does like to chase them and our cats just run right out of the doggy door to get away from her. For the smoothest transition I would recommend that Blitz goes to a home without cats, however, she has lived with an indoor cat before so with some time and effort, I am sure she would be fine. Blitz loves to play fetch and to play with toys. She is completely potty trained and does fairly well on a leash with a harness on. She does basic commands like sit, stay, lay down, high five and comes when called. Blitz spent about a week with a good friend of ours who is a vet tech. She did a bunch of temperament testing on her (for food aggression, restraint, ect) and Blitz passed with flying colors, in addition to being beyond patient with her 18 month old hands-on son. She is micro chipped and spayed and seems to be in overall good health. She is truly a special girl.
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