Alyssa is an affectionate, intelligent 2 year old pit mix. She enjoys walking, hiking and running as well as snuggling on the couch or in bed. Alyssa is totally housebroken and kennel trained, and loves to go for rides in the car. Alyssa adores spending as much time with her family as possible and soaks up all the attention. Alyssa would do best in a home where she would be the only pet since she is very particular about the animals she lets near her or her family. While Alyssa loves ALL people, we caution families with small children because she doesn't realize her size and strength and could knock little ones over. Alyssa needs an experienced large dog adopter who has a firm hand and a no nonsense attitude. Alyssa comes with a one hour training session given by Bill Thomas of Bulletproof K9 Training.
Our adoption fee includes the dog's spay/neuter surgery, parvo/distemper shots and rabies shots (for dogs over 6 months), deworming, microchipping, flea and tick protection, heartworm testing (for dogs over 6 months), and monthly heartworm protection until the dog gets adopted.
If you are interested in this dog, fill out an application at http://www.dreamhouserescue.org. You can meet this dog in person Saturday at Eastgate Petsmart between 12-4 pm. Would you like a private meet and greet to introduce this dog to your current pets? Call or text Sue at 513-484-9840 or Bonnie at 513-967-0007. Not sure? Ask about our Foster to Adopt program.
Sweet Dream House Rescue is holding adoption events this Saturday and Sunday from (12-5 pm) at the Newport Petsmart (156 Pavilion Parkway, Newport, Kentucky) and on Saturday (12-4 pm) at the Eastgate Petsmart (650 Eastgate South Dr., Cincinnati).
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