Petey Girl is such a sweetheart and a slam dunk pup! Petey Girl was originally adopted from the San Diego Humane Society last year. Petey Girl's adoptive home had a young kid that would hit her, so a neighbor stepped in and took her instead. However, the neighbor eventually had to give Petey Girl up because their landlord did not allow bully breeds in their apartment. Petey Girl is currently in foster with one of our volunteers, and she is every bit as wonderful in a home environment as she was at TBL! She is completely housebroken, crate trained, doesn’t bark or whine, knows sit and stay commands, and is just the perfect pooch all around. Petey Girl is also quite the lover. She is very sweet, loving, engaging, and attentive with all people. She loves to nuzzle and lean into you while you’re petting her. Petey Girl is great with other dogs, and fits in well with her 2 small Miniature Poodle foster siblings. She has even passed a cat temperament test with flying colors! Petey Girl is about 5 and a half years of age, and tips the scales at 61 pounds per her last weigh-in. She is built strong and solid just like a purebred American Staffordshire Terrier, though perhaps just a little rounder than average (we’re working on it!). She has a short black and white coat that will be easy to maintain as far as grooming is concerned. Come meet Petey Girl for yourself and you’ll see why we adore her!
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