My name is Cream and I am a 1 year-old Lab/Pit Bull mix. I was rescued from a rural Texas shelter so there isn’t much known about my actual breed mix or history.
I am a very friendly pup who loves the dog park and walks and I walk well on leash. I am crate trained and will lay in my crate with very durable toys to keep me entertained. I am also a big snuggle bug - I prefer to be in my humans lap all day if possible! I am house trained and should transition well to a new home. I love to play with all toys and chase balls outside and will need a yard with a six foot fence as I like to jump. My foster mom does not know how well I am with cats but she is pretty sure I would do fine. I do get a little over zealous with small children that run around – they make me a little too excited so I will prefer a home with older kids. I would also love another dog in my new home as I do get a little separation anxiety and tend to cry when my humans leave.
I would do best in a home, not an apartment. I can get very vocal at times if I hear noises I don't like or see people outside. But I love people once I get the chance to meet them! I know how to sit, lay down and shake. My foster mom says I am very smart.
I am on a special food from the vet that helps me with my sensitive tummy and skin. My new owner will need to keep me on that food and take me to the vet for regular checkups to make sure my tummy and skin stay healthy.
If you are interested in adopting Cream, please submit an adoption application on our website coloradocaninerescue.org. We are asking for a $175 adoption donation. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. Please note, CCR cannot guarantee the breed composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the shelter.
***Important: Because Cream appears to be a Pit Bull mix, she can only be adopted to cities/residences that do not have a breed ban in place.***
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