Age: DOB Approx. 6.5.15
Breed: Pitty x
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: No
Kid friendly: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from an animal control
Adoption Fee: $300.00
From the Foster:
Tatum is such a happy goof ball She is pretty clumsy and prefers tumbling down the steps rather than taking them one at a time. She loves walks, naps in the sunshine, snuggling next to you, playing with her bouncy ball, rolling on the grass, and diving sidelong into the hosta garden.
Tatum loves her people. She loves to put her head on your lap and greet you with her silly smile. She will want to snuggle you all the time. That being said, she is also independent and is fine just lying on the floor while you do your thing. She is fully house trained and can be left alone while my husband and I are at work.
Like any dog, Tatum has a few things to work on, but we know you are up for the challenge because she is SO worth it. She is working on not jumping on people/furniture and is getting better at it. She also does not like cats a t all! She does her best to be patient with our neighbor’s cat, but for the most part, we try to keep them apart. She also is a bit of a puller on the leash, but she is getting better at this as well. She really wants to be a good dog!
Overall, Tatum is an awesome, easy going dog. Take her on a run or a couple walks, and she will be a perfect angel the rest of the day. If you think Tatum would be good fit for you, she would love to meet you and shower you with all the affection she can give. Y ou can also follow her on Instag ram at fosterpupadventures . She is looking forward to finding her forever home.
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