Breed: Pit Bull Terrier, Black Lab Mix
Estimated Date of Birth: May 1, 2017
Size: 11 lbs
Location: Acworth, GA
We were contact by a family in Bremen, Georgia who needed some help. They got a pit bull named Sissy from a friend because Sissy was going after the friends farm animals and needed a new home. The family came to find out Sassy was actually pregnant. They think the dad is a black lab mix. Sissy gave birth to 6 pups on Monday, May 1st The family was not able to care for these puppies or a pair a lab puppies they also had from another litter. They were all loaded with fleas, worms, and mange. The lab puppies are a little older so FTTF was able to take them into an awesome foster home a few weeks early. It took a few more days, but we had several amazing foster families step up and we were able to take in 5 of the pit bull pups. The family is keeping the three parents and one female puppy, against our recommendation, but we are making sure every one of them gets spayed or neutered.
Atlas is a fantastic puppy! He is great with male and female dogs, loves the two resident cats in his foster home, has been super sweet with kids, and enjoys playing with tennis balls. This little guy is already sleeping through the night, doing really well with house training, and is already learning sit and come. This cutie will be available for adoption when he has been fully vetted. We estimate this to be sometime in August 2017.
Photo Album of Atlas: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1511837155541112.1073742188.162554320469409&type=1&l=74dc259d02
Our adoption fee is $250. All dogs are current on vaccinations, spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, on heartworm prevention, and are fed top of the line grain-free food.
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