COURTESY POST: Arial
Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier
Sex: Female (Spayed)
Age: 8 years
Hi world, Arial here. I am an 8 year old American Pit Bull Terrier. I spent most of my life outside up until my foster mommy, Trina, saved me in February. I had a shed that I could go lay in if I wanted and I did go inside when the weather was really bad. The family I used to live with moved and their new home did not allow "aggressive breeds". I am not sure what aggressive means but I have been told that I am a sweet girl. I think I like it better that I didn't move anyways. I get to sleep in a nice comfy bed and get lots of food and yummy treats. I even have a foster brother and sister, which I like, but my brother tried to get a bit frisky with me when I first got here, and I had to let him know that it wasn't okay, so now Ms. Trina keeps us separated. My foster sister, Molly, is the greatest. We don't get to play too much though because she is heartworm positive and has to stay calm. (I don't know what heartworms are…..but my foster mommy was really amazed that I don't have them.) I like to cuddle, chew on my rope toys, get my belly rubbed, and play outside. I don't bother anything when left in the house and have only had one "accident" so I have been told. Ms. Trina said that it was her fault for giving me too much peanut butter at one time. That must be the stuff in the red toy she gave me once and it was extra yummy, but did make my tummy feel a bit yucky. The nice lady at the vet's office said that I was in great health for my age and situation. I love other doggies and all the little hoomans too. Arial is spayed, up-to-date on shots, and will come with heartworm preventative through February 2018. A meet and greet with any pets or people in the household, as well as a background check, adoption fee, and contract will be required. Arial's perfect home would include a sibling or two and a fenced in yard for her to run and play in.
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