Eros is a VERY cute boy! He came to ETPBR with an elbow that had been broken and healed. Eros was little held his little hurt leg up while it healed causing it to kind of freeze in that position. His foster mom has been working that little leg and helping him to walk on it more and more. Eros will probably always have some stiffness and limp to this leg but we expect it to be minimal. This big boy has been neutered, micro chipped, vaccinated, crate trained and house trained. He is a swimming fool and LOVES every body! Check out his video on our FB page...
East TN Pit Bull Rescue adopts out to companion homes only. Adoptions require an application that is verified, a meeting that includes ALL members of the household, a home visit, and a trial period. We do not place our dogs in homes with unaltered pets or homes that have pets but do not have a vet. All of our dogs are placed as inside pets, spayed/neutered, micro chipped, vaccinations current, and HW- or treated within the last 6 months for heart worms by our vet. Adoption fees start at $150 for adults and $200 for pups. If you are interested in offering this pet a responsible and loving home, please fill out the on-line application at www.etnpitbullrescue.org.
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