Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Estimated Date of Birth: April 14, 2007
Location: Dallas, GA
Adoption Fee: $200
Una came from a massive dog fighting ring in Dublin, GA in 2009 where she was one of about 100 dogs seized from the property. These dogs were dubbed the Dublin Dogs and her name became UNA because she was the first dog unloaded off the bus after the raid. None of the Dublin Dogs had ever known the love of a human. They all lived outside on chains with little human interaction so they were terrified and had no idea what it is like to live like a family companion.
Una has blossomed into a dog that anyone would be lucky to call their own. She is a lower energy, loving girl whose favorite place is to be snuggled up with you on the couch. She actually knows the words Una, get on your couch! Una spends time around multiple different dogs in foster care and does very well with them. Una is one of our longest term residents at FTTF. Due to living on a chain her whole entire life, she is not housebroken. Over the years, much effort has been put into attempting to potty train her, but she has never known any different. She does have accidents in the house and it’s not going to change. It’s just the effects of living outdoors for years and we absolutely love her just the way she is, accidents and all! All accidents aside, Una is an incredible girl that everyone immediately falls in love with upon meeting her.
Photo Album of Una: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.954266664631500.1073742117.162554320469409&type=1&l=f3557625d3
Extra video of Una: http://youtu.be/NBCE3kbxL9w
*Friends to the Forlorn is assisting in the placement of Una. Please contact us for more information*
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