Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Estimated Date of Birth: 2007
Location: Dallas, GA
Boy and his brother Kyle were seized from a dog fighting raid in mid-2009. They were caught up in a legal battle (being held as evidence) and were housed with a rescue group at their kennel. They both spent years living in boarding. When the trial was over, the investigating organization gained custody of them. Their fate was sealed as they were supposed to be put down. That’s when we stepped in. Boy has grown up in a boarding facility with his counterpart Baby Kyle and is now ready for his forever home. He is very sweet, playful and completely toy motivated. He would make a great addition to an active household. Boy loves Kyle, but is not good with other dogs besides Kyle.
Boy has grown up in a boarding facility with his counterpart Kyle and is ready for his forever home. He is very sweet, playful, and completely toy motivated. Boy has SO much love to give and he really enjoys human affection. Boy has been with us for years and he is starting to show his age – he’s starting to lose his vision. Boy may occasionally bump into things, but that hasn’t changed his personality. He can be easily excited so he is not recommended for a home with children. Boy loves Kyle, but is not good with any other dogs. Boy needs to be the only pet in the home or he can be adopted together with Kyle. Boy has been with us for a very long time and he would love a family to spend his senior years with. Boy is now almost blind.
More video of Boy: http://youtu.be/3zM19qjf0cI
More video of Boy: http://youtu.be/5yngQxmKuW0
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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