Ruff Ruff! My name is Hershey
|Breed:||American Pit Bull Terrier||Color:||Brown/Chocolate - With White||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5557902|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Please contact Jen (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
Well hello there! My name is Hershey because of my beautiful chocolate coat. I can be a little anxious at times, especially around new people. But, once I get to know you, we will be the best of friends. You may even see me smile! I love to play with toys, and I am good at releasing them, too. I sometimes hold my food bowl in my mouth, so you know I am ready to eat. I take treats nicely and know how to 'sit.' I love belly rubs and spending time with people. I am very dog selective, though I don't seem too concerned about cats. I hope you come by to spend some time with me and get to know me!
Poor Hershey has been living at a shelter for almost 10 months and really need to find a home! The woman who had Hershey was convicted of 29 counts of animal cruelty years ago but still had dogs living with her. Hershey is safe but really wants a home.
Hershey is about 2 years old and in good health. She has a very SWEET disposition. She would be fine with cats, as she lived with many in her previous homes. Hershey can be selective with other dogs, so not all dogs will work well living with her.
Won’t you give this pretty dog a chance? If you are interested in Hershey, please let us know.
More information about Canine Rescue of Central PA
Rescue Group Info...
Canine Rescue of Central PA, Inc. is a nonprofit 501c(3), all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing assistance to any dog in a helpless situation. While a young organization, we have made tremendous progress in establishing another valuable resource for our furry friends. It is our mission to get involved in as many situations as possible to provide sanctuary, shelter, and homes to as many dogs as we can. We also are very focused on creating strategic partnerships with other rescues and similar organizations in an attempt to share resources as well as expand public awareness of the overwhelming problem of homeless animals.
We welcome all inquiries, so feel free to contact us via mail, phone, or email. Our dogs are housed in a kennel a few miles south of Dillsburg, PA. We participate in many local adoption fundraisers and events.
Our adoption process encompasses several steps in an attempt to ensure the best possible placement of an animal with the most appropriate home. In addition to an application and time spent with the dog of interest, a home visit with the candidate is also a step in the adoption. We do charge an adoption fee as well as require the execution of an adoption agreement.