Breed: Pit Bull
Estimated Date of Birth: May 23, 2012
Location: Dallas, GA
In June 2012, 3 puppies were dumped at Animal Control. They were only a few days old and without a mom so their chances of survival were slim. The next day, Animal Control brought in a lactating female. Although she may or may not have been the real mom, she stepped up to the challenge. The mom and AC Staff did everything they could, but 2 pups died.
The wonderful people at Animal Control reached out to us and agreed to hold the mom and the surviving female puppy for a few weeks until we could pick them up.
The mom was treated for heartworms. The puppy,Kali, was a healthy girl.
Kali has a zest for life and she loves toys! She'll zoom around with any toy you give her. She is completely happy to run around with a ball in her mouth all afternoon. Kali is a bundle of fun-loving energy that would enjoy any activity as long as she is with her people. She would be a fantastic running or hiking partner. She would even just be happy to chase the ball around the yard for you. Seriously, this girl could play fetch for days ... playing fetch with a Chuck It would be a dream for her. Kali has done well with other male dogs that can handle her energy. Her best friend, Teddy, and her mother have both been adopted and Kali is patiently waiting for her fun-loving family to arrive. This girl is full of vigor, smiles, and personality!
Photo Album of Kali: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.531860010205503.1073741859.162554320469409&type=1&l=eff6e419eb
Our adoption fee is $195. 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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