Hi! My name is Kayla and I am a beautiful red headed Staffordshire Terrier. I am a high-energy dog and will stay outside playing for as long as you will let me. I enjoy rompin’ and stompin’ with my foster brothers and sisters in my foster mom’s huge backyard. One dog I particularly like is also for adoption on this website and his name is Red. If you are looking to adopt a second dog or would consider getting a companion dog for me, I would love to have Red as my dog brother.
I am spayed, up to date on all my vaccines, microchipped, house trained and crate trained. What’s not to love? My weight is a little over 50 pounds of pure love and the vet has guessed that I’m about two-three years old.
I will make an excellent family companion for anyone willing to give me a loving forever home. Could that be you? If so, and you would like to apply for me, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
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