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My name is Gwinnie!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated over 3 months ago

Cared for by Soul Dog Rescue
Adoption process

Submit Application


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Meet the Pet

Adoption fee: $350

This helps Soul Dog Rescue with pet care costs.

My basic info

American Pit Bull Terrier/Cattle Dog
3 years 11 months old, Adult
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
62 lbs (current)
Pet ID

My details

Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Meet Gwinnie, a wonderful and resilient companion who is eagerly waiting to find her forever home. This delightful pup is an avid lover of walks, snuggling, and car rides, making her an ideal adventure buddy and cuddle partner. Gwinnie's journey of overcoming leash reactivity demonstrates her resilience and adaptability, traits that speak volumes about her character.

Her intelligence and willingness to learn shine through her training in various commands, reflecting her potential to thrive in a loving and supportive environment. Gwinnie's affectionate nature and love for puppies reveal her playful spirit, while her potential selectivity with other dogs underscores her unique personality and individuality.

Prospective adopters should be mindful of Gwinnie's unique preferences and boundaries, and understand the importance of patience as she acclimates to a new home. Respecting her boundaries and providing the right care and attention will undoubtedly allow Gwinnie to blossom and bring immeasurable joy and love to her forever family.

If you're ready to open your heart and home to a devoted and spirited companion, Gwinnie could be the perfect match for you. Embrace the opportunity to welcome Gwinnie into your life, and experience the boundless love and happiness she has to offer.
Soul Dog Rescue

Contact info

Pet ID
1245 Factory Circle, Fort Lupton, CO 80621

Their adoption process


Submit Application

The first step to bringing home your new best friend is to fill out an adoption application.


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

FOR ANIMALS IN THE SHELTER - you can come in Monday - Sunday 10-5pm to do a meet & greet, no appointment necessary.


Meet the Pet

FOR ANIMALS IN FOSTER CARE - you will receive an email if your application is approved with next steps to set up a meet & greet.

Additional adoption info

Adoptions can be completed at our Fort Lupton Shelter or at one of our many adoption events that are held every Saturday around the Denver metro area. See our event tab on our website for more details.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

There are several ways you can meet our animals:

1) Come to our shelter in Fort Lupton. We are open Monday - Sunday 10am -5pm, no appointment necessary.

2) Weekend adoption events every Saturday. See our event tab on our website to see what dogs will be attending and where.

3) If the animal is in foster care, once your application is approved you will receive an email with next steps to setting up a meet & greeet.

More about this rescue

Soul Dog is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue organization founded with the mission to spay/neuter and protect animals. We are currently a small group of committed volunteers making a difference in the life of one animal at a time. As an all volunteer administration, all donations made to Soul Dog go directly to improving the health of the pets that share our lives.

Soul Dog is proactive in animal welfare advancing the need for spaying and neutering our pets to reduce overpopulation. We travel to rural communities on Native American reservations, where spaying and neutering will only happen if it is nearly free or very convenient. Soul Dog works with volunteer veterinarians to provide the spaying and neutering service at no cost to the public. Donations are used to defray the costs associated with medications, supplies, and the operating cost for clinics.