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American Pit Bull Terrier puppies and dogs in Edinburgh, Indiana

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Tubbs

American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Franklin, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Spock

American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Young
Franklin, IN
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Cheerio

American Pit Bull Terrier Rat Terrier

Male, Young
Indianapolis, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
If you've never considered having a dog because you work during the day, Cheerio may be the dog for you! Cheerio was rescued from the Clayton County Animal Control facility in Georgia where he was on the euthanasia list, and has been in foster since the beginning of June 2023. He is a beautiful gray-brown guy (think Weimaraner color), on the small side (less than 40 lbs), with a long body and short legs, estimated to be about 2 years old, microchipped, neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations and heartworm/flea/tick preventative. DNA says he is mostly a mix of American Pit Bull Terrier, Rat Terrier and Chihuahua! When he first arrived he was very suspicious of people and would actually snap at a hand reaching back past his head, especially when he was in his crate, making it difficult to get him out to potty. As a matter of fact, the information that came with him stated he had bitten someone at the vet's office where he was taken after rescue. He has come a long way since then and is a generally happy boy, tolerant of being handled (except by a vet wielding a syringe!), and quite the snuggle bug, wanting to be a lap dog. He has met several new dogs while in foster and does fine with slow introductions. He also did beautifully at an adoption event where he was fine with being petted by adults and children alike. The biggest issue with Cheerio was his intense dislike of cats. Because his foster home has two resident cats, he had to spend a lot of time in his crate, only being allowed out when the cats were safely shut in another room, so he got very used to being crated. Eventually, he became used to them and was allowed out of his crate most of the time except for overnight, feeding and when home alone. Unfortunately, he has decided he hates one of the resident dogs and they have to be kept separated, so he is back to being in his crate most of the time. The positive of all this is that he would likely be a good fit for someone who works all day, possibly living in an apartment, since he is used to spending a lot of time in a crate. In his foster home he is taken on two long walks (between 3/4 -1 mile) a day; the first is an off-leash walk in the morning and a leash walk in the evening, with several trips (not walks) out-to-potty during the day. He is reliable off-leash in the yard and will come when called to go in. He should do fine living with someone on a work schedule. If you're away from home during the day, all of his crating experience here will serve you both well since he's used to it! Cheerio is basically a very good boy and he will most likely be just as good a buddy for an adopter if you give him slow introductions and plenty of time and space to gain his trust.
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Daisy

Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 3 yrs 5 mos
Indianapolis, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Black dogs are so often overlooked for adoption… 💜 Daisy is ready for her forever 💜 Do you live an active lifestyle? Are you looking to add another fur baby to your family? Daisy is the girl for you! Daisy is another one of 27 dogs that was moved from a neglectful foster and rescue. She was kept crated 24 hours a day. She has been super cuddly and active since getting saved. Daisy would love to find an active family that enjoys going on adventures. 🌲 Daisy is super smart and patiently waiting for her forever! Daisy is super sweet and loves meeting new people. Yesterday she went on an adventure with Erica, who helped save her! She went to Camp Bow Bow and met so many people and also went to Pet Supplies Plus for some treats. Will someone please give her a forever home? 🙏🏼 What we know: 🐾 Dog and human friendly 🐾 Fully vaccinated and microchipped 🐾 Spayed 🐾 Heartworm negative 🎊 🐾 Up to date on prevention 🐾 Would love an active family Daisy is looking for a foster or better yet an adopter! Apply below ⬇️ 📝 Foster application: https://form.jotform.com/secondchancespetsanctuarytx/Second-Chances-Foster-Application 📝 Adoption application: https://form.jotform.com/secondchancespetsanctuarytx/Second-Chances-Adoption-Application 📍 Currently in Danville, IN

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Second Chances Pet Rehab and Sanctuary - Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN 46131

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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Johnson County Animal Shelter

2160 N Graham Road, Franklin, IN 46131

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