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FREYA

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Young
Slinger, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
·Intake Reason: Transfer from MADACC·Weight: Known with: ·Cats: Unknown ·Dogs: Unknown ·Kids: Unknown ·Personality: ActiveGreetings, my name is Freya; that name means ‘lady' and I am hoping to be your precious little lady. When I was a young and crazy pup, I came to WCHS from MADACC (Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission) where I was a stray. I was adopted and lived with a person for about 6 months. There were a couple other pooches in my home and we got along fine and had fun when food or goodies like bones were not around. But if we were in the same room during mealtime, tensions got high and I felt I had to guard my goods. In order to keep peace in the house, my people decided it was best for me to come back to WCHS to find a home that might be a better fit for me. I am fine sharing valuable resources with people, just not other canines; this girl simply appreciates a little privacy when I am eating. I am a friendly and affectionate gal who may just fit on your lap since I weigh only 58 pounds; who wouldn't love extended snuggle sessions. In my previous home I was comfortable in a crate when I was alone so that I did not have to manage the whole house by myself; I could rest and relax in my comfy cozy little den. At bedtime, though, I got to share the bed with my person and that was fabulous. In my previous home I never had to develop a signal to let my person know I had to go outside because I was on a consistent and regular schedule. I have good house-training skills but still think it would be wise to give me plenty of opportunities to get outside until I understand the household routine; maybe I could even work on a nifty signal. I am an active lass who enjoys playing fetch and had a great time romping in my fenced yard. I do like to play with other pooches (as long as there is no food around); my mates do need to understand that I am a high-octane rough player who likes to have fun. I love car rides, Jollyballs and kiddie pools to splash around in on warm summer days. I am smart and like to learn; I already know the cues for ‘sit', ‘stay', ‘place/bed' and ‘gentle'. It would be lovely if we could take some classes together; perhaps we can practice obedience, rally, nose work, dog parkour or fun canine sports. I hope you stop by to make my acquaintance because I would love to meet you and start down the path of life together.#2
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DALLAS

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Young
Slinger, WI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Howdy, my name is Dallas and I am a fun-loving guy. I lived with a very nice family most of my life; I had some kids to play with, went to dog parks, had a fenced yard to play in and learned life skills like housetraining; I even lived with a couple kitties and was friendly to them. When I started to protect the furniture from my young masters, it caused some disruption in the home and I came to WCHS to find a new place to live. I was respectful of my person's things and had the luxury of roaming free when I was alone. I must confess that I am not a fan of crates and find them quite confining. At the shelter I am learning to be more comfortable in a crate because I have a soft-sided crate in my kennel that I can go into and out of whenever I want to. When I get to my new home, I would be willing to continue practicing with a crate; maybe you could take the door off one and make it available to me. A cozy blanket and some fun toys might make it inviting such that I could come and go as I please and become more comfortable hanging out in a crate. I am hoping for a calm assertive leader who will set some boundaries in a patient and positive manner because I am a sensitive lad who just needs guidance. A while back I lived with a Lab and also did well with a Ridgeback at my dog sitter's place; I have also been enjoying participating in the playgroups at WCHS. When I am around other pooches I would appreciate if no food or resources like bones are in the area because I prefer to enjoy those things in private. Speaking of eating, I would rather not use metal bowls; I find the racket they can make very unnerving. Perhaps a plastic or ceramic bowl would be an option; I could even enjoy my meals using a foraging mat to make it a fun and mentally engaging activity. In my previous home I had learned to sit by the door and whine when I needed to use the outdoor facilities. When I come into my new home it would be wise for me to have plenty of opportunities to get outside until we learn each other's signals and routines. I have been described as friendly, affectionate, playful and calm; I enjoy a rousing game of tug and think bubbles are wonderfully entertaining. I am a young lad who needs plenty of exercise to stay happy and healthy; I think going for walks is a spectacular way to explore and spend time with my person. Stop by to meet me in person because I think you will agree that I am 74 pounds of stupendous.#1
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ZIBA

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Slinger, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
**Ziba is being adopted out from her foster home, where she's learning sign language! Please call WCHS to set up an appointment if you are interested in meeting with her.**· Intake Reason: surrendered, owner was unable to care forKnown with:· Cats: lived with 2 cats, and liked to play with them· Dogs: went to dog parks previously, does well in WCHS playgroups; is in foster with multiple dogs· Kids: exposed to various ages· Personality: AffectionateGreetings, my name is Ziba and I am 40-pounds of special. My name means ‘beautiful' and I think that is very fitting because I am enchanting. My world is very quiet because I am deaf. Since I cannot hear commands, people have been using hand signals to communicate with me; I know the signal for ‘sit' and ‘good girl'. Because I could not hear you calling after me, I will be counting on you to keep me safe and out of trouble. I know that some folks who have a deaf pooch in the family use a vibration collar (no shock, please) to let the dog know you want their attention. I also appreciate it when humans do not sneak up on me or surprise me. In my previous home I had the luxury of roaming about freely when I was alone and also got to share my person's bed at night; that was fabulous. When I needed to go outside, I would sit by the door. When I first come into my new home it would be wise to watch me carefully and also give me plenty of opportunities to get outside to use the facilities. I must confess I am still working on becoming 100% when it comes to house-training. Lots of yummy treats and praise should help me develop that skill. I am a tolerant gal but I have a tendency to get overstimulated, so it would be great if we could work on some settle exercises. I am a smart lass and think it is important to keep my brain busy and engaged so I have been happy with all the enrichment I get at the shelter. I do enjoy romping with other dogs and am sort of a rough player but prefer not to share my toys with them; a girl has got to draw the line somewhere. I enjoy car rides and would love to be your sidekick as we go on many adventures together. I am friendly and outgoing but do prefer a slow and polite introduction to folks I do not know. Give me a few minutes and a couple tasty tidbits and soon we will be BFFs. I hope you stop by to meet me in person; I think it is lovely to increase my circle of friends and we could have a magnificent life together.#2
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SIX

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Slinger, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hey there, my name is Six and I am 49 pounds of adorable. I came to WCHS from MADACC (Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission) where I was a stray. Even though I look like a tough little dude, I was not thrilled about being out and about on my own; I am a fan of TLC and pampering. I could actually use some confidence building because I can get a little nervous around other dogs. Sometimes when I was out for a walk and I saw another dog, I would get excited and bark because I was anxious. The folks at the shelter think I may not have had good socializing experiences. But the nice humans at the shelter have been helping me to be more comfortable around other pups. I have even been participating in a playgroup with dogs that are calm, polite and respectful. I must confess that I do not romp or engage in very much play, but simply enjoy sniffing and watching the other dogs. Now I can be out for a walk and not get so excited when I see other dogs. I have heard that learning new skills can boost a guy's confidence so perhaps we can do some training together. I will work hard to make you proud, will be eager to please you and would likely enjoy any activity we can do together. I like to be outside with people and explore but am not really a marathon walker. I find joy in simply sitting and observing while basking in the sunshine and fresh air. It is important for me to have constructive outlets for my energy so it would be lovely if we could play games together and let me take on mental challenges; I do not like to be bored. If you want to meet a fun little tank of a pooch who adores people, stop by and ask for Six; I think my comical personality will definitely make you smile.#2
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REX

American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Slinger, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Intake Reason: surrendered, no time. had babyKnown with:· Cats: lived with 10 yr old female· Dogs: lived with male and female APBT dogs· Kids: good, nervous around newborn· Personality: Gentle and sweet boy who loves napping and cuddles
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Bambi

American Pit Bull Terrier Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Fond du Lac, WI
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
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Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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17.8 miles

Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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17.8 miles

Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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17.8 miles

Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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19.9 miles

Fond du Lac Humane Society

652 Triangle Road, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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19.9 miles

Fond du Lac Humane Society

652 Triangle Road, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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19.9 miles

Fond du Lac Humane Society

652 Triangle Road, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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36.5 miles

Chained Dogs MKE, Inc.

6409 W Euclid Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53223

Pet Types: dogs

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36.6 miles

Humane Society of Jefferson County

W6127 Kiesling Rd, Jefferson, WI 53549

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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