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Serenity

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

If you have any questions about Serenity, please contact Marleigh's Friends at adoptions.marleighsfriends@gmail.com

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About Serenity

Adoption Fee: $200.00

Serenity is such a sweet soul.  She has had a rough majority of her life, but so badly wants to love.

She lived two to two and a half, plus years in a crate in the back room of a grooming facility after an unknown rescue dropped her off to be boarded a few days and never returned.  She was extremely overweight due to lack of exercise.  She came out of her crate only when her crate and bedding were cleaned or someone would come to try and help her.  On top of all of this, Serenity had heartworms.

We were able to get her out of that place and moved to a rescue boarding facility where she has been able to see the outside world and socialize with not only humans but other dogs as well.  She was taken into our rescue in June of 2019.  A year later, she is still there, still without a family of her own BUT her heartworms have been successfully treated and she is now HEARTWORM FREE.

Serenity loves kisses, loves car rides and loves people, including children.  She would do best with older children though because she does not always realize her own size.  Serenity does not do well with cats, and would do best with a chill dog friend to hang with (she doesn't like to play) or as an only dog.

She is missing an ear and her body is covered in scars, but she is so beautiful and full of love!!

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Details

Name
Serenity
Age
6 years, 5 months
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Primary Color
Gray
Pet's Special Needs
Heartworm Positive
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO

Marleigh's Friends

Dallas TX 75214

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Serenity is such a sweet soul.  She has had a rough majority of her life, but so badly wants to love. She lived two to two and a half, p... show more

Serenity is such a sweet soul.  She has had a rough majority of her life, but so badly wants to love. She lived two to two and a half, plus years in a crate in the back room of a grooming facility after an unknown rescue dropped her off to be boarded a few days and never returned.  She was extremely overweight due to lack of exercise.  She came out of her crate only when her crate and bedding were cleaned or someone would come to try and help her.  On top of all of this, Serenity had heartworms. We were able to get her out of that place and moved to a rescue boarding facility where she has been able to see the outside world and socialize with not only humans but other dogs as well.  She was taken into our rescue in June of 2019.  A year later, she is still there, still without a family of her own BUT her heartworms have been successfully treated and she is now HEARTWORM FREE. Serenity loves kisses, loves car rides and loves people, including children.  She would do best with older children though because she does not always realize her own size.  Serenity does not do well with cats, and would do best with a chill dog friend to hang with (she doesn't like to play) or as an only dog. She is missing an ear and her body is covered in scars, but she is so beautiful and full of love!! show less