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Adopt Penny

Female Adult American Staffordshire Terrier


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One Planet Rescue - CA Chapter

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About Penny

Foster-to-Adopt me!   Hi everyone, it’s me, Penny! My friends at OPR rescued me from the San Jose shelter at the start of the pandemic in April. I’m a total love bug, and I’ve never met a person I don’t like, but I’m choosy about my canine friends and would do best in a home where I can have my pawrents all to myself. My favorite place to be is next to my humans keeping them company.   I  love to go for walks and walk well on leash, but I can get pupset when walking past other dogs. I just need to learn that it’s okay and that I have nothing to worry about. My other hobbies include sleeping in sunny spots, sniffing in the backyard, watching you cook, going for car rides, and being adorable. I don’t even mind going to the vet! I don’t really like to be left alone at home for long periods of time because I start to worry about my people. Can you blame me? I basically think humans are the very best! I would love to find my very own forever family to adore. Do you think that could be you?  FOSTER to ADOPT an option ..     To learn more about me and better yet, to arrange to meet me, please fill out this application: www.tinyurl.com/AdoptMeNow   Woof!

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Details

Name
Penny
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
NO
Ok with cats
NO
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