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Adopt Tazz

Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes

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About Tazz

Tazz A222216 Tazz is a 3 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 10/28/20 as an owner surrender. Treats 12/12: More Play 11/28: Fetching 11/21: Playing 11/14: Handling 11/14: Handling video: Tazz has pizzazz! He came in skinny and sad. Owner surrenders either shutdown right away or a few days in after being in the shelter sets in. Tazz definitely was still blissfully unaware when we had him out the first day. He was so happy to receive attention from people giving him yummy treats for just being himself. Tazz sits on command and allows all over handling. For being so skinny he is particular about what he puts in his body, no basic treats for this guy. When he wanted more treats he did the cutest butt scoot closer but not being too invasive in our personal space. Tazz wags his tail like he means it too. Tazz LOVES toys and is amazing at fetch. He brings the ball back and drops on command. He’s happy to self-entertain with toys and when you want some attention from him, he’s happy to let you rub his belly.

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
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