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Adopt Canary

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes


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About Canary

Canary A223553 Canary is a 3 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 12/25/20 as a stray. Handling: https://youtu.be/SgMYsL9Sb9k Canary, much like her namesake, is a little gal who, well, sings! This girl makes her presence known. She’s a pocket pittie and a total goofball. Canary is friendly and outgoing and loves everyone she meets. She seems young and still has some puppy-like behaviors (she can be mouthy), but will respond to correction. She will occasionally show off her ‘sit’ for a treat but what she really wants is to wiggle and wiggle some more, and soak up all of the love and attention you can give her. Canary walks well on leash and is easy in and out of her kennel (she’ll sometimes cry when her person walks away!). She’s a fun and spunky little gal who is sure to provide lots of entertainment for her new family!

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Details

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

Pit Bull Terrier

Nora A221589 Nora is a 6 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 10/6/20 as a confiscate. Handling 12/15: https://youtu.be... show more

Nora A221589 Nora is a 6 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 10/6/20 as a confiscate. Handling 12/15: https://youtu.be/orX1n9jPBCk Handling 11/7: https://youtu.be/czotOVo5wFA Handling: https://youtu.be/kjiGgpJl-zg Look at that face!! Look at those eyes!! BEAUTIFUL!! She is so bewildered by the shelter environment. Not sure how she got here or why she is here. We have spent time with her over the past week since age arrived at the shelter and can see it will take a little more time for her to trust us. She is easy to leash up and take outside-she has learned the routine! When she sees the volunteer with treats and a leash approach her kennel she knows that mean it’s her turn and she is ready!! Outside she keeps to herself coming close enough to ask for more treats but staring deeply into your eyes and making quiet snort sounds-that means “I would like more treats please”. Nora spends most of her time sniffing the perimeter of the play yard and will often watch trucks as they park nearby-I imagine she is thinking to herself “are they here for me ?” She misses someone and seems quite well cared for. Soon we know she will trust us at the shelter and see we only want the best for her. Give her a few days and she will blossom!! We love her don’t you?? show less