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Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes


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About Noah

Noah A225173 Noah is a 2 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 3/5/21 as a stray. Handling 3/8: https://youtu.be/z4SgqaMYl9s Handling video: https://youtu.be/Gilb98ck_sc Leash test: https://youtu.be/87kQNG90A1k Noah, looked so serious in his kennel. His face looked pensive with worry wrinkles on his brow. The shelter is a pretty scary place for him, all the loud sounds seem to really affect him especially in his adjustment period. But once he’s outside, he is a very curious somewhat carefree boy. He loves to watch the other dogs walk around the yard and all the activities of the shelter. Noah certainly enjoys treats! He is extra attentive when they come out and shows off his beautiful sit in exchange for some. He allows all over handling and was pretty mellow most of our time together. We know he’s wondering where his family is, he appears well cared for and clean (not like the typical street dogs) and we know he had a home prior to arrival. Noah doesn't understand why they haven't come for him and neither can we.

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Name
Noah
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Large
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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Abracadabra

Pit Bull Terrier

Abracadabra A222076 Abracadabra is a 2 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 3/22/21 as an owner surrender. Handling vide... show more

Abracadabra A222076 Abracadabra is a 2 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 3/22/21 as an owner surrender. Handling video: https://youtu.be/aZaTOOARtDY Poor Abracadabra was returned after a few months for being too dog reactive. We knew she needed to be an only pet during her first stay and so did potential adopters. This world is full of only dogs, reactive to outside world type dogs, that live happy lives in homes willing to work with them. Abracadabra will need a family that understands her needs and loves her as a one and only. The little gal that left us last year came back all grown up (and in)! She’s a little cute chunk now but her ears still are the same spell casters we remember. Abracadabra is easy to leash and very engaging with her handler. She definitely didn’t love come back to the shelter and let staff know her displeasure but since that has seem to come to terms. She’s learned some new commands like down and takes her treats gently. Abracadabra allows all over handling and is respectful of our personal when we were down on her level. Every dog dreams of big grassy fenced backyards to romp around in but they don’t all need them to be happy. Abracadabra might do better in the burbs opposed to the hustle & bustle of city life, but a good home dedicated to her training is the best starting point for her. ** 2020 INFO ** Handling 10/25: https://youtu.be/wincB9Ra4X0 Handling video: https://youtu.be/bVrskJ32rzs Abracadabra will cast her spell on you and make you fall in love with her immediately, that's for sure! It certainly worked on us. Abracadabra is ready to get out of her kennel when it's her turn to get outside for some fresh air. This girl is sweet and playful and will nail her 'sit' for a treat each time she is asked. Abracadabra's tail wags and she seems to looooove human attention. This gal is on the smaller side and seems to have been well taken care of. And not to state the obvious but... how cute is she?! Abracadabra is awesome. show less

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Earnest

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Earnest A225013 Earnest is an 8 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 3/7/21 as a stray. Handling 3/9: https://youtu.be... show more

Earnest A225013 Earnest is an 8 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 3/7/21 as a stray. Handling 3/9: https://youtu.be/FueuqPtfC5g Handling 3/6: https://youtu.be/weYhT1ISelc Handling 3/3: https://youtu.be/_yUAsFe1NOU Handling video: https://youtu.be/h8ooHQ6OBOM Leash Test: https://youtu.be/wGiHawTxXHA Leash Test: https://youtu.be/cYry-fU_SUQ Leash Test: https://youtu.be/vOYi34kYKKY Leash Test: https://youtu.be/tWfwohJCMI4 Earnest doesn’t love the shelter. Who can blame him though. He is slow to come out of his kennel and hates going back inside too. Earnest is low key inside, usually quietly laying in the back corner out of sight. He can be suspicious of the leash but doesn’t put up a big fight coming out. Earnest has mellow energy like an older dog but it’s hard to tell his age by appearance. Outside Earnest is still a mellow guy that doesn’t ask for much. He does some owner searching but will also engage with him handler. Earnest allows handling all over, really enjoys butt scratches, and his happy just to be next to someone. He doesn’t show much interest in toy or treats, hates getting his picture taken, and doesn’t appear to know any commands. We might never see the full personality Earnest hides under his shelter worries so a home that allows him to come out of his shell at his own pace is best. show less

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Kilt

Pit Bull Terrier

Kilt A225111 Kilt is a 3 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 2/24/21 as a stray. Handling video: https://youtu.be/E7e... show more

Kilt A225111 Kilt is a 3 year old spayed female who came into the shelter on 2/24/21 as a stray. Handling video: https://youtu.be/E7eScRYfp1U Leash test: https://youtu.be/hLID3YTl2T8 Kilt might not have the luck of the Irish but tartan looks beautiful against her red hair. Kilt lays in her kennel in the most adorable way, always with her front paws crossed like a lady. She came to us way to thin and an ear that looks like something to a bite out of it long ago. Other than that she wasn’t in too rough of shape and fairly clean. She is one of the calm dogs and easy to leash. Kilt is surprisingly long legged and still pretty strong for her frail frame. Once the fresh air hits her face, she comes to life. Kilt loves to play with toys and explore the lot. She knows basic commands and takes treats gently. Most skinny dogs are persistent on getting all of our treats but not this girl. We almost had to beg her to take the first few and after that she was nonchalant about additional ones. Kilt loves attention but doesn’t demand it. She happily wags her tail when we pet her and will cuddle if invited but doesn’t jump all over us when down at her level. Her body tells a story of hardship but not her attitude. Kilt is ready for her luck to change for the better, that starts with a family to call her own. show less

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Lechita

Pit Bull Terrier

Lechita A225905 Lechita is a 3 year old female who came into the shelter on 3/29 as an owner surrender. Handling 4/10: https://youtu.... show more

Lechita A225905 Lechita is a 3 year old female who came into the shelter on 3/29 as an owner surrender. Handling 4/10: https://youtu.be/cO-PqMOpfz0 Handling video: https://youtu.be/K35cD6MIII0 Leash Test: https://youtu.be/r8xaq7wPKn8 Lechita is so scared. She has a deer in headlights look in her eyes constantly. The first week at the shelter all she did was shake when we took her out of her kennel. Just like the other dog she was surrendered with, Lechita is underweight and scarred up. We would guess it was a not enough food for two dogs and fed out of the same bowl situation that led to confrontation. Lechita devoured her first meal before we took her out. She wasn’t as famished once we met her and almost hesitated taking her treats. Lechita would freeze a lot outside but did let us handle her all over. She plays like she doesn’t understand commands and hasn’t shown us even a sit, but she is gentle taking treats. Lechita doesn’t shake so much when we take her out but we are still waiting to see her playful side. Her energy has been mellow so far. Lechita let us know that she is cool leaving her former life behind, including her housemate. She deserves to have a new life surrounded by positive experiences. Surrender notes: can no longer care, lived with dogs (came in with MooMoo A225904) show less