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Adopt Chance

Male Young Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes

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About Chance

Chance A228110 Chance is a 10 month old male who came into the shelter on 5/30 as an owner surrender. Handling 6/26: Handling 6/6: Handling video: Leash Test: Large and in charge and still a baby, Chance is one big boy! He looks so innocent in his kennel. Chance takes a lot of disco naps or sits quietly waiting for someone to come by. He is easy to leash and walks past the other dogs without issue. Once the fresh air hits his face, Chance is ready to party. He can be jumpy when he is excited but actually listens very well too. Chance knows basic commands and takes treats gently. He seems to have his paw shake and down confused though. Ask him to shake and he slaps both paws on the ground as he lays down. It is very comical to watch. Chance loves to play with toys and bounce around. We see how his playfulness and size can be intimidating for kids, but we don't think he means any harm. Chance is still growing and will need to continue his training and get lots of exercise to be is best, biggest self. SURRENDER NOTES: too much energy, plays too rough with kids but very friendly.

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Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
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