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Male Adult American Pit Bull Terrier

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San Jose Animal Care Center

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07/04/21 12:38Reason animal needs rescue: Draining tract under chin/neck, likely abscessType: MedicalImpound type: OSTHoshizaki07/07/21 15:57Also has ear infections.KTyson07/17/21 13:47Walks well on the leash, and likes to play fetch. Very sweet dog. Does like to slam into handler when excited.07/28/21 13:36Foxtail removed from draining tract under chin. Still has ear infections.SharonO

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Spayed / Neutered
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