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Adopt !*TILA

Female Young American Pit Bull Terrier / German Shepherd Dog

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San Jose Animal Care Center

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About !*TILA

09/10/21 16:33My name is Tila and I am as sweet as they come! I love to love and will gladly accept all of your love! I have been working hard on my manners and my leash walking skills and not to brag but.., I am doing great! I would love to be in a household with someone who is patient and has time to help me grow. I have come a long way from when I first arrived here at the shelter and I would love to live with someone who will help me continue with this awesome progress! I would love to meet you! P.S. bring treats =)CHuey

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