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Adopt Frannie

Female Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes

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About Frannie

Frannie A233732 Sex: Female Age: 1 year Arrived On: 10/3/21 as a Stray Handling: Leash Test: A little love, that's what Frannie is...just a little love. Frannie was found as a stray and has hair loss and bumps all over her little body. Despite what most be very uncomfortable, Frannie is just a happy girl. Frannie knows sit, has the cutest little partial zoomies when she is excited, and takes nicely. Frannie is easy to leash up and walks nicely. Sweet little Frannie is looking for a home where she can get the medical care she needs for her skin, quality food, and all the love a new family can give her.

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Spayed / Neutered
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