Listed June 05, 2015
Age: 5 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.
Breed:Pit Bull Terrier
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DescriptionPit Bull Terrier / Mixed "short coat"
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3-4 yr old pit bull mix. Microchipped, spayed, up to date on her vaccines, and very healthy.
Her build is long, lean and elegant, on the tall side, light brown and white in color. She is smashing, exuberant, silly, happy, spirited and super smart!
As an abandoned dog (her dog parents had to move and could not take dogs along) she craves a lot of love, she is wiggly and enjoys hugging, touching, playing and being near humans. She is perfectly safe and very affectionate with people, as a matter of fact can be timid —bark and hide when meeting first. She warms up in no time.
She did great in her basic obedience class. A refresher could be useful after she settled in her new home.
She is a sports champion, she could be outstanding at Fly Ball, or any other agility dog sports. (We will screen Dog Fighters out!) Loves water and tennis balls. She could also be trained to rescue due to her tremendous sense of tracking and smell.
We feel the appropriate person for Carley would be pit bull savvy, enjoy exercising and playing with her. Carley would prefer not sharing her 2 Legged Best Friend with another dog, although she is well socialized. She safely ignores cats and livestock, and has a super recall. She is accustomed to riding in cars, and happy to go with you everywhere. Since she might behave overly enthused around smaller children we suggest older kids in the household.
Carley is very ready to find her new Friend and home!
Adoption Fee Details
Adoption fee $150.00 We require an adoption application, a home check and have an adoption contract if the adoption is approved.
The adoption fees you pay help us defray costs we incur when pulling dogs from shelters. We are charged by the shelters the same as you would be charged. The others costs we incur include spay & neuter fees and other miscellaneous medical expenses. We must also pay for the cost of advertising the dogs in order to find new homes, transporting animals, phone bills in responding to potential adopters (many of which are long distance calls), and food and supplements for the dogs.
All of the money you donate is used toward dog rescue. Our volunteers receive no pay. Usually, the amount requested for a particular dog does not even cover the cost of having rescued that dog.