In shelter Dog

Corning, California, 96021
American Pit Bull Terrier
Brown, Chocolate
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Pint sized fun!!TWO YEARS WITH COCO!! We can’t believe Coco has been with us for two years as of today!!  PLEASE SHARE & HELP COCO FIND FOREVER!!  Coco is roughly three to four years old. She is pint sized, weighing in at roughly 40lbs. Occasionally Coco will get so excited that she will spin in circles and chase her tail. She loves toys and bones. Coco is potty and crate trained.  Coco is some sort of bully mix and loves to play with male dogs. She does okay with females, but will not be placed with one. Coco has a strong prey drive and not suitable for a home with cats or small livestock. We require an adopter with strong breed experience. The adopter must live within an hour of Corning, CA. A fully fenced yard is required. Coco’s cheek is an intrusive fatty tumor, likely caused by some sort of trauma to her face. It has been biopsied and no cancer was present, but it is interwoven with bone. We have not removed the tumor because of the risk it could cause to her ear canal and salivary glands. The tumor does not seem to impact Coco. We continue to assess this.  If you are interested in Coco, please contact us via email or DM.  #rescuedog #rescuedismyfavoritebreed #Adopt #530pets #tehamacounty #forever #rescuedogs


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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