In shelter Dog

Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New M...
American Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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I'm Glennon, They gave me this name because `I can do hard things`, `Im a GD Cheetah.` Truth is, I dont feel like it quite yet but I'm doing my processing. They are making me go on walks around the campus cheering me on and praising me for steps that are intolerable, Truth is im 90 pounds when for health reasons i should be closer to 60. They make me eat food that tastes like health and smells like life in a field of grass with laughing children. Don't get me wrong folks, I enjoy children and people and other dogs ( I have a boyfriend named Pepper). Right now though? I want to sleep, spit out my thyroid meds, eat only chicken that my human friend brings me (Im staying in her office and she's WAY too chipper about it) and lay on the ground when they try to make me walk. I have no motivation but I'm trying. I have been doing this `plan` and it seems to be getting kind of easier. They say i am overweight due to my thyroid and my arthritis is pretty bad, I also have demodex but I am on the mend. Ugh...Im exhausted! Anyone out there got a fluffy bed and a yard? Anywho....I have no doubt about how beautiful I am. Its nice that the chipper office lady reminds me of it daily and knows how valuable I am. She gives me bath's and although she talks to me alot, I'm pretty sure she is trying to get me out of this place into something called a Foster or a Forever home that will continue this dreadful `I can do Hard things` health plan for me. Shes nice and I will tolerate this as long as she keeps bringing chicken...If any of you got better digs out there and want to help me..come down to the EASTSIDE shelter....I'll be around...Doing Hard things...Because I CAN!


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