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Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier, Bull Terrier, Mixed
Hiya! My name is Fiona aka Spazzy McGee! I am an 8-month-old American Staffordshire Terrier who weighs 38 pounds with the most gorgeous blue eyes. I've never really had a family and was living on the streets, so I ended up in the shelter not too long ago. To make it worse, I had Parvo and there was a chance I wasn't going to make it. However, TLRD saved me, rushed me to the vet and I survived! 'm a Parvo survivor! I'm back to being a healthy, energetic, happy puppy! I I just got to my new foster home and I love it here. So far we've learned I have a spunky little personality, I'm great on the treadmill and I know how to sit and wait patiently for treats. The two other kind dogs here have already taught me so much, like boundaries. I've never lived with a family before, so this is all new to me but I'm loving it and I know I'll adjust to this newness in no time. I briefly met their cat, but to be honest, I was so overwhelmed I didn't even process what that little thing was. We're going to try again after I get used to things first. Most importantly, I'm just a super cute girl who can't wait to find my forever family!


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