Amora the sweet Mama!   

In shelter Dog

Sanford, Seminole County, Florida, Un...
American Staffordshire Terrier, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
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Amora the sweet Mama!
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Description: say you want a quieter dog who will love you with all her heart and want to go on adventures with you?  And, you want a dog that is super pretty?  And, one who loves to go on walks with you?  Well, here you go...Meet AMORA!!!!! Amora is a friendly and well-adjusted girl. She loves people once she gets to know them, and wants to be the Queen of the house. She is energetic and would love to live in an active home, play in a fenced-in yard, chase lizards, and sunbathe:) Amora is absolutely beautiful... her pretty red coloring glistens when she is in the sunshine. She walks well on a leash and enjoys touring the neighborhood.     Amora was a mommy dog, and all of her babies have then since been adopted and now she is patiently waiting for someone to love her as much as we do!   Amora is a loyal, loving, and playful dog who loves to play fetch. She is very cautious when meeting new people, but will bond with you when you have spent time with her. She has so much love to give.   She would do best without any other dog as she is an alpha and does not play with other dogs here. She loves to play with toys and a ball outside. She is house and crate trained.  Amora would be best for an adut only home as the only pet so she can luv and be luved by her people~ She is perfect age to offer many years of companionship, while being passed the zoomie age of a puppy and young adult. Amora is worth putting in time to get to know her:)   Please consider coming by to meet with her and then returning for a dog4day adventure and maybe even fostering her.  


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