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Cattle Dog, Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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**COURTESY POST** Meet Darling Lilly, a 4-1/2 year old cattle dog/pittie mix who is good with children and enjoys playing ball and splashing around in kiddie pools in the hot weather. She knows some basic obedience (sit, stay, and recall) and loves to cuddle. Lilly was fortunate to be adopted from a local shelter as a puppy, but her previous owner was unable to provide her with a stable environment for much of her life due to his own emotional and mental issues. Lilly is a very loving dog and loyal to her humans but she needs to be in a quiet home without the tension and volatility she experienced previously. She has lived with other dogs but can be dog selective. She would do best in a home where she can get lots of exercise and one-on-one attention. Due to her previous experience, she can be a bit apprehensive with men, but has never shown aggression. She is well aware of what is being said to her and the tone in which it is said. She needs someone with lots of love and patience so she can learn to trust and know that she is safe. If you can give Lilly the life she deserves, please contact Barbara Bellina at or 714-309-1090


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