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Code: BFT2022

Blue Eye   

In shelter Dog

Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, United ...
Pet name:
Blue Eye
Hound, Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
ABOUT ME: I came to the SPCA of Texas back in February as part of a cruelty case involving a lot of other dogs. I'm still figuring out how to be a dog in the real world and will need some nice humans to be patient with me while I adjust. Snacks and a friendly canine companion will help me learn to trust you and get comfortable in a home.PERSONALITY: Beautiful? Moi? I'll admit, most humans seem pretty taken with my gorgeous coat! I've been told that I have the coolest coloring and markings around. I'm still shy around humans, but I do love other dogs! Playing with other dogs is my favorite thing to do! You may not be canine, but throw in a few tasty treats in there and I'll come around eventually. HOUSING: I'd do best in a home with a securely fenced-in yard, but I'm willing to try a low-traffic apartment in a quiet area. DOGS: Sure! It's actually highly recommended that I go into a home with a confident, friendly, doggy sibling who can show me the ropes! KIDS: 10+ please. I would love to meet them! SPECIAL NOTE: Eligible adopters get to take me on a test drive through a trial adoption!


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