Pit Bull Terrier, Border Collie, Mixed
Black with White
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Ebbie is about 6 years old and has been with us since about 1 year of age!  Ebbie is an undiscovered gem of a dog!  She may be middle aged,  but she has lots of spunk and energy! She would make a great walking buddy; she walks obediently on a leash, sticking by your side. Her coat is mostly black with splashes of white  on her chest, face and toes, plus an adorable pink splotch on her nose. Her short haired fur is easy to care for, but having a black coat means you are often overlooked in a kennel of many dogs.  She’s a medium sized gal and is some sort of Pit Bull Terrier mixed breed. As with most of the dogs, when you visit them in the kennel they are very high energy.  Ebbie seems to bounce off the walls with excitement to meet you. Outside of the kennel, one on one, Ebbie is a gentle, calm, sweetheart.  She is very attentive and eager to stay close by you, ready for some loving attention.  She sits patiently by your side and enjoys having her head rubbed, being brushed and petted.  She has kind soulful eyes that sparkle with youthful joy and also years of wisdom. Come spend some time with her and see if you are a match! Please call the Amarillo SPCA at 806-622-0555 for an appointment.  Our shelter:11901 S. Coulter.


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