Cuteness alert! Volunteer favorite in the house! Ducky arrived at the shelter on April 2nd from our friends at the Rescue Network. She was surrendered to them as the other dogs in the home were picking on her. Ducky is a young pit bull type gal who looks like she could have a little bit of bulldog in her. Her front legs are somewhat bowed out, most likely a genetic thing. It doesn't slow her down at all as she is a pretty active and happy one year old girl. Ducky has been completely vetted and her fee is $125.
Ducky will need some basic training as she is still a youngster. She is very eager to please people. We think she would do best in a home with older kids, maybe 5 and up. Ducky loves to play! She will prance around proudly with a favorite toy. We do think she could do well with male dogs with slow introductions. She really is a happy little character!
NOTE: Adoptions are done via private appointment once an application has been completed and is approved. Applications can be submitted at our website, mchs.rescuegroups.org.
We are located at 101 22nd St. SE in Austin, right next to the airport. It's exit 180B off of I-90, right off of 218 South.
We do require that potential adopters be at least 21 years old and that any resident dogs be up to date on vaccinations, heartworm testing/preventative, and spayed or neutered.
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