In shelter Dog

Burbank, California, United States
Pit Bull Terrier
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This sweet girl came to us scared, dirty and hungry. Sadly, we had no idea where her puppies were since it was obvious that she had recently been nursing. She had some lumps and bumps and scrapes and after the Vet patched her up and ran a few tests, she came out with a good bill of health. Her diet may need to be regulated due to allergies; this is very common with this breed. Lemon Tart is the sweetest girl! She is affectionate and loving and is happiest when her belly is being rubbed. She doesn't need a ton of exercise, a few walks and then a plop on the couch would suit her needs fine. Unsure how she is with other animals, a meet and greet with your dog would be a must as well as your kids if you have them. She may need some house training and getting use to being part of a family, but we don't suspect that would take very long.


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