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Bella - Courtesy Post   

In shelter Dog

Dallas, Paulding County, Georgia, Uni...
Pet name:
Bella - Courtesy Post
Pit Bull Terrier
Black with White
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*COURTESY POST DISCLAIMER: This dog is a courtesy post and is not affiliated with Friends to the Forlorn (FTTF). FTTF is not liable for this dog and an adoption of this dog would be independent of FTTF. All courtesy posts are spayed/neutered.
Breed: Pit Bull TerrierGender: FemaleEstimated Date of Birth: January 2, 2012Size:  60 lbsLocation:  Atlanta, GA
Adoption Fee: $150
Bella is an incredibly loving, sensitive, and attentive companion. She really wants nothing more than to please and is super engaged when challenged with new tricks. She's very food motivated and highly trainable, so much so that she would likely be successful and have a great time with agility training.
Although Bella is 8 years old, she is still very playful and active; she's really just a puppy at heart. She is extremely curious, loves to sniff around, play tug, and (for some reason), jump up on any wall she sees. She hasn't quite mastered fetch just yet, but she would love you to teach her! She is content to roll around in the grass and explore new areas, but at home, she's a an excellent snuggle-bug as she loves to cuddle and be close to her person. Bella is a pretty mellow lady, but is really up for anything - she's ready to relax with you or zoom around the yard. Her pittie head-tilt is one for the record books and will melt the heart of any onlooker. She has some really hilarious sleeping positions and often smiles in her sleep.
All around, Bella is an amazing dog and would make a wonderful addition to a family where she can be the only pet. She has some fear-based reactivity that doesn't make her the best candidate for a stroll in a city park, but she would love a fenced yard to call her own and people she can bond with.
*Friends to the Forlorn is assisting in the placement of Bella. If you are interested in adopting this boy, please contact us for more information! 


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