In shelter Dog

Rootstown, Ohio, 44272
Pit Bull Terrier
Black with White
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Hurley Gurley here,      I am a three year old pit girl, of 61 pounds.I was hit by a car in a bad area.The kind people that witnessed it,opened their car door to me. I didn't have any injuries, but a few scrapes.However, I was thin and neglected. I had been with them for a month and they had been so kind to me. They said nothing but good about me. I am very loving and get along great with their dog.We played together. They would have liked to keep me, but cannot. I have moved into the rescue. My only drawback is I get very car aggressive, towards anyone that comes near the car when I am in it. I must have been taught to guard a car. I would not be a dog to take with you, if you like to drive with your pet. I am protective at first meeting people in my home. Once I meet them and interact, I am fine.I am calm in a home and can be left alone without crating.I am perfectly house trained. I would like to have  a fenced yard, for the freedom it offers me.My best point is I am so loving. One of my favorites things to do is crawl up in your lap and lay my head on your chest. Six hours alone will be enough for me.If you would like to consider me to be your best friend, please fill out the ap below.I am ready to start over. If interested, you can easily fill out an adoption application by clicking here:  adoption application For anyone viewing this on Petfinder, if you are interested in adopting this animal you will need to go to our website to fill out the online adoption application. You can usually find more pictures of the animals there too. Click on our name "Roses Rescue" in blue above to be taken directly to our website.      


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