In shelter Dog

Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, Unite...
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Red, Golden, Orange, Chestnut with White
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Scribbles is an 8 1/2 -9  yr. old Pit Bull Terrier type mix. Scribbles is a very pretty girl!!  She has a light chestnut coat with lots of white all over.  Scribbles seems a bit larger than a Pit, and quite possibly (with her coloring), has some Boxer in her as well. Scribbles is a playful dog but she also likes to be quiet.  She plays with both male and female dogs at the shelter.  Scribbles is well mannered with people.  She can be a little shy if she doesn't know you but warms up once she is reassured you just want to love on her.  Scribbles sometimes enjoys being in the dog bed in the shelter office, where all the action is. She just quietly watches everything that's going on. Scribbles will most likely need to be housetrained, as she has been at our shelter a few years.  If you adopt, we would recommend possibly crating Scribbles at night and when she is home alone in the day. That would be until accustomed to new home environment.  Since Scribbles is a 'senior' girl, her adoption fee is only $50.  If you are interested in Scribbles, please call the Amarillo SPCA at 806-622-0555 for an appointment. Our shelter location is 11901 S. Coulter.


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