Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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To begin the adoption process, please fill out the SOTB Adoption Application completely. Once your application has been submitted, our Adoptions Team will be in contact shortly to set up a phone interview and a home visit. Funny, happy, expressive and comical, meet Mila! This happy weirdo is 4-5 years old, and a little imp of a thing at 35-40 lbs. She's silly and bouncy, but not wild, more like moderate energy with a tendency to popcorn when she's excited. Mila has a terrible poker face, if she's thinking it, you're going to know it immediately, she makes the best faces. Mila gets along great with non-confrontational boyfriends, but has no use for bossy or rude girls. Cats? Not a chance, she's waaaay too interested in kitty. Her funny little terrier personality has plenty of goofy quirks to keep you laughing, and she bonds super close to her human, so expect an audience for whatever you happen to be doing. Looking for a goofy, comical little sprite to brighten your days? Mila may just be the one! Apply to adopt Mila at southofthebully.comOur adoption fee is $300. This covers spay/neuter, microchip, microchip registration, all age appropriate vaccines, and any needed vet care.


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