Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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This pet is being adopted under the PawsLikeMe rehoming program but is located in Rowlett, Tx. Pizza is a wonderfully goofy girl. She loves to go for walks, play fetch, tug rope, and get snuggles and pets on the couch. She is an absolute pleasure to watch while she plays. She bounces on her toys like a bunny. I would describe her as a medium energy dog; she's happy with just a walk and a little play each day, but I bet she would be up for more if you want her to be. She is very smart and is onboard for whatever you want to teach her. She is typically a quiet dog, but if you leave the window blinds open, she will assume the role of home protector and will bark at any threats she sees outside. Rest assured, she doesn't bark when out on walks. She has been crate trained and spends her time in her crate while we work. She is great with people once she has been introduced to them, especially if treats are involved. She can be a little nervous before that. She has an instinct to chase very small animals, but she does well with medium and large dogs. When we brought her into our home about a year ago, she was heartworm positive. She finished her treatments early on in her life with us and now has a clean bill of health.


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