In shelter Dog

Rootstown, Ohio, 44272
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with Tan
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Mia here and I must say I am pretty perfect! I have had a low key life and don't expect much. I will need to learn that you are my best new friend. I have been lacking in the excitement department, due to a lot of crate time. With a new life style,I will perk up. I am a 3&1/2 year old , 50 pound pit mix. I am medium energy and laid back.I am shy when I first meet you, because I have not experienced too many people. I will get over that, as I encounter more of you and your friends. I am house and crate trained. I ride well in a car and even take a bath like a champ. I can be left alone while you are at work, with no issue. I get along with children and dogs.  I am too fixated on cats. I would like a fenced yard, so I can freely spend some time outdoors..Kind children of 10 and up would be best. I am very loving and loyal to my people, My owners don't have time for me and I was crated a lot. They felt the best thing for me, is a new home. I had been living with a Chihuahua. I am now with  the rescue and enjoy the freedom of the dog farm. I love the pond and romping in water. I am ready to share new adventures with you. You won't regret bringing me into your life. Patiently waiting..... 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 www.rosesrescue.net 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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