Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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FOSTER PLACEMENT PARAMETERSHello, my name is Jazzy! I am an extremely sweet girl that will never be afraid to show off my affection. I can be very goofy during play time and I enjoy the company of other dogs. I get so happy around everyone that I cannot contain myself and become super wiggly with joy! I am having a bit of a ruff start to life. As much as I would love to run and play with my canine and human companions, I unfortunately have a bone infection in my right front leg that prevents me from enjoying life to the fullest. Although it is a bit painful, I remain optimistic as I look forward at my road to recovery! I am looking for a quiet home that can give me the space to relax and the support I need during my recovery. I am a bit sensitive to being touched around my foot so please keep this in mind while I am in your home. Due to this, my future home should be an adult only home without other dogs to keep my activity level low. Will you open your heart and your home to me and give me a chance to recover and show you my full potential? Please share to help me find a furrever home! Dogs: Not at this time. I need to focus on recovering.Cats/Small Animals: NoChildren: No, adult only.Energy Level: ModerateFood/Object Possession: None seenSeparation Anxiety: UnknownPotty Trained: Unknown***Behavior may change once in a stable home environment. This is a summary of behaviors noticed and tested for during the animals stay at the shelter.***


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