In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
American Pit Bull Terrier
Blue, Silver, Salt & Pepper
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If you are looking for a squishy-faced nugget who leans in for kisses, loves to roll around in the grass, and is always down to ride shotgun, then Leroy has you covered. Leroy is ready to be your adventure buddy and your guaranteed +1! Leroy prefers to take his time making new friends but once you're in, you're in! You'll just need some yummy treats & a bit of patience. Leroy would do best with someone who wants to take him on daily walks or jogs. He went to an agility event recently and ROCKED IT so if you want to work with him on those skills, that would be cool, too! Leroy is too much doggo for little kids but respectful teenagers who want to help out with his training - and play with him! - would be wonderful! We'd love to get Leroy into a home so that he can catch up on his sleep, decompress, and just get to be a derpy doggo. He appears to be housetrained but may need a refresher once he's in a home. We've learned that Leroy is pretty awkward around other dogs. He wants to play, but he just doesn't know how, and he's stressed so that doesn't help. Leroy would do best in either a pet-free home, or in a home with a confident, calm dog who can show Leroy how to dog. We can help you schedule a meet & greet! Leroy will go home with the support of the Orange Dot Crew (a volunteer advocacy group) as well as free training thanks to @friendsofaac. Please reach out to learn more about this goofy cuddlebug!


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