American Pit Bull Terrier
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Imagine living your life on a chain and then breaking free one day and landing in a shelter. That's Duran's story. He came to us dragging a chain during the cold snap last January. Duran's body bears the signs of a hard life: he has callouses on his legs from concrete, his teeth are broken or ground down, he's still gaining weight, and of course he's heartworm positive. His spirit, however, seems to be going through a rebirth. He knows that when we ask him to sit, he'll get a treat. He's figured out that booty scritches are fabulous. He understands that he will be fed regularly now and always have a bed and soft blankets to rest his head. He's even learned what toys are--the squeakier, the better. Duran needs someone to help continue his education of what indoor dogging is. He's available for foster or adoption. We continue to treat heartworm positive dogs once they are adopted. 5 y/o, 65 pounds, S U R V I V O R


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