Pit Bull Terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
White with Brown or Chocolate
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King is a happy dog who has a real zest for life. He loves being around people and being the center of attention, but also can entertain himself with his toys. King's favorite toy is his jolly ball and he loves running around the yard with it in his mouth. He also enjoys playing a game of fetch. King can be a bit particular in his dog friends, and seems to enjoy the smaller pups. King gets along well with cats and is very tolerant when his foster kitties brush up against him, but he does have resource guarding issues and will chase the cats away from food. King loves humans of all ages and sizes, but due to his size and exuberance, he should not be placed in a home with small children. He is being fostered in a home in MN. King has taken some obedience classes and knows some commands, including "sit", "down", "stay", "wait" and "come". He has also made a lot of progress on his impulse control issues. King loves to go for long walks and does well with his gentle leader. King gets excited when he sees objects that are moving, such as cars, bikes and children, but he is able to be refocused on his person with the help of some tasty treats.  King is crate-trained and house-trained. 


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