In shelter Dog

Sacramento, Sacramento County, Califo...
Pit Bull Terrier
Brown, Chocolate
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Hi, I’m Scallion! I was abandoned at the dog park near the shelter and am now looking for a forever home. I am a young brindle boy with lots of energy! I love to run, play fetch, and chew on my favorite toys. I would enjoy an adopter who is active and a home with a yard so that I can expend my energy. I have not been tested with any other dogs at the shelter and will need to learn basic commands when I am in my new home. I prefer to sit by your side with a toy rather than on your lap, but I allow pets after playtime and have had positive interactions with older children at the shelter. The shelter is really stressful for me. I'd love to be adopted soon so that I can enjoy playtime outside! To meet me, please make an appointment with our adoption staff by calling, 916-875-2287. The appointment phone lines are open Tuesday-Sunday from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. (closed Monday and holidays). Be prepared to give the shelter representative my animal ID number. The phones get busy, so if you don’t get through right away, keep trying. We’re working hard to provide each potential adopter with excellent customer service!


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