Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Brindle with White
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Animal Profile: Noel is a cute 1 1/2 year old Pit Bull mix who joined us from California on January 10. We will post more info as we get to know him.  Seattle Foster Update: This big, sweet, exuberant pup will  thrive in a home where he gets training, leadership and structure. He will do best with a resident dog that is close to or equal to his size due to his lack of body awareness. (He tends to crash into things in the house!) He loves walks and he'll go over agility jumps in his foster's yard, so he'd enjoy activities like that. He even followed his foster straight up the wooden stairs at the neighborhood playground and loved it! Noel is a bit barky with new people, especially men, but once he knows everything's okay he’s turns wiggly. He's gaining confidence with strangers now. He will go outside to potty but he doesn't like to spend much time outside, especially if it’s raining. Noel has a tendency to resource guard toys/bones with other dogs so it would probably be best to find him a home as the only dog.  He does well with dogs outside the home or if the resources are picked up inside the home, he does currently share a home with a resident dog in his foster and this has been manageable.  Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which includes spay/neuter, current rabies/DAPPV/bordetella vaccinations, microchip, health certificate, and heartworm test. All adoption fees are donations to a Washington non-profit corporation and all donations go to benefit the animals in our rescue.  Apply online at Animal History: This dog was rescued from euthanasia at a high-kill shelter in California and will be available for adoption in Seattle, once evaluated in a loving foster home in the greater Seattle area. 


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