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In shelter Dog

Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Pet name:
American Bully
Coat length:
Sarah. (Hebrew: Princess ?)

FINALLY this ? was able to get out and socialize - safely (vaccines, monthly prevention). She loved everything that the world threw at her: pups, cars, bikes, lots and lots of people, water, taco stands, car riding, bandana wearing, leash walking. She handled it just like a princess would, with dignity and grace.

We continue to work on our crate conditioning (which is improving at great speeds). Potty training is going very well. She is so eager to learn, and has even picked up “sit” on command.

The name Sarah was chosen because it really spoke to her foster mama, and she is quickly learning to recognize the sound of it.

She would make a great addition to a home that is ready for a small pup, who will be a larger dog. A family that would love to take this eager girl on adventures, or just lounge around at home. She is a superb snuggler.

She has been around, primarily, two other dogs (one 62#, one 35#). No cats. Children, adults (male/female).

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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