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In shelter Dog

Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
White / Cream
Coat length:
******Special Needs dog please see notes at bottom****

Pattie is 3 years old, full of life and loves to run and play! She is house broken, loves chew toys and balls of any kind. She loves kids and adult females, she is more reserve with adult males but usually comes around in time. 
She is crate trained but its not her favorite place to be. She is spayed, up to date with all vaccinations, and 
microchipped, she is heartworm negative and on monthly prevention. She is 65 pounds of true love!

Pattie is still learning her manners, she is still all puppy at heart! She loves to cuddle in bed and watch movies or go for a long walk and explore. She is very smart and could easily be trained to do tricks and special commands. She is not destructive, just a little clumsy/goofy as most her size are. She loves to snuggle and gives the best hugs! She loves riding in the car, especially with the top down! She loves chasing birds on the beach!

She has been tested with a few other dogs, and was good. But we know she DOES NOT LIKE CATS OR OTHER SMALL ANIMALS.

Pattie is a special needs dog! Please read what that involves fully!

*****We REQUIRE Pattie to go into a home with a person who is home at least 75% of the time (works from home, or is retired.) She loves humans and is happy with constant human interaction. 
This is not because she is destructive. It is because she has been through so much being abandoned at a local shelter. It takes a while to earn her trust, but once she loves you she lets you know!
Pattie would love to be adopted with her sister Sallie!

Adoption fee is $300.00


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