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In shelter Dog

Grand Prairie, TX, 75052
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Hello my name is RICH and I am a female mixed-breed dog ready to find a home of my own! I was brought to the shelter after my owners could no longer keep me. You might notice that I am a little shy at first especially with all the loud noises of the shelter, but I promise that I come out of my shell in more comfortable environments. I especially like going for walks outside or running around in a yard to play! I would do best in a home without younger children, since they tend to frighten me. I dont like a lot of loud noises or running around, so Im looking for a laid-back home where I can just chill with my people and get lots of loving and pets. I have a very cute wrinkly forehead and sometimes I say woo wooooo! and wiggle my whole body when Im excited! I would be a great addition to a home with parents who want to spoil me and make me the center of their world. Ive heard other dogs that get adopted get to go to Starbucks and get something called a Puppachino... I dont know what that is yet, and I cant wait to find out! If youre interested in adopting me, please come by the shelter or visit with me today! I promise that Ill make a great lifelong companion for you.


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