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Code: BFT2022

Baby Girl   

In shelter Dog

Lake Panasoffkee, FL, 33538
Pet name:
Baby Girl
American Staffordshire Terrier
Hi! My name is Baby Girl. Im a friendly, happy youngster thats loves attention from everyone. I love to roughhouse and romp around and just have a good time! Being outside, romping around and chasing after geckoes are my favorite things to do. Im already house-broken and crate trained. I walk well on a leash, if I dont get distracted. Though I can be a bit hard headed sometimes! I can easily keep myself entertained, if I have a toy or bone and I am obsessed with anything that squeaks! I would do well in a home with dogs that are more my size and speed as I really like to roughhouse! I also travel very well in cars! I could be your perfect match!
Baby Girl is a 2-yr-old female amstaff mix. She came to us in August of 2021.
Baby Girl is already fixed, up to date on all vaccines, and ready to go to a wonderful home!
Please fill out an adoption application on our website at! 
If youre interested in meeting Baby Girl, call our office at (352)793-9117 to set up an appointment today!
YOUR Humane Society SPCA (352) 793-9117


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