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Ty von Houston+   

In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, CA, 90064
Pet name:
Ty von Houston+
American Staffordshire Terrier
White / Cream
Ty von Houston is a beautiful 7-8 year old Pitbull. She is a blue nose Pitt Bull who was grandfathered into WGSR as a puppy when we moved to our facility on Hill Street 7 years ago. It saddens us that she has been living in a kennel ever since.  She is fed well and our staff walks her every day, but Ty needs a big-hearted adopter to show her what it’s like to live in a home and be loved by her very own person(s).  Ty’s a big,  sweet girl who loves getting belly rubs.  She walks well on leash and enjoys running and playing with other dogs. She is housebroken and  crate-trained.  She likes giving kisses and just lounging by your side. Ty also revels in rolling on her back in the grass. She has a wicked tail wag that makes her whole butt wiggle.  She has fun playing with puppies/young dogs at the rescue. She’s also treat-motivated and takes them gently. She did a few weeks of in-home training and was amazing. This special girl knows her sit and down commands and likes to show off in our kiddie pool.    She is protective of her home, but isn’t that a good thing?  Ty needs a loving hero – might it be you?


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