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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Mount Juliet, TN, 37122
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Gray / Blue / Silver
“Why, hello! My name is Chyna and I’m a beautiful 10.5-year old gray & white Pit Bull! When I arrived at The PAWvillions, I underwent emergency surgery for an infection in my uterus due to not being spayed and used for breeding, had several masses and growths that have since been removed (and declared benign), and was also diagnosed as diabetic which meant I required a prescription diet and insulin twice daily. With high-quality care and a little bit of miracle dust, though, I am so proud to share that I no longer require insulin! This is a very rare recovery, but I’m a very special girl! I am sweet and loving and just want a home of my own, with a family who will love and treat me right! If you’re willing to try, I’m certain I’ll make a great addition to your family. Let’s meet!”

All potential Forever Fosters must reside within 100 miles of Mt Juliet, TN. All Forever Fosters dogs will have any medical expenses paid for by the sanctuary for the duration of their lives. To fill out a Forever Foster application, please visit our website at
Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary (615) 314-5565


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