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In shelter Dog

Roswell, GA, 30076
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Breanna is an amazing dog with an amazing rescue journey!

In February we rescued 2-year-old Breanna who was found tied outside without food or water or the ability to protect herself from other animals. She had many injuries and scars.

THEN- Breanna even went through two major surgeries, had 18 inches of her intestines removed and came within minutes of dying. We were called by the vet asking if they should euthanize….We had to fight for her!!!

Thanks to so much help, donations, and prayers, she is absolutely thriving!!!

She now weighs 55 lbs and is the biggest love bug She was assisted in her recovery by 3 fur babies as well as her foster parents

Breanna is an AWSOME dog! She gets along with dogs of all sizes, she is not food aggressive and eats in the same room with her brothers and sisters! Breanna is calm, she is crate trained and, like all our other pittie mixes, will require a fenced yard!

Breanna is playful and cuddly and has the most beautiful eyes She is kind of a middle-of-the-pack kind of dog. Her courage and resilience is simply amazing!!

Now that Breanna is completely healed, her new journey must begin!

Apply to ADOPT Breanna at

Follow Breanna and our rescue on social media @twotailzrescue


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