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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94103
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Coat length:
Sunshine is a compact, 53-pound chunk of love. She lives up to her name! She is incredibly loving and open to new experiences—a great cuddler who charms almost everyone we meet. She’s a people dog, very happy-go-lucky and has big bursts of energy. Sunshine is also very curious and food motivated. Bonus: She is not a barker!
Sunshine has been in her home for nearly 2 years (shes about 3-4 years old) but they are struggling with her medical issues and living with her in the city. Sunshine has semi-frequent (urinary) accidents in the house and stage 2 kidney disease. This is completely manageable with the right veterinary guidance. She is still young and full of life. She would love a household with disciplined, attentive owners who could play games of tug, let her run as fast as possible and keep her from trying to eat everything off the ground! 

Sunshine would benefit from a home with easy access to outdoor space and people who are willing to manage her condition with prescription food, a daily pill and regular check-ups. She is kid friendly and could be a great one-on-one dog, likely with a large male dog she can roughhouse with OR with a large breed puppy.


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