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In shelter Dog

Wichita, KS, 67278
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
This is Libby (Liberty), she is a small pitbull who was recently pulled from WAS. This little girl is enjoying life outside the shelter. She loves being with her people whether inside or out. She is amazing in crate, loves car rides and doing well with leash, sit, down and stay training. Super smart but also a bit stubborn. Very food motivated. Going for dog testing next week as our group (2 bostons and 2 bonded larger boys) dont seem to be a good fit for her. She is very playful but needs work with her focus. Would do great with an active person(s) but settles into being a couch potato quickly. Likes kids but needs work with her food and toy obsession to feel comfortable with kids playing or eating around her. This girl is 45 lbs of pure muscle. She considers herself a lap dog. She requests a kiddie pool or large water bowl to get her water fix everyday. Overly obsessed with the hose so needs work to break that fascination. In our eyes, she is 100% adorable.

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