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In shelter Dog

Dyer, IN, 46311
Pet name:
Bull Terrier
White / Cream
Coat length:
"Hi! My name is Jasmine and I am a 4 yr old Bull Terrier/Pit Bull Terrier Mix. I was dropped off at the shelter by my owner who was forced to move and got caught hiding me in her apartment. It made me and my mom really sad to have to part ways. I am now looking for someone new to call mom! I have a very playful personality and have been wonderfully socialized. On top of all of that, I am very smart!!!! I know to get "down" or "off" when told. I also know sit, lay and drop it!!!! I walk very well on a leash and I listen very intently to everything you say. Please come meet me today!!!! I love meeting new people." (shelter adoption coordinator) 

She enjoys her outdoor playtime, most of all fetching tennis balls and galloping alongside her foster mom at the park. On rainy days, her favorite indoor activities are singing in her sleep, hiding her Go Dog mini dragon babies or toting around her Nylabones.

Foster home failed her 1/8/11. She underwent surgery 1/10/11 for torn cranial cruciate and meniscus ligaments. She was in a new rehabilitative foster home for care on cage rest for approximately 4-6 weeks following this procedure. Her rehabilitation went well.


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