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Code: BFT2022

Cherry Pie   

In shelter Dog

Columbiana, AL, 35051
Pet name:
Cherry Pie
Mixed Breed
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Meet Cherry Pie! Isnt she the sweetest? She is just awesome. Just look at that show stopping smile! She loves to play and has lots of confidence. She gives great kisses and snuggles too. When she is zooming around, she is very careful not to run into you (that is a rare thing in young energetic puppers) she takes treats very gently and is a super happy girl. 
Kristy Verant 

Notes From Weekend Warrior: "Cherry Pie is doing great! 
 Very treat motivated and eager to please. Sits on command and working on sitting for putting on leash and opening doors. Shes a big puppy, with lots of puppy energy and love. Love bug Great for hugs and snuggles once she gets some of that energy off. Generous with kisses, lol.
 Seems to be housebroken and crate trained but she whines if she hears people up moving. Great with our two dogs, seems like she might be good with a dog-savvy cat. She is really interested in smelling ours, but shes not lunged on leash. Prey drive is very high (chickens) but she recalls to her name and clapping. Seems mostly curious, but if given the chance would absolutely chase a rabbit, chicken or squirrel.
 I have observed no resource guarding with human or dogs. They randomly swap toys often. She follows me around with the others while we gather up food bowls and disperse to their spots. Sits with others waiting turns for treats.
 Ideal adopter would be an active young family with another docile dog or two. Cat if they are willing to teach her.
 She went to Cahaba Brewery last Sunday and was gentle and friendly with kids and other dogs. Super sweetie! "


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