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Sand Castle   

In shelter Dog

Austin, TX, 78704
Pet name:
Sand Castle
Pit Bull Terrier
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Sand Castle is a bona fide working dog who will focus all her attention on you and want nothing more than to please you. She is a very well trained and obedient dog. She is affectionate, not demanding -- and really appreciates a good butt scratching.

She was skittish and shy when moving into her foster home, and within 48 hours she became comfortable. Shes not living with other pets now, but on her leash walks she seems interested in dogs she sees and wags her tail. She also saw a cat and wasnt very interested in it. 

She is a healthy, athletic girl who has plenty of energy to spend on rides and good walks. Shes not destructive and doesnt show any interest in getting on couches or beds. Shes been left alone and free roaming the house for up to five hours, and she doesnt bark, dig in the fenced-in yard or try to escape. She is house-trained and waits patiently at the door. 

This smart girls obedience skills are flawless. When told to go lay down, she will retreat immediately to her favorite spot. She does like to sleep a lot. Come meet Sandy. Shell be so glad to become your furry employee!
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