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In shelter Dog

Cheyenne, WY, 82009
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
If dogs could talk, what a story Ms. Juniper would tell! At just three years old, Juniper has spent over half her life in shelters. She made the long journey from a shelter in Texas to one in Wyoming, to a new home, back to a shelter, to a 9-week training program, to three different foster homes! All in less than two years! 

When you consider everything Juniper has been through, it gives you a different appreciation for her never-ending excitement for play, her love of a couch to lounge on, and the warmth she gives when she meets new people. Juniper has wisdom beyond her years! 

Take a look in her striking amber eyes and youll see a lifelong companion for hiking, camping, lounging and cuddling. Juniper is eager to please in exchange for a daily game of fetch and belly rubs. Shes got a great head start on basic obedience, is friendly with dogs of all sizes, and knows that toys are for chewing, not shoes! 

All Juniper wants is to find her forever home and shes waited patiently for so long...could you be the one to give her the life she truly deserves? 

To help support Juniper and her new family, her adoption fee includes three, one-hour private training sessions with BDARs trainer!


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