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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Clinton Township, MI, 48036
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Hi! My name is Hope! Im about 6 months old, weigh about 35lb, and Im a Pitbull Mix! Im a very sweet playful girl! Im learning sit but I would benefit from more positive obedience training. It was discovered when I came to the shelter that I have Demodex mange, which caused my hair loss. Demodex is a type of mite which is actually quite common on all dogs. Its usually only when younger dogs or dogs with immune compromised systems or dogs in a stressful environment will show symptoms. It is treatable, and I have been treated for demodex. I most likely will do fine with kids 6 and up as long as we are properly introduced and supervised. Im up to date on age appropriate vaccines, however I will need to see my new veterinarian within 2 weeks of my adoption to ensure that I stay healthy and keep on a regular vaccination schedule. My adoption fee is currently being sponsored by Macomb County Animal Control. Macomb County Animal Control is now welcoming walk-ins. If you are interested in meeting, the doors are open Monday-Friday from 10am-3:30pm. To help speed up the adoption process, it is recommended that you complete the online application found at the link below.
Macomb County Animal Control (586) 469-5115


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