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In shelter Dog

Cypress, TX, 77433
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Coat length:
“I am Starr - I have the magical power of making humans laugh. 98 % sure my grin is infectious.  

I lived on the streets for 8 months before some nice folks got together and rescued me. Since my rescue I have had a permanent happy face. I’m so grateful for my new life off the streets. 

If I could plan my perfect adventure, it would start with cuddling my new human and then playing ball, followed by a dip in my kiddie pool. Did I say I like ball? Big, small, any kind of ball! Even one hanging from a tree on a rope! I’m down for ball 24/7!  

I thoroughly rock my sit and lay down skills. And I’m pretty impressive with my fantastic potty habits and perfect behavior in a crate too. I’ve got to admit I’m pretty awesome!  

My foster mom has done a really good job taking care of me when she got me off the streets. I am 3 years old and 45 lbs. I am now spayed, have all my shots and I tested negative for heartworms. I also have a cool microchip!  

I’ve never been around cats or other dogs or children, but I’d love to be in a family with bigger humans.

I can’t wait to start my new awesome life!”

Please apply at


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