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In shelter Dog

Fenton, MI, 48430
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Goldie is approximately 5 years old and 40 lbs.  This girl has had a tough life, but you can make her dreams come true.  She had lived her whole life tied to a fence outside, but she has now been brought inside, shown love, and taken care of medically.  She was heartworm positive, has been treated, and now is ready for her new life in the lap of luxury in your home.  She is good with other dogs and kids and loves to chase the cats in her foster home.  She is a tiny package of love who wants to learn what it is like to be pampered and cared for inside.  Wont you show her the loves she deserves?  Her foster family says she is the sweetest girl.

The adoption fee of $175 includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, distemper/parvo combination vaccine, bordetella vaccine, deworming, heartworm test, heartworm preventative, flea preventative, a dental cleaning if necessary, and a microchip.

To inquire about this dog, please email  Include information about your family and pets, what you are looking for in a canine companion, how you plan to exercise and train this dog, and why this specific dog seems like a good fit for your family.  Those who provide the previous information will be considered first for this canine. Please do NOT call our center.  This will help us match you and the animal the best we can.  We usually respond via email within 24-48 hours; please check your spam folder if you dont hear from us.

Often there is very little known about our dogs and puppies history or even current habits. We are best guessing on breed blends. We cant guarantee there is or isnt a specific breed in their breed blend.

You can always expect to do training, regardless of whether you adopt a dog or a puppy, including crate training, house training, and basic manners. Expect a 10+ year financial, physical, and emotional commitment to this canine. We provide a variety of materials and resources to assist you with this. All dogs and especially puppies are a lot of work and a long financial commitment. Please research what it means to have a dog and make sure a dog is still going to be an important part of your life in 10-15 years. All dogs and puppies need a lot of patience and guidance.

Most dogs who are in shelters will need an adjustment period after adoption. No matter how nice our shelter is and how much attention they get from our volunteers, it is not a home and they will need time to acclimate and get rid of some nervous energy.

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Adopt-A-Pet, Inc.

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