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In shelter Dog

Grand Rapids, MI, 49505
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
This special soul with the adorable sour puss and squeezable smushy face is Sally !! Sally is a 65 pound, 4 year old Stacy Mix who came to our Rescue all the way from Arkansas. This sweet girl is deaf and will need an experienced and patient home that will give her the attention and continued training and patience she needs to flourish. Sally will need to be the only furry friend in the home and it needs to be a fenced-in home without children. Sally is crate trained, house trained and she loves to learn new things !! She is very smart and a very hard worker. We think she would love to take training classes with her forever humans; she is so eager to please and she is so full of love. Sally is a super snuggler who doesnt have a concept of personal space - she wants to be in her humans laps giving hugs and kisses. Sally is spayed, microchipped and up to date on shots. To adopt Sally apply at Her adoption fee is $250.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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