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In shelter Dog

Harrisburg, PA, 17111
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Gray / Blue / Silver
No kids under 8, no cats.

Hi! I go by the name Mystique and I am an adult Pit Bull mix. When I arrived, I wasn’t in the best spirits or shape. A very nice couple found me tied up where they happen to work. I am so glad they saw me and got me the help I needed! I put on weight, my skin is looking great and I am so much happier! I also appeared that I had puppies recently, but they were know where to be found. I hope they are safe, like me! I do ask that if I live with children, they be at least 8 years old. I can be apprehensive with handling and a little mouthy when excited. I am super sweet, snuggly and give the best kisses. I will sit, but would benefit from continued training and such. I also am quite strong to walk! I am always on the go! I’ll need plenty of exercise and play time. I cannot live with cats, but I did okay meeting another dog. I seemed to want to play, so a well-chosen canine companion might be okay by me! I also am plenty of girl to be your one and only, too! I deserve to be spoiled and loved, don’t we all though?! Be a part of my new beginning and ask to adopt me, Mystique!


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