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Code: BFT2022

Lil Chef   

In shelter Dog

Harrisburg, PA, 17111
Pet name:
Lil Chef
Pit Bull Terrier
Red / Chestnut / Orange
No kids under 10, no cats, no dogs.

The chef is in! The Lil Chef, thatโ€™s me! I arrived here as a stray back in June with my three little biscuits. We were found abandoned behind a dumpster. My puppies have grown up and no longer need me, so it is my turn to find a home. I do ask that if I live with children, they be at least 10 years old. I can be nervous and apprehensive with handling, also a little grabby with my food. I am very affectionate, never short on kisses! I do know basic commands, but could always benefit from continued training and socialization. I love to play with toys, get all the affection from my human friends and be the center of attention. I cannot live with cats and I need to be your only dog. I can coexist and just do my own thing, but I am very uncomfortable when another dog tries to sniff me or initiate play. I deserve nothing but the best and will be plenty of dog for you to only need one! If you would like to get to know me, ask my friends to meet me, Lil Chef!

MEDICAL: Lyme Positive!
Humane Society of Harrisburg Area (717) 564-3320


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