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In shelter Dog

Liverpool, NY, 13088
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Age: Approximately 1 year as of July 2022.

Weight: Approx. 45 lbs.

Ideal Home: Akira would probably be happy in just about any home, whether adult only or kids too; other dogs are possible pending meet & greet; at the present time its unknown how she feels about cats.

Favorite Thing: Getting away from her pups for some moms time out!

A young dog herself, Akira was brought to HumaneCNY together with her seven several-week-old puppies. Right from the start she trusted all of us here and has never attempted to guard or prevent anyone from entering her room or from being around her and her babies. In fact, its the very opposite: She has welcomed us with open paws! Although Akira wears a mask, there is nothing mysterious lurking behind it. She is a delightful, open-hearted, always smiling girl. In her, you will find everything youve ever wanted in a best friend. Shes easy going, affable, and is happy to go wherever you want, whenever you want. She walks great on a leash, is not the least bit dog reactive, and the cute little snorty sounds she makes as she sniffs around are over-the-top adorable. If youre interested in having Akira as your new BFF, you can meet her by contacting HumaneCNY at (315) 457-8762.Contact HumaneCNY if interested in this animal. You can fill out application to adopt at the shelter.


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