Piper is a cute 7-year old female Pit Bull Terrier mix who was surrendered by her tearful owner on March 6, 2022.
This little beauty has a brown/brindle short smooth coat with white highlights on her chest, short legs, a long tail, and a beautiful face with a white muzzle/white stripe on her nose/forehead and short semi-erect ears.
Piper has a happy outgoing personality. She wiggles all over the moment you make eye contact with her and is eager to be given some loving attention.
Her previous owner told us that Piper loves her people friends (including children) and especially loves the human touch.
Piper has been home schooled and knows many commands (sit, stay, down, speak, shake, and roll over).
Pipers favorite activity is a game of hide-and-seek with treats being hidden instead of people hiding from her.
Piper is a very intelligent little girl who is great with her two-legged friends. She adored HSOV Kennel Tech Thai Bigley who helped her with glamour photos on March 8, 2022.
Piper is NOT good with other dogs, and she does not like cats. She would really need to be in a home where she could be an only child. She would also need a fenced-in yard since she is an escape artist when she is tethered and will run away if she gets loose .. And then she gets in trouble when there are other dogs in the neighborhood since she has a history of being dominant/aggressive.
Piper is afraid of loud noise and thunderstorms.
Piper has been kept indoors and is housebroken.
Piper weighs 39.6 lbs and walks fairly well on a leash.
Piper has already been spayed. She is up-to-date on vaccinations, wormer, flea treatment, and heartworm preventative.
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