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In shelter Dog

Oklahoma City, OK, 73189
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Coat length:
Hope is a very beautiful approximately 5-year old Pit Bull mix who weighs about 60 lbs. She was rescued 3 years ago from a small rural shelter with no heat or AC.

She loves people, going on walks, and going on car rides. She can be pretty chill at home but also has a playful side. Shed love a walking buddy and one she could then come home to cuddle up with on the couch.

Hope would love a home where she had a fenced yard to run and play in and a person to love. She has some dog friends but can be picky so would likely do best as the only dog in the home. She would be fine with older children but may be too strong for toddlers.

Hope is a strong girl who likes to chase cars on walks so she will need someone who is capable of walking her.  Shes also be fine with lots of play time in the yard and snuggle time in the house. 

Hope is crate, leash, and house trained.  She is spayed, current on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped.  Her adoption fee is $200.

Could you be the home this beauty has been waiting for?

If you would like to adopt Hope and make her a part of your family, please apply at

Hope is also available for foster or foster-to-adopt!  Contact Kim at for more information on fostering Hope!


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