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Coco is a 5-month-old, 35 lb. pitbull mix. She is playful, cheerful and loves toys, with her favorite toys being balls. Since Coco, her momma and her litter mates lived outside until recently, she is still learning how to live with humans in a home. She will need a patient owner who will help her learn to be comfortable and not fearful with leaving the home on a leash, riding in a car. and doing activities outside the home. She is just starting to learn how to walk on a leash. She did well during her vet visit. She is also doing very well with her potty training as long as she is let outside every few hours. Coco loves other dogs and doesnt react to cats. She likes adults once she gets comfortable and overcomes her shyness. We havent seen her around children. She is very treat motivated and learned to sit after just two times of being instructed. She is learning her boundaries inside the home, and like most puppies, is fond of shoes so she will need supervision and guidance on that. She sleeps well through the night on a dog bed near her foster family. We are requiring a home with a secure fenced-in yard for her since she is young and needs lots of room to run and play. If you live in the central Florida (Orlando) area and think you have the perfect forever home for Coco, wed love to find out more about you. Please complete our adoption application and well see if youre Cocos perfect match.
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