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In shelter Dog

Peotone, IL, 60468
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Meet our miracle young lady, Natasha (Tasha). She was found as a stray in June of 2021 emaciated, dehydrated and having seizures.  
In one months’ time, this little firecracker bounced back with a weight gain of 10# and her healthy little girl spirit came to life!  

Due to her condition when found, the vet put her on an anti-seizure med, Phenobarbital (30mg/daily) as a precautionary measure and she has been free of seizures ever since! 

Natasha is dog friendly (has not been cat tested).  Kids of all sizes are her favorite of the 2 legged kind, but she does get excited and may jump - so kiddos under 5, may need to be supervised upon initial introduction. 

She has been the only dog since being in foster home, so she is good with being the center of your attention.  Given her personality, she would flourish in a lively home with kiddos and maybe a fur-sibling or two.  

Although she does have a love for activities, shes a great snuggle bug and will curl up on your lap and nap with you on a lazy day.

She loves an adventure whether it’s a car ride or long walk in the park.  Tasha LOVES playing fetch and tug-o-war and will typically NOT surrender before you do!  She has a plethora of stuffies, squeakers, bones, balls and chew toys that she loves and she likes to have near by at all times because, as much as she’d love to have a playmate, she is wonderful at self-entertaining!  

Apply to adopt this perfect pooch online at by filling out our adoption application.   

Estimated DOB: 08/13/2018


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