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In shelter Dog

Philadelphia, PA, 19140
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
White / Cream
Meet Phoenix! This sweet senior gal found herself at ACCT after being found as a stray in mid September. Phoenix was shy when she first arrived and was fearful of the shelter. It took her a few days to open up and she needed slow intros when meeting new people. Phoenix has blossomed into such a loving and sweet girl though! Since she can still be shy at times when meeting new people she would do best in a low traffic adult only home. She has had good dog meets in shelter as well and having another dog in the home would likely help to boost her confidence! If you are looking for a mellow gal to cuddle up with during the cold weather Phoenix is the perfect match! See what her staff friends said about her below: As soon as we got into the run she started soliciting attention, giving kisses, and just being her cute self. We then decided a good run around would do us some good. She got the zoomies and ran off some energy. Another staff member came in the run and Phoenix immediately took to her. She was soliciting attention from the both of us and getting booty scratches from both of us. Phoenix is super sweet and affectionate and has come a long way.


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