Nala traveled all the way from San Antonio to Redmond, WA. She is being fostered in a family with 2 parents, 2 teenagers and 2 unfriendly dogs. Poor Nala!
Nala is a beautiful bully mix. She is the perfect dog for the experienced pitbull lover.
She is a big, squatty girl at about 60 lbs. and 3-4 years old. She spent over a year in a rural shelter outside of Houston and then was kept in a boarding facility for another year.
She is affectionate with her people and likes to greet other people. She is taking a confidence class with other dogs and owners, and she enjoys greeting the people in her class. If I let her, shed probably sniff at everyone. She is very curious about other dogs though some dogs might think her rude. Shes enthusiastic. She enjoys playing with other bullies with similar playstyles. She tries to play with her 25 lbs. foster fur sibling and he is not amused.
Nala would appreciate walks and time with her family. Because of her size and enthusiasm for life, we think shed do best in an adult only home or with older kids.
Shes a lovely dog and as an added bonus, her fur feels like velvet:)
***Bonus: Nala eats fruits and veggies and helps clean the floor:)
Her adoption fee is $500 which covers her transport, spay, vaccinations, microchip and 2 training lessons.
She spent some time in a board and train and has a good foundation.
Please contact Karin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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