You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Cuddle Bug!April is a 70 pound, young adult Pitbull mix. April loves her people and is a cuddle bug with lots of love and kisses to give. She is a playful girl, who loves to carry her toys with her when she goes for walks. Her favorite game is "Trade" with her toys!
At home, April loves to snuggle with her humans and enjoys spending time in her crate for quiet time and when left home alone. She can be left alone at home for several hours, and is very happy to see her people when they return. April loves to check on all the goings on at home, but will politely wait when asked to leave the kitchen and counters alone while her humans are cooking.
Car rides are always a welcome treat. April loves to go out to visit friends or explore new places for walks with her humans.
When on walks, April loves to explore her neighborhood while walking nicely on leash and being polite to other dogs. She has made lots of progress on her reactivity to dogs who bark at her, and just needs help redirecting her attention and moving away to stay safe.
Like many Bullies, April has sensitive skin and a sensitive stomach. April came to SVPP with severe ear and skin infections, so will need high quality vet care to maintain her healthy skin and ears. A healthy canine diet keeps her tummy very happy. She is housetrained and can live happily with or without a yard.
April will benefit from being the only pet in a dog-savvy home where she will receive ongoing training, enrichment, and lots and lots of love, which she will immediately repay with pibble kisses!
Prior to adoption, all dogs are spayed/neutered, tested for heartworm, vaccinated (including rabies, if age appropriate) and microchipped.
Adoption fees for dogs: http://www.svpetproject.org/info/adoption
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