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In shelter Dog

Yakima, WA, 98901
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Gray / Blue / Silver
Extra Large
Meet Candy, a 3 year old female Pit Bull Terrier/Staffordishire Terrier mix.
Candy is a BIG girl. She is 110 pounds and while she does need to loose some weight, she is always going to be extra large. Candy loves attention. She is surprisingly outgoing. Candy is happy to slobber all over anyone see meets and will jump up on you if you arent petting her enough. Candy loves toys and is playful. While her handler was distracted on the phone she placed her front paws up on the shelter counter, got into a donation bad and stole 3 toys and a dog bed. The photographer was too entertained to stop her.
This pet is available for adoption on 9/10/22. If you recognize this animal please contact the adoption center at 509-457-6854.
If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an adoption questionnaire at A Yakima Humane Society staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received.
A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animals picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is life saving. Adopt Dont Shop.


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