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In shelter Dog

Youngstown, OH, 44509
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
This little lady was found on Garland on July 8th. Filthy dirty, skinny, old wounds, new wounds a rash on her belly and huge ticks in her ears. She has all the markings of a dog that lived outside with no companionship or care. 
Despite her crummy circumstances she is the most loving wiggle butt you will ever meet. Oh, and happy too! She bounces around like a little kid! It is almost impossible to get a decent picture of her. She is eiither flopping around for belly rubs, rolling around playing with other dogs or getting ready to spring into action! (First photo ?) 

Judy went to the vet this past week
thanks to Friends Of Fido MCDP for tummy troubles and to be tested for lyme disease due to all of those ticks she had on her. We are waiting on her fecal test and lyme test results. 

In the meantime please share her. She is such a ray of sunshine. An innocent little love bug. She needs a home. 

Judy is a young adult pit bull mix
Dog friendly 
Cats unknown 
Older respectful kids 

If you are interested in meeting her please email to request an application. Once approved we will call you to set up a meet and greet.

Friends of Fido will cover the costs of training classes to an approved adopter.,


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