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In shelter Dog

Benton City, WA, 99320
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Brown / Chocolate
Meet Yukon, a younger lab/pit mix who is looking for his forever humans. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped & dewormed. 

Yukon had a rough start to life, ending up in a high kill shelter by the time he was the age of 6 months old. Fortunately, we were able to rescue him and get him adopted, but his adoption is not working out due to the level of trauma he went through in his young life. He is good with other dogs, but needs new people to go slow with him and let him come around to them. He is not good with cats, and not good with young kids. He requires a fully fenced in yard, and active lifestyle. He would really benefit from some formal training so that his new humans can learn how to communicate to him what they want from him. 

While Yukon is emotionally damaged, he is doing his best to be the sweetest boy he knows how to be, and needs proper training, redirection & patience in his forever home. He has a strong relationship with his human dad, as opposed to his mom. This boy needs a hero, could that be you? 

Adoption fee: $400
Location: Tricities, WA
apply at


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