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In shelter Dog

Homestead, FL, 33032
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier

This is handsome boy here is Khalid. Khalid came to us from the streets of Homestead on October 13th, 2019 carrying a bag of garbage he had found. He was very emaciated to the point his skin was tight against his skull and rib cage, all you could see was skin and bones. It took some time to get him filled in and healthy. We believe he’s 2-4 years old. Not sure how he is with kids as he never interacted with them while in our care. He’s dog selective and if another dog is around his food he becomes food aggressive which is not his fault since he had to probably fight other strays over food to survive. Other than that he is crate trained and a bit of a shy boy but he’ll warm up over time. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask or if you’re interested in adopting Khalid, you can fill out our adoption application in the link below!

*Transportation is provided to approved adopters anywhere in the state of Florida!

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  1. American Humane Association
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