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In shelter Dog

Charlotte, NC, 28217
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
contact foster parent at Hi! My name is Webster AKA Webby and I am looking for my forever home! I was found as a stray in Charlotte at the end of August. Since then Ive been at the shelter waiting for someone to take a chance on me! Here are some facts about me: - 2 years old approximately - Neutered - Pitbull possibly mixed with chocolate lab - 50lbs but needs to gain a few more - Potty trained - Crate trained (I like my crate!) - Food motivated but not aggressive - NEVER barks - Loves to snuggle and give kisses - Prefers sticks to toys - Takes medicine easily - Dog friendly and plays well with others - NOT alpha male - Likes to cook dinner with the humans - LOVES car rides - Non-destructive in the house - Pretty much sleeps all day - Will run away if not on leash or fenced in - Does well during bath time - Likes to sit by a bonfire Notes from foster mom: Webby is one of the best and easiest dogs Ive ever had. Sometimes I forget hes even there because he is so quiet and mellow! It took him about 2 days to relax and be himself in our home, but after a quick adjustment period he settled right into our pack. He is so loyal and loving - he just wants to be snoozing on the couch by your side.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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