Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 2 year's old
Where you can find me: At WAG
Energy Level: Medium
Training Goals: To work one on one with her & a trainer to help overcome fears & anxieties
House trained? Yes
Medical Needs: I have had a very unstable past, to help me cope with my fears I am on anti-anxiety medication!
-I arrived at WAG when my owners were arrested and I was seized. They never came back to get me so WAG has welcomed me to stay until I find a new home.
-I am VERY scared of men and would like a home with a woman.
-I am like to go on hikes but I mostly like to be with you!
-I love to sleep in and cuddle on the couch with you for hours. I am a movie night and snacks kind of girl!
-You will need to meet me a few times before we are best friends, but warm chicken is a path to my heart!
-I like to sit on top of my favourite humans and give them hugs and kisses! In exchange, they can rub my belly for hours.
-I can spend hours napping in the sun.
-I LOVE to swim!! I am a mermaid.
-I am very smart and am extremely sensitive to others emotions.
-I never wore a muzzle when I came to WAG and now I am fully muzzle trained.
My Perfect Match:
-Is willing to take a few trips to WAG to get to know me before taking me home.
-Is experienced with reactive dogs.
-Gentle and kind.
-Lives in a QUIET area – busy places are not for me!
-Has a yard – I get nervous on busy walks so having a safe and secure yard with a solid fence where I can relax is a must.
-Loves snuggly girls, watching movies, suntanning in the back yard, and SNACKS!
-Will continue with my training and take me on SAFE and secluded walks and adventures only.
-Patient with me on our first few meetings – I will probably be scared of you at first!
-Lives a quiet lifestyle with few visitors/social events at the house.
-Will love me forever no matter what!
I have had a very unstable start to my life. I was impounded by the RCMP when my previous caregivers were arrested. They never returned to pick me up and I was left at WAG. It is believed that I was abused and neglected in my previous home, hence my fearfulness and anxiety. I have never had a stable home life, or proper training, both of which I need in my next home. I am quite sad that I've found myself at a shelter but I have settled into the stable routine well and impressed the staff at how much I have grown in my time here! I can't wait for a family that will commit a lifetime of love to me.