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Adopt Noah- great with other dogs!

Female Adult American Pit Bull Terrier / Boxer


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Courtesy post! Please contact Deb Bobshosky at lildebpark@yahoo.com to inquire on Noah NOAH'S BIO: This beautiful girl's name is Noah and she was rescued by Good Sam in TJ Mexico when she was a emaciated puppy living on the streets. Noah is 3 yrs old now, healthy and a very happy girl but still searching for her forever home. She's still living with Good Sam in TJ who has over 30 dogs... and her dream is to become a US Citizen and have a forever home of her own in America! Noah Girl is very people, kid and dog friendly, cats unknown, spayed and fully vetted. She's very spunky and affectionate. Transport is available for meet and greets for serious interests in fostering or giving her a wonderful forever home. If you have any questions or would like to meet her in person, please contact Deb Bobshosky at lildebpark@yahoo.com. Thank you!

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Name
Noah- great with other dogs!
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Koko- fully trained!

American Pit Bull Terrier

Courtesy listing! Please contact Becky at : beckeric@earthlink.net to inquire on Koko Puff Meet Koko! Koko girl is awesome! She's a goof... show more

Courtesy listing! Please contact Becky at : beckeric@earthlink.net to inquire on Koko Puff Meet Koko! Koko girl is awesome! She's a goofy, petite, young, low-medium energy, people-loving APBT. She is currently being fostered in our home with a male Doberman and small female dogs, all of which she does fine with. She largely ignores the small dogs and plays well with my Dobie. She would do best in a home with a large breed, non aggressive male dog, or even as an only dog, as she is much more people oriented than dog oriented. We have done some pretty intensive daily training with her, so she is alrady crate trained, potty trained, walks well on leash with the correct collar (this includes not reacting to other dogs on walks), and knows a few basic commands including "bed", "sit", "down","stay" and "take it nice". She is a very smart dog who learns quickly but can be selective about her listening- so she needs an owner who is familiar with dog training and can continue to set boundaries and rules for Koko as her leader. When I got her out of the shelter, she was jumping on people, snapping food out of my hands, and generally unruly, but in a very short period learned to settle down and be respectful. Her new owner needs to be committed to reinforcing and continuing everything she has learned. Koko adores all people, including kids, but I wouldn't reccommend her for a home with kids under about 10 simply because she is so strong and can get excited while playing. My 14 year old has done a good deal of her training and she loves him. She fetches and returns tennis balls and toys, is curious about the water, and just generally wants to be with her people all the time. She's a good hiker and would probably enjoy running as well. She does occasionaly bark at other dogs while she is in her yard but when people approach the fence, she just gets wiggly and kissy. We have a gated property and she has never tried to run off, even with the gate wide open. She is not food aggressive at all with people, I can easily take food from her, but she will get a bit defensive about her food with other dogs, which we are still working on. She sleeps happily in her crate all night from 9-6 and enjoys chewing on bully sticks and marrow bones. Koko does have a prey drive and should not go to a home with livestock, chickens, small rodent type animals, and probably not cats- unless you have a really badass cat that will stand its ground. She needs a couple walks , ball-playing or dog-playing sessions a day, other than that she naps and hangs out with her people waiting for you to rub her belly or give her treats or let her sit in your lap. She rarely barks but does make lots of gorilla grunting noises! She also has a funny habit of army crawling on her belly. One thing that stood out to me about Koko is how AMAZING she does in the car. We took her off-roading one day and she just chilled the whole time, even on some crazy rough trails. She is always looking to hop in a car and go for a ride, and loves meeting new humans with her wiggly butt and kisses. She would probably do great as a companion for a truck driver, as long as she could get a couple pit stops with exercise each day. She would make a great dog for outdoors type people as well, particularly off roading or RV people. Her happiness is people, who she bonds with strongly, so she is not a dog that can be put out in the yard and forgotten. Koko is spayed, microchipped, recently had DHLPP vacccine, rabies vaccine, treated w preventative dose of Frontline, and a preventative deworming treatment. Her adoption fee is $175 and requires an application and home check where Koko meets all family members, including any other pets. She is being fostered in the Redlands area but we can drive up to an hour to meet potential adopters. Feel free to email me at beckeric@earthlink.net if you have any questions about Koko or if you'd like to put in an application on her. I can also send you more pictures and videos of her. It will be a lucky person who gets this beautiful, well behaved girl! show less