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Adopt Lexy

Female Adult American Pit Bull Terrier

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Annay

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Welcome everyone to magic show! This evening, we're going to showcase the fantastic Annay. But, before we start, while we hate to exclu... show more

Welcome everyone to magic show! This evening, we're going to showcase the fantastic Annay. But, before we start, while we hate to exclude anyone, we are going to have to keep our show to people ages 12 and over. This is because Annay is a bit exuberant and doesn't always know how to control her mouth. In this first trick, we're going to have Annay pick a card, any card. Now she will show the card to the audience, put the card back, and shuffle the deck. I'm choosing the top card from the deck, and was your card the queen of diamonds? It was! What a fitting card for Annay, as she is as special as a queen and as precious as a diamond. And, what's this? Oh! It appears the joker has stuck to Annay's card! Well, equally as fitting because Annay is a complete goof! Plus, we know you're an extremely energetic girl, Annay, so you need loads of exercise, so we'll let you take a few laps around! And now, for our final trick, we're going to make Annay disappear! I will throw this blanket over Annay, it will fall to the floor, and just like that, she's gone! Where will she reappear? In foster for now - but hopefully down the line - in your home! Thank you for watching our show, we hope you enjoyed! If you'd like to meet this magical creature of a dog - email us at foster@anticruelty.org.Advanced due to: Very energetic; mouthy. show less

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Jett

31 Flavors Mixes

My name is Jett and here's my story; I was named after Joan Jett and, like her, I have a really strong voice. I use it when I'm happy an... show more

My name is Jett and here's my story; I was named after Joan Jett and, like her, I have a really strong voice. I use it when I'm happy and playing, but also when I'm frustrated. You see I was born on July 4th and my mom left me so some nice people brought me here so people could bottle raise me. . Because I didn't have siblings or a dog mom to teach me when I was very little I can be very independent and impatient. I'm now big and strong and growing quickly. My foster mom estimates I could be 90 lbs or more. What does all this mean for my family? I should be the only dog in the home ,possibly with another large dog-to be evaluated depending on the other dog. My foster "siblings" are very large; they played with me and taught me important lessons. Please no cats or children. It will be very important for my family to start working with a trainer with me as soon as I go home to help me bond with them. I need help understanding that being picked up and held and being handled are a good thing. The trainer, positive reinforcement and treats will help with that as well. Are you up for the challenge of helping me learn in return for a lifetime of reward? If you are interested in Jett, please email twagenknecht@anticruelty.org. Jett is not located in our adoption center. She is with her foster home. show less