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Adopt Gerald

Male Senior Pit Bull Terrier

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About Gerald

Gerald A220399 Gerald is a 8 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 9/2 as a stray. Handling 9/7: Handling: Handling 9/5: It’s always hard to see seniors at the shelter, but Gerald says “senior? Who you calling a senior?!” Gerald rests quietly in his kennel waiting for his turn to go outside. He’s easy to leash up and is a gentle boy. Right now Gerald seems to have a “no pets” policy, and quite frankly, that’s fine! He deserves to be the star of the show! Gerald is at a great age where he’s happy for leisurely strolls and then cuddling up for night of watching movies or binge watching his favorite shows. Seniors rock! (Even if Gerald insists he’s not a senior 😂) Come meet Gerald and give him the (retirement) home he deserves!

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Spayed / Neutered
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