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Natalie Mom + N Pups x 3

Natalie Mom, Niles (male, 16lbs),  Nicholas (male, 15lbs)

Nancy (13.6lbs, female)

Natalie was brought in as a stray by animal control. She came in with her litter of three puppies. They were picked up on Auction Ave in Darlington. She walks well on a leash and is very sweet.  HW+; 44lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 9/18. Pups: 10-12 wks old.

Nova -sponsored for pull fees VideoMay VideoJuly


Nova is the mother of the Nx9 litter. She's a very good mother to them but is still a little scared.  HW-; 2-3 yrs old; 40lbs; hound mix;  40lbs.  8/24/17.  Nova is a sweet lady who can be cautious initially around men.  Once she knows them, she's fine w/them.   She lost her rescue due to her being cautious around men.

Update Jan 26: Nova is a big doll baby.  She is short in stature but big in wiggles and always smiling.  I let her out with me every morning, and she is one of my personal favorites, she will jog beside me waiting for a treat, jump up for lots of rub downs.  She doesn't go to kennels and start anything, just sort of smiles and runs.  She was shy with the guys at first, but loves them now.  The thing with Nova is she acts all mean if you walk up to her kennel and she doesn't know you.  Once she realizes that you are letting her out, feeding, etc.  she stops, she is all bark and no bite.  Never has she attempted, to actually bite.  And I really think she has gotten over most of the issues with men now that they are the main ones taking care of her.


Update Feb 24: This is Nova, she gets along with other dogs and has came such a long way from when she came in to Bridge.  She had a small issue with men, I am assuming that a male had abused her, she really didn't like them.  Now however, she loves the male caretakers.. jumps on them, looks forward to seeing them and is just a happy girl. 



When Otis came into the shelter we thought he was a senior dog (aged at 5-8 yrs old).  After taking him to the vet we learned Otis is actually only 3-5 yrs old.  He is a wonderful guy.  There is something wrong with his back leg.  Whatever it is, I don't think it is something we can fix.  Maybe an old injury or he was born with the deformity.  He doesn't jump, due to the weakness in one of his hind legs. 

Otis enjoys being where people are and doesn't meet a stranger.  He walks good on a leash, gets along with the other dogs, is house trained.  Otis was brought in by animal control 10/27/17. This boy must have had a family at some time because he was altered prior to intake.  He came to us extremely underweight and is still working on adding pounds.  He is much better, but still skinny.  Note: Otis was brought in by animal control. He is very sweet and friendly. He has displaced hips & arthritis. He’s on Rimadyl & joint supplements. He needs an inside foster.  3-5 yrs old; hw+; 61lbs; shep mix; 10/27. Med notes: stiff, arthritic, right hind leg bowed with thick knee, crepitus in both stifles, p/c intact - xrays showed dysplatic hips with subluxation - incredibly shallow acetabulus - TREAT with joint supplement, rimydyl 100 mg 1/2 pill twice daily

Soccer with Me: Otis LOVES to play soccer with Melissa.  I was very surprised to see him doing this.  He really enjoys his time out playing ball.  He's not necessarily interested in playing with the ball alone, but if he sees Melissa kicking it, he's up for a game of keep away.  You can tell my watching him how much fun he is having. 



More about me May 31: Smile Maker!  We LOVE Otis and boy does this handsome boy know how to smile and spread the smiles around.  Otis is just about as smooth and cool as dogs get!  He is such a joy to be around and he really has never met a stranger.   Fantastic with all types of dogs,  Otis is the one to bring a nice, calming energy to a group of dogs and show them that being chill and slowing down the pace/energy in the group, is ok. Otis is gentle natured, polite, loving and if given a chance will aim to be your shadow.   His disposition is a perfect match for kids of all ages and sizes and his friendly, happy outlook on life is certain to brighten even the darkest of days.   As if this was not reason enough to bring home Otis, did I mention he loves playing soccer?  Yep! If you dribble the ball with your feet,  he will run and try to get it and when he does, will then haul it around in his mouth.  He's a trip.  So much fun and love in this dog!

Otis -safe



Posted Sept 1 2018.  Otis was adopted in 2016 and was found in June by a community member.  10/14/2016; HW+; 2-4 yrs old; 51lbs at intake

Paisley


Paisley was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Davis St in Lamar. She is a little timid but still friendly.  HW+; 25lbs; 1-2 yrs old; 9/19



Peggy was brought in as a stray from Hartsville by animal control. She is very affectionate and friendly.  HW+; 63lbs; 2-3 yrs old; bull mix; 7/17

Phoebe- VideoWithLuna VideoWithLuna -sponsored for pull fees


Phoebe is a sweet girl who was brought in by animal control. She is HW +.  Bully mix; 2 yrs old; 48lbs; 10/10
Temp Test Results:  ALMOST PERFECT SCORE!!  She scored top marks in having her mouth opened, her belly rubbed and dog test. No cats for Phoebe please. 



More about me Dec 29: Mixer and Mingler!  I'm your go to gal if you have pets in stock who need a girl friend or kids in stock who need a playmate.  Never meeting a stranger,  I'm told I make folks smile and feel loved.  I had the best time meeting 4 other dogs while out walking the other day and everyone said I was a great greeter and was also super attentive to the nice human who was walking me.  Generally my energy level is pretty moderate to low but I'm certainly open to walking at a faster/stronger pace should the need arise.   Friendly and well balanced,  I would thrive in a home where I have daily activities/outings and folks to love on!   No cats for me please!

Precious -safe


Precious was brought in as an owner surrender. The owners were moving and couldnt bring her along. She walks well on a leash and is very playful and friendly.  HW-; 47lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 9/7

Prince Teen Pup



Prince was brought in as an owner surrender. The owners were moving and couldnt take him along. He is very affectionate and sweet.  HW-; 8/24; 45lbs; 6-9 mos old; bull mix

Priscilla- VideoWithWalter


Priscilla was brought in as an owner surrender because the owner stated they are moving. She is a spunky girl.  HW-; 9 yrs old; 52lbs; bully mix; 9/1

Q Pups x 2
Queenie (female, 14lbs) 

Quinby (female, 12lbs)

The Q pups were found as strays in Hartsville. They are friendly and sweet. Sweet, very wiggly pups.  9-10 wks old; plott hound mix; 8/6





Update August 4: Quinn is doing so great! She is a sweet, loving girl. She does very well around other dogs and small kids. She has settled right into our home with both. She loves to sit beside you and cuddle. She does well in her crate, just needs a little motivation to go in. She sleeps thru the night. She is housebroken. She is still a little timid with some noises but this gets better every day. We have taken her for a few car rides and she did ok. A little nervous, but followed our lead. She went to Petsmart and did good.  Note: Quinn was brought in as a stray from Darlington for intake. She is a little timid but still friendly.  HW-; lab/terrrier; 1 yr old; 7/16; 28lbs.  Note: Quinn is a beautiful girl.  A little skittish going into new environments but very affectionate once she gets to know you.  She loves to curl up next to her person.  She does well in a crate - quiet and no accidents.   No reaction to cats.

Ranger


Ranger was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Frazier Dr in Darlington. He is very friendly and walks well on a leash.  HW-; 59lbs; 2-3 yrs old; hound mix; 9/20





Rascal really fits his name!  he is just a fun guy, wants to nothing but play, he likes to be petted and sweet talked but then he is like.. "got a ball?!"  He's good about not jumping up on you, and listens pretty good.  He was fun to take out and be around.    Extremely playful, and full of fun.. he needs to learn a bit of manners in the people world, and dog.  But he got along with Rosa, and Caleb as you'll see in the video.  He would make a great companion.  He will need some manner training, he likes to jump up and run over anything.  I really enjoyed him.  Posted 4/25;  Intake 2/9; male; hw-; 8 mos old; 37lbs.    

More about me June 20: Rascal was born to a mama dog that was one of several tied to trees and used to raise bait dogs.  A kind lady asked that he be given to her when he was a tiny puppy.  A few weeks later eight dogs were seized from this property.  Rascal’s mama was very sweet and loving, even though she had a hard life.  Since she was tied out in the open, the dad remains a mystery.  Rascal lived indoors for a while, but the lady’s son moved away and as Rascal got bigger, she had to put him on a chain outside.  She fed him well, but he was too strong for her to take him on walks or play with him.  He was 8 months old when she asked me to take him to the shelter in February. I brought him to my house to foster, but he was so excited to be off the chain that I couldn’t get him calm enough to walk on a leash without dragging me around!  He isn’t very big, but he is strong and enthusiastic!  He is athletic, also, and probably be great on an obstacle course.  He loves attention and is very sweet.  He just needs some training and maybe some bigger kids to play with him.  He seems to be friendly with other dogs, but he didn’t meet any cats up close. 

Rex


Rex was turned over to animal control as an owner surrender. The owners weren't able to care for him any longer. He is very playful and friendly.  HW-; 63lbs; 3-5 yrs old; lab mix; 9/6; Neutered Prior to intake

Ricky


Ricky was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Gilcrest Rd in Darlington. He is very friendly and affectionate.  hw-; 42lbs; 1-2 yrs old; 8/23; lab mix 

River- Sponsored


Uniquely me!  That's what I am!  I heard those silly humans talking about me, wondering what kind of dog I was.  One of them even said maybe I was part hyena with my funny face.  Well that IS silly.  But I don't let it bother me.  Actually I have a pretty cheerful disposition in spite of my current situation.  I like meeting new humans and I love playing with my roommate Leta.  Doggy wrestling is so much fun!  I was getting full marks with the kitties too, pretending I didn't even see that kitty lying in the grass next to me.  But then it happened.  That kitty jumped up and darted off and I couldn't resist trying to chase her, it looked like such fun!  I am hoping someone out there is looking for a mid-sized, fun-loving bouncy girl with magnificent ears to join their family.   1 yr old; hw-; 7/18/15; 31 lbs 

Note: This girl will certainly turn heads. She plays well with others, but prefers to be the alpha. If you’re into unwinding on the couch, she’ll watch Netflix as long as you can; if you don’t mind petting her.

Roberta


4/17/2018 intake; part of the R x 4 litter.  Pics from 9/2.  Around 35lbs.  Est DOB: Mid Feb 2018

Rover


Posted Sept 3, 2018.  No intake info.


Sampson was brought in as a stray by the Hartsville animal control. He is very sweet and friendly and walks well on a leash.  very sweet boy with other dogs and people; great videos with EJ; curious about cats but in a playful way; aka Mr. Manners.  HW-; 1-2 yrs old; plot hound mix; 54lbs; 7/17

Sandy


I discovered Sandy and Becca tied out with make-shift dog houses outside a broken-down trailer on a cold South Carolina day last December.  As I always do, I drive by a few more times over the next day or so . . . then I get my nerve to pull into the driveway. For the next few days, I took the girls doghouses, straw, food and food and food (they were emaciated), sweaters, and better cable leads that gave them more room to move around.   A few weeks later, the people in the trailer gave the girls to me.  I later learned that the people had taken the girls from a family friend who had raised them from puppies (an unplanned litter). Their landlord told them he could not have the girls, so they were given to the family friend . . where I discovered them tied outside this trailer. 

Both girls are HW negative, 1-2 years old, and 40 lbs, and get along great with the males and females here at my house.  Sandy is more gentle, polite, and low energy--but playful and fun at the same time. Becca is more outgoing, asks for your attention, and is just as playful as Sandy. Medium energy.  

In short, both girls have great personalities. They walk well on leash and would be good candidates for city leash-walking families or country folks! They are typical rescues---so happy to be loved and cared for by a human. 
They stay in a crate and are housebroken.  I never hear them bark except at mealtime Becca gets excited and barks a few times. 

The girls are bonded, eat together, sleep together, but they can be separated if it means finding a permanent home for one or both of them.  They have been with me since January, and they are such easy fosters .  I need to concentrate on getting these girls a permanent home now. They are very happy here, and I can use them as tester dogs with new fosters. They need a home where they can get more attention, though.  They are happy and playful and do zoomies. Posted August 2018.

Sasha


Sasha was turned in as an owner surrender. Her owners were moving and couldnt take her with them. She walks well on a leash. She is mild mannered and friendly.  HW+; 37lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 9/6

Sebastian- VideoAug VideoAug1 



Sebastian was dumped at a Good Samaritan’s house who is fostering him. He is a very sweet boy and is good with the foster’s children, dogs and cats. He went to the vet for his injury. The foster believes he was run over by the people that dumped him. HW-; 1 yr old; 44lbs; boxer mix; 8/4

Sergio


Sergio was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Davis St in Lamar. He is a little timid but still friendly.  HW+; 39lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 9/19

Seymour


Seymour was found on Animal Control Blvd in front of the shelter.  He is very sweet and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 42lbs; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix; 8/23

Sharon


Sharon was brought in as a stray by Hartsville animal control. She was found on Swift Creek Rd. They took her to HAH to get her first round of shots. She is very sweet and walks well on a leash.  HW-; 40lbs; 4 yrs old; hound mix; 8/28



Sheba was brought in as an owner surrender today. She is very sweet and is HW positive.  She explained how she did not feel she could provide the proper care for Sheba.  Sheba has been kenneled with numerous dogs. She is gentle and sweet. Old soul girl. Needs someone to love her and appreciate her.  Not sure if we have video, but she has mingled with several dogs male and female, no issues. Very balanced temperament.  gentle, older lady; good with other dogs male and female; does not want dogs in her face just because she is older and does not want to play.   HW+; 3 yrs old; shep mix; 7/30; 56lbs





Silvia was found at an abandoned house and brought in by animal control. She is a sweetheart. She has ring worm so we are treating her. She was really well today for her bath and Lyme dip.  sweet, young pocket pittie; good with males and females; loved Sue; was not cat tested; aka Miss Kissy  5 mos old; 7/25; 19lbs; bull mix

Skipper- VideoSept


Skipper was turned in as an owner surrender to animal control. The owner was no longer able to take care of him. He is a little skittish but still friendly.  HW-; 12lbs; 3-4 yrs old; terrier/chi mix

Socks  -safe


Socks was turned over animal control with Angel as an owner surrender. Their owners were moving and couldnt take them along. She is very nice and friendly and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 34lbs; 2-3 yrs old; hound/lab mix; 8/9

Stan


Stan was turned into animal control as an owner surrender. The owner wasn't able to care for him anymore. He is sweet and friendly and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 37lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 9/18









Sue was brought in as a stray by animal control with Malcolm. She has injuries to her eyes and will be taken to the vet to be examined.  She has some vision in her left eye.  No vision in her right eye. She is a little more timid than Malcolm but still friendly.  everyone loves Sue and Sue loves everyone; great with males and females; good with cats; aka Miss Congeniality. hW-; 45lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 7/1



Taz was turned in to animal control as an owner surrender. The owner had only had him for 2 weeks and said he couldn't care for him anymore. He is very playful and friendly.  HW+; 58lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 6/28






Thomas was brought in as a stray by animal control with Gracie. He is a little timid but still friendly.  good with other males and females after introduction; sweet, pocket pittie boy. HW+; 29lbs; 2-3 yrs old; bull mix; 6/25

Thurston Senior Chi


Thurston was turned in as an owner surrender to animal control. The owner was no longer able to take care of him. He isn't putting any weight on his front leg and will be seen by the vet.  Update: Vet feels either old injury or arthritis is causing his front leg discomfort.  He has been placed on rimadyl and is doing great. HW-; 6.2lbs; 10 yrs old; chi mix; 9/6

Foster update Sept 8: Thurston Came into the shelter through Animal Control on 9/6/18.  He was 1 0f 11 dogs taken from the home of an elderly lady who went into a nursing home.  
Thurston weighs 6 pounds & is (according to the vet) “ten-ish “ years of age….can be a year or so younger or a year older.  He has an under bite.  He is heartworm negative & has already been neutered.  He is currently on Rimadyl for a sore front leg.   He limped terribly when I picked him up from the shelter on Saturday, but it is barely noticeable today.  He is also taking Benadryl & eye drops for redness around the eyes, probably due to allergies.   The vet feels that overall he is very healthy.
Thurston is a very sweet dog.  He has yet to growl or show any aggressive tendencies.   He was extremely timid & nervous when I picked him up on Saturday.  He trembled & shook as he sat in my lap on the way home.  He did the same on Sunday every time I picked him up. However, once in my lap, he would settle down & seem to be content.  I put up my large crate with a blanket inside for him to provide a safe place.   Today (Monday) is the 1st time he has ventured out on his own, even though the door to the crate has remained open.  
Thurston wandered throughout the house today & actually initiated play with my own Chi, Peanut.  He seems much more relaxed & has even come up to me for me to pick him up.  He still trembles a bit when I hold him, but it is getting less & less.  He startled me today when he  barked for the 1st time at a friend as she approached the back door.  He now wags his tail when I talk to him.  He is feeling much, much safer. 
Thurston pooped on the floor outside the crate the 1st night & peed on paper inside the crate last night.   Other than that, he has gone to the bathroom every time I have taken him outside.  He definitely prefers being inside to outside, so he probably lived inside.  With 11 dogs to manage I’m not sure how the owner handled housetraining.  
Thurston is a work in progress, but he has tremendous strides in a short period of time.  I know he must be very confused after been taken from his home & owner.  He loves attention & is definitely a lap dog.   I think he will make a wonderful pet for someone who wants a senior dog.  I think he has many more “dog” years left to provide love & companionship for a special someone.
Update Sept 18: Very sweet.  He is so nervous still, but making progress.  He is not housetrained, but making progress.  He just wants to sit in my lap.


Update Sept 19: The leg is a non issue.  The limp went away entirely after 2 days.  The eyelids are still a little red, but they are much better.  It is hard to get a good pic of him.  He is so insecure & still shakes a lot, but is much better than he was when I got him.    He now barks whenever anyone comes to the door, whereas before he would not utter a peep.  He wants attention & follows me around the room.  If he gets no attention, he will go & get on his blanket in his crate.  Anytime I sit in my chair to watch tv, he comes & puts his front legs on the chair for me to pick him up. He & Peanut sit together in the chair with me. 
 
I have actually seen Thurston run in the yard….to follow my dogs when they were barking at something.  He has also lifted up & waged that tail at me  a few times, but he usually hangs it, causing him to look humped over.  All of that is insecurity, of that I’m sure. 
 
It will take some time for Thurston to feel completely safe & secure, wherever he is.  I wish we had an inkling of how he lived with his owner.  He gets along with my dogs but makes no effort to interact with them.   He has never growled.  He is very meek.  He is simply a sweet little lap dog. 
 
Thurston drinks a lot of water; therefore, he pees a lot.  I take him outside very often, & he always pees.  Last night is the 1st night he did not pee in his crate or on the floor if I didn’t close the crate.   He did poop, however.  I am going to make sure there is no food in the crate at night & see if that will help.  He grazes, so I have not bothered food in his dish.  He does not eat much, but he is eating my food better.


Update Sept 20: My neighbor’s grandson rode a small motor bike in his backyard today, & Thurston joined in the frenzy with my dogs.  They all ran up & down the fence barking at him.  I inserted the mili-second of video just to hear his bark.  I never video, so I am terrible.  Will try to get better footage.  During this time, Thurston was a regular little dog…no shaking.  He lost himself in the moment.  Kathy McD told me to try Appaquelle (sp.?) with him for a few days to see if it would help calm him down & relax him.  I started it today.  I was gone from the house today for 4 ½ hrs. today, & there was no pee or poop in the house.  I was very surprised.  He did not go to the bathroom inside today.   I took him outside quite often.   Will see what happens tonight.  Night before last he did not go, but last night he peed & pooped in his crate. 


Tonya is a sweetheart who was an owner surrender through animal control because the owner couldn’t take care of her.  good girl; tested with males and females; was respectful of Maddy during female dog test; ok with cats.  HW+; 8/16; 2-3 yrs old; 40lbs; shep mix





Trixie Mom- She looks so serious but she is really a happy girl.  Greeted me with all wags and wiggles.

Trixie Mom

Trixie was brought in as an owner surrender to animal control. The owner said she was a stray that she had for four months and could no longer afford to care for. She came with her litter of 6 puppies. She's very friendly and mild mannered. She also walks well on a leash.  HW+; 51lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 7/5.  Pups: They are sweet and friendly.  5-6 wks old.  Mom: Trixie is a high-energy girl who "talks." We matched her energy and personality with Truman--who also "talks," and they had a blast playing!!!   Matched with a dog her speed, she politely waits for Truman's cues and does not mind when he tries to mount her!


Una Mom, Ursella (female, 6.4lbs) 

Una was brought in as a stray by animal control with her two puppies. They were picked up on Seven Bridges Rd in Lamar. She has some hair loss and will be added to the vet list for Wednesday. She needs a little help walking on the leash but is very sweet.  ok with other dogs but prefers  to snuggle with her person-typical "shelter dog" personality--very grateful for attention and loves affection; GOOD with cats; aka Miss Snuggles  HW+; 35lbs; 3-4 yrs old; lab mix; 8/8.  Pups: This litter came in as strays by animal control with their mom Una. Their hair loss will checked by the vet. 10-12 wks old; 8/8

Victor


Victor was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Mondora St in Hartsville. He was neutered prior to intake and walks well on a leash. He is very friendly.  52lbs; 3-4 yrs old; lab mix; 8/23; HW+

William


William was brought in as a stray from animal control. He was picked up on High Hill Rd in Darlington. He is a little timid but still friendly.  HW-; 48lbs; 1 yr old; lab mix; 9/19

Willow Pup

Willow was brought in as a stray found on Blair drive in Hartsville. The people who found her had her for a week. The brought her because she is not good with cats. She is a sweetheart.   8/25; beagle mix; 4-5 mos old; 21lbs




He is very sweet and social.  Was a little timid with me to begin with at the ladies home, but within an hour, he was my buddy.  He is a typical goofy puppy.  Still chews some, jumps up on me and marks things.  He shared space with the W pups for about a week and got along fine with them. He did pretty well sharing the toys, but he did have some problems with sharing his food with the pups.  I have introduced him to several of my dogs and it went well.  He was good for Erin as she did intake on him today and didn't seem very interested in the cats in the office.  Note: Wriggly was an owner surrender. He is a sweet boy.  The family tried to use him as a hunting dog but he had no interest in hunting.  He was given away, wound up on Craig's List and his original family contacted us asking for help.  He is in foster care.  HW-; 1 yr old; 40lbs; pointer mix; 8/6.  Extra note: He's a friendly, happy fellow who lost his pet job as he simply was not interested in hunting!  He is super smart and doesn't miss anything going on around him, but would not hunt.  

More about me Sept 16: Wrigley has been kept outside with my personal dogs and has done very well.  No problems other than he can be a little mischievous.  Very, very smart dog.  Too smart sometimes!  He doesn't fuss over food with the others.  He is usually the first to line up for treats.   He has energy and plays rough with the ones who like to play that way.  I've also seen him be very gentle trying to coax others to play who usually aren't playful.  I've had him around my cats when I would bring him in for baths and also at the shelter.  He didn't seem bothered by or concerned about them.  Nothing to indicate he would chase.  He has not been around a lot of children.  The little girl in the video just happened to be at the shelter that day.  He was great with her.  He does love to have attention from his person.  He will jump up to get it.  He also will mouth my arm and fingers while I'm petting him.  It's is never rough but I'm used to that.  That would probably be my only concern with little kids with him.  If they would not be scared of that, then I think he will work through it.  He really is a happy boy with a huge zest for life.   He's very comfortable in the house and enjoyed snuggling with me on the couch after photos.

Wyatt- New July Photos!  Oh, so handsome in my new tie! VideoWithZoey


July Pictures- So cool in my shades!




Chasing dragon flies in a field on a warm sunny day, Wyatt wouldn't have it any other way.  Sweet as can be, and a gentleman to his furry roommates.  He's developed a small crush on his roommate Cleopatra.  They romped and rolled in the oasis today, taking advantage of the bright sunshine. Wyatt adores children, and loves going out to adoption events to meet new people. Wyatt gets along well with everyone he meets. Wyatt is a real catch! hw-; male; 5/2014; 2-3 yrs old.  Note:  Shown with
Cleopatra (black dog).

More about me Sept 2017: Sweet Wyatt … I would so love to give him better than what I have for him right now.  He is a great dog, but he is strong and full of energy.  There is no denying he is a pit with his big head and jaw, but to me it only makes him look like he’s smiling all the time.  He is a gorgeous boy and I love him.  In his play he means me no harm, but he often scratches or bruises me just from his sheer strength and eagerness to play.  He has had more than 15 female kennel mates since we’ve had him and never a moment of problem.  He plays hard, but there is no aggression … just the joy of a teenage boy.  He gets overwhelmed with my crowd of dogs and is why I keep him in his kennel.  He does great one on  one.  He gets free time 2 to 3 times a day to run.  He has food allergies and a grain free diet is best for him.  I have had him around children before and he did well.  He doesn’t know his strength, so I had to watch him closely with them but he loved all the attention.   He does great and minds me well on the leash.  I know the odds of getting him out with so many wonderful pits at the shelter are slim.

Z x 4 Litter

Zea (female, 12lbs), Zelda (female, 12lbs),  Zara (female, 11.4lbs)

Zena (female) -safe

This litter was brought in as strays by animal control. They were picked up on Society Hill Rd in Society Hill. They are very scared and would really benefit from a foster.  8/27; hound/lab mix; 10-12 wks old

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