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Tuesday
Jun192018

Pets of the Week

Vanity

Pet ID: 38708083
Breed: Terrier, American Pit Bull / Mix

Age: 2y Gender: Female

Color: Brindle / White

Spayed/Neutered: No

Size: Large

“Meet Vanity, a fun loving goofy girl. This girl is wonderful on leash even with all the excitement she can hardly contain. She is constantly ready to meet new friends people and dogs alike. She can be a little slower to meet a new dog friend so a meet and greet would be best for her new forever friend. She has the cutest pittie smile when she cannot express her happiness well enough through her full body wiggle. Please come to Anderson County PAWS to meet this happy go lucky girl.”

 

 

 

 

Gracie

Pet ID: 37464133

Breed: Terrier, Pit Bull / Mix

Age: 1y 1m Gender: Female

Color: Brindle / White

Spayed/Neutered: Yes

Size: Large

 

“Gracie was dropped off as a stray on Christmas day as a 7 month old puppy. She's now a big girl and has been moved to our big dog kennels where she awaits her forever family. She's been overlooked for so long, We hope someone will see what an amazing dog she is! Gracie would make a wonderful addition to any family. She was fostered in a home with three children (ages 1-9) and adores them. She enjoys treats and loves chew toys. She was well mannered and did very well at crate training and never soiled her crate. Gracie also got to play with the foster's dog and did wonderfully with her and they spent their days in an outside kennel playing and splashing in the kiddie pool. Gracie did well with the fosters three cats and just wanted to play with them. She went right to her crate in our son's room at night and never whined or barked. In the morning she went right out on a leash and went potty. She is very quiet and calm, not much of a barker at all, and doesn't pull much on the leash. We can't say enough good things about our sweet Gracie!”

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