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Charlee Co Pilot - American Pit Bull Terrier (short coat) Dog For Adoption
American Pit Bull Terrier Dog For Adoption in Mooresville, IN, USA

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Ad ID: ADN-749185
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Date Listed: 12/23/2017
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Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier
Gender: Female Female
Nickname:

Charlee Co Pilot

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Fawn
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 12/23/2017
Location: Mooresville, IN, 46158
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American Pit Bull Terrier Dog For Adoption in Mooresville, IN, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs No
Activity Level Moderately Active
Other
  • Crate Trained
  • Housetrained
  • Likes to Play with Toys
  • Likes to Be in Your Lap
Personality
Personality Characteristics
  • Obedient
  • Playful
  • Affectionate
  • Eager to Please
  • Intelligent
  • Goofy
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other

Posted Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier (short coat). I am a beautiful 5-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier mix and weigh a healthy 65 pounds. My gorgeous face will draw you in as soon as you see me: I’m a pretty tan color and my huge “pittie” smile and big eyes of gold! I flew on a Cessna to get here too!! I became the count pilot! P I, unfortunately, had a mast cell tumor, but it was removed and finishing up my meds so it does not come back. My doctors are very pleased with my progress and cancer free and I have a long, happy life ahead of me! I love human attention: nothing makes me happier than being near my people. I am pretty lively, so a happy home with an experienced, savvy dog owner where we can play a lot or go for long walks to keep my energy level in check would be ideal. I would love to have a yard with a tall fence so I can run and play my favorite game: fetch! Once I am done playing I like to curl up with my humans and rest my head in their lap. I would like to be your one and only princess! I am learning new things at my foster home too I also have really good house manners. I am fully potty trained and crate trained, too (I often go in my “doggie den” aka crate with the door open for naps!) I am a smart girl and know commands including sit, stay, down, and even kiss! Don’t I sound like quite the catch and hopefully yours! Charlee Co Pilot!

American Pit Bull Terrier

A.K.A. : Pit Bull Terrier, Pitbull, Pit bull, Pit, Pit Terrier, Staffordshire Fighting Dog, Bull Baiter Dogs, Yankee Terrier, Rebel Terrier
Overview: The American Pit Bull was originally bred for dog fighting and gained a reputation as a vicious animal. Can be a loyal and affectionate pet when trained and socialized properly.
Breed Group: Terrier
Weight (lbs): 22-110 Most common: 35-55
Height (in): 18-22
Colors: Any color or combination of white, red, brown, black, gray
Coat: Its coat is thick, short and shiny.
Character: The American Pit Bull is intelligent, loyal and affectionate. If not properly trained, can be dominant and aggressive.
Temperament: The temperament of the American Pit Bull depends largely on the training and socialization the animal receives. In the hands of an experienced trainer, they can be socialized to be good pets. May not do well with other pets or strangers.
Care: This breed is easy to groom. They need to be bathed regularly and brushed occasionally.
Training: American Pit Bulls should be owned and trained by people experienced with this breed or other aggressive breeds.
Activity: American Pit Bulls need regular exercise, both in fenced yards and walks with a leash.
Country of Origin: USA
Health Issue: hip dysplasia, heart disease and cataracts
Life Expectancy: 10-13

More About American Pit Bull Terrier Breed
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