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Tonka - Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed Dog For Adoption
American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Midway City, CA, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-25068
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Date Listed: 03/29/2016
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Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Gender: Male Male


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 03/29/2016
Location: Midway City, CA, 92655
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American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Midway City, CA, USA

Physical Attributes
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids No
OK with Cats No
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed. Tonka is a dog who had a rough start. His "puppyhood" included malnourishment, then abandonment at the shelter with his 2 sisters, Tori & Tina. Tonka is seven years old and has never had a home of his own. He is being offered as a permanent foster. He recently had spinal surgery, and as you can see he is doing great. However, because he will never have a perfect back, and people are reluctant to adopt a dog (no matter how wonderful) who has a health issue, AALOC will pay his vet bills if you will give him a home, love him and care for him. Please consider Tonka. He is really a sweet, loving, playful dog. He deserves to have his own someone to love. Behavioral Details OK with Cats: N/A OK with Dogs: Yes Housebroken: Not sure; did well after a few days when in foster home. OK with Kids: Older Obedience Training: Sit Donation of $150 for dog adoption includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, and a microchip. Applications require a veterinary reference and home visit(in Orange County, CA). For more information on adoption policies visit our homepage at Contact us by e-mail:, or by phone (714)893-4393

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