Peaches Marie StewartRescue Me ID: 21-05-23-00200

About Peaches Marie Stewart

Adoption Fee: $100
Pit Bull
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

The issue is, I got Peaches at 8 hours old in a rescue case. She was seized for animal abuse and neglect. Due to what happened to her, Peaches has brain damage that her brain asymmetrical. I worked round the clock for months, feeding, cleaning, and cuddling her every 3 hours until she finally hit a growth spurt and hit 10 pounds at 3 months old. I spent $4000 to get her brain damage and seizures (now rare) diagnosed at A&M. I've put so much of my life into her, I've made a game about her, drawn her, painted her, I have a Discord server about her! But, I've been forced to realize that she needs to leave to be able to thrive and live her best life. Peaches cannot read body language as a result of her brain damage, and she has so much pent-up energy because I can't exercise with her like we did the first year of her life, due to a quickly advancing genetic disorder that will end with me unable to walk and extreme fibromyalgia. This means that when she plays, she often plays too much and then other dogs get fed up, eventually snapping at her since she doesn't read body language. This usually means other dogs get frustrated with her since she won't stop, and lash out at her. My mom's dog has attacked her countless times and it's caused a genuine fear in Peaches around other dogs. These attacks have turned the rest of the dogs against Peaches, and they've become fear-aggressive and standoffish the same way she has. It's thrown our whole house out of order. I've tried got MONTHS to try and get her socialized better in hopes that she'd learn to read body language, but it's only made things worse. It's tearing me apart to lose my Sweet Peach (she has her own T-SHIRT merchandise!) but I can't let her hurt a smaller dog, or let her keep getting hurt. I can't just surrender her to a shelter because I've done rescue work and I know how that affects dogs who stay there, and with how much I've babied her and loved her, it'd destroy her to stay there both psychologically and I'm scared physically too. I've posted on every rehoming website and page I can find, but no one's showing interest, and I worry it's because she's a pit bull. Regardless of her issues, Peaches is a precious girl, and I can't bear to live without her, so I want to stay in contact with whoever owns her next so I can help them with her various quirks and habits, and they can help ease the pain I feel by letting me know she's okay. In the past few months alone, I've been told to walk with a cane in hopes it slows the progression of my condition, and told that there's a large change I'll end up in a wheelchair in the next few years. Because the pain alone has changed how I take care of Peaches, I can only imagine how much worse it will get the worse my condition becomes-I can't let her suffer because of MY problems. Rehoming a pitbull is a risky, dangerous game to play, that's why any applicants that show interest in Peaches go through a background check and will be expected to sign a waiver upon adoption to ensure her safety. I would also like to keep in contact with her.


Travis County
Pflugerville, Texas 78660

Hope Moore: 5129838195

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  • Not Good with Other Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Somewhat Dominant


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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