URGENT: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.

LAYLA WYRIS PRINCE BAKRescue Me ID: 22-06-16-00435


Adoption Fee: $25
Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix
Age: Young Adult

ALL 4 DODGS SET TO BE EUTHANIZED AT COUNTY SHELTER. PLEASE BELOW ABOUT EACH DOG. GO AND MEET THEM THIS WEEKEND, THEY WILL DIE AFFTER THE WEEKEND. OUR LOCAL SHELTER IS KILLING GOOD DOGS. LETS ALL HELP!! 480 331 4188 Adopters or fosters are needed ASAP! We are asking all of you to help 4 of these dogs!!! WE WILL MAKE AN IMPACT IF WE ALL ACT....LET'S NOT FAIL THESE DOGS!! THEY DESERVE TO LIVE...(See more videos and photos in the comments!) PLEASE check out all dogs below! Call 480-331-4188 and fill out this form if you can save 1 of their lives. https://www.thedogsavers.org/apply-to-adopt/. They are not bad dogs but just need out of this noisy, chaotic place where they've had limited opportunities for exercise and play. PRINCE: #A4744735 is a 5-yr.-old, neutered, black and white, American Pit Bull Terrier (65.5 lbs.). He is suffering from kennel stress! He is chewing on the fencing because he is so desperate to get out! He is easy to take from and return to his kennel and walks well on-leash. He is very friendly and likes to be close to people and will lean in for pets and belly rubs. He enjoys chasing balls and will 'sit' for treats. Sociability with dogs is unknown. If there are dog(s) in the homeČ'Ř|Prince would need to be initially kept separate with a SLOW introduction. A family introduction is recommended. BAKER: #A4717411 is a 3-yr.-old neutered, brindle and white American Pit Bull Terrier (50.7lbs.). He has been at the shelter since early April and is struggling from long periods of kennel confinement. He is SO STRESSED that he licks the kennel walls and gate throughout the day. Baker needs a little coaxing to interact but likes petting all over once near a handler. Even though he is struggling now, he continues to be easy to take from and return to his kennel. He pulls on-leash but does much better when a harness is used. He tends to pull towards other dogs when they are close by. Sociability with dogs is unknown. If there are dog(s) in the homeČ'Ř|Baker would need to be initially kept separate with a SLOW introduction. WYRIS: #A4676664 is a 2-yr.-old, spayed, tan Staffordshire Mix (41.7 lbs.). Wyris has been at the shelter since 2/22/22. She is 'breaking down' in her kennel, jumping, spinning, and biting at the kennel gate. A previous owner said Wyris liked people, was great with kids, and knew 'sit', 'paw', and 'stay' but guarded her food. At the shelter, Wyris has been easy to handle and a moderate to easy pull on-leash. She has been described as gentle, 'easy-going' but sometimes a little timid at first. Given time to warm up, she solicits petting. She likes chasing balls and exploring. It is recommended but not required that she be an only dog. If there are dogs in a home, she would need to kept separate initially with a SLOW introduction and should be fed separately because has been protective or her food. Layla: #A4707749 is a 4-yr.-old, spayed, white and tan American Pit Bull (51 lbs.). Layla has been at the shelter twice, once as a stray with wounds from being hit by a car. Then she was surrendered because she didn't get along with the male dog in the home, didn't like others in the home approaching the female owner, and was barky at the younger kids. After 2 months at the shelter, Layla is pacing, panting, and overly excited in her kennel and sometimes anxious! Before being so stressed out, Layla has been friendly with handlers, has leaned in for pets and has liked running back and forth to solicit attention. She has been easy to leash and return to her kennel but has pulled moderately hard on-leash. Layla is required to go to a home with children 12+. It is recommended that an only dog home might be best for her; but if there were other dogs in the home, she would need to be given multiple SLOW introductions. PLEASE REMEMBER!! All these dogs have been living in a high-stress environment and will need time to de-stress and relax!! They will benefit from a predictable routine as well as ample exercise and time to play. Fill out form if interested in adopting or fostering me. https://www.thedogsavers.org/apply-to-adopt/.


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