Sweet PeaRescue Me ID: 23-08-15-00041

About Sweet Pea

American Staffordshire Terrier / Pit Bull
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

Foster or adopter needed Meet Sweet Pea Meet Sweet Pea, a 2.5-year-old, 36-pound bundle of love looking for her foster or forever home! She originally came to Baltimore county shelter in April 2022 as a stray when she was found to be heartworm positive. She quickly found an adopter but sadly was just found in another county as a stray yet again-still heartworm positive. Despite her rough time, Sweet Pea's loving spirit hasn't diminished. She still adores people and is eager to make friends with everyone she meets. While she can get along well with other dogs with slow and proper introductions, she will need to be kept calm during her heartworm treatment, which means short walks, no jumping, and no excitement. This is why it's best for her to be an only pet or separated from other pets in the home during her recovery. We believe that Sweet Pea deserves a home where she will be cherished and cared for as a cherished family member. If you have space in your heart and home to offer Sweet Pea the love and care she needs, please consider fostering or adopting her. Together, we can give her the life she truly deserves! Requirements for Foster/Adoptive Home: A willingness to provide a calm and loving environment during Sweet Pea's heartworm treatment. Separation from other pets in the home to ensure her recovery is successful. Plenty of love, attention, and care to make Sweet Pea feel safe and secure. Contact Information: If you are interested in fostering or adopting Sweet Pea, please reach out to [email protected] Share and Spread the Word: Even if you can't foster or adopt Sweet Pea yourself, you can still make a significant difference! Please share this post to reach as many potential foster parents and adopters as possible. Together, we can find Sweet Pea the loving and caring home she deserves. Thank you for your support! . We will be more than happy to provide you with additional information, answer any questions you may have, and guide you through the adoption process.


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


  • Vaccinations Current

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