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IZZY - ID#A1179645

I am currently being fostered. While I am not at the shelter, I am available for adoption.

I can be identified by Animal Care & Control as A1179645.

I appear to be a spayed female, red Pit Bull Terrier.

The shelter staff think I am about 8 years old and I weigh 40 pounds.

I was picked up in Charlotte.

I have been at the shelter since Jun 21, 2022.

I am available for adoption.

This information is less than 1 hour old.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
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This sweet girl is an absolute angel! She is estimated to be about 8 or 9 and weighs about 40 lbs. She is a red pit bull terrier, on walks she is a hound with her nose to the ground and if angel was a breed, I'd say that's what she is (did I say she was an angel). She is a long-legged gentle beauty with sweet eyes and a thunderbolt patch of white on the back of her neck.

She came from a hoarding situation with 14 other dogs, so she gets on well with other dogs including my own. I have a cat and while she is curious about her, she is respectful, and my cat is dog savvy so no real issues there. I would imagine she would do okay with children as she is just so sweet, gentle and timid.

When I first picked her up from the shelter she got in the car just fine. I don't think she's been on many car rides. I left the window open for her but when we got close to home she realized she could look out the window which turned into let me hang out the window which almost turned into her whole body out the window so be careful in the car. Once we got home, she followed me everywhere and was by side always. We did a slow intro with my dog as he can be picky as to who he chooses as his friends and that went well (mostly due to her social skills). She doesn't really care much for the crate as she will whine a little bit so I have given her free reign as she appears house broken and doesn't chew on anything. She is a very youthful 8-year-old and I think she could be ok as a single dog or with another given her history.

The medical history I received for her said "loves everything and everyone that has touched her". I couldn't agree more! She is a wonderful dog and deserves someone who will love her equally back.

She is super sweet, gets so excited for walks and has gotten along extremely well with our playful 3 year old dog.

For more information about this animal, call:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Services at (704) 336-7600

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