|*APPLE - ID#A649036|
Shelter staff named me APPLE.
I am a male and I appear to be a Pit Bull Terrier.
The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 2 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Sep 16, 2020.
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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Adorable Apple is a happy one-year old boy with THE cutest ears EVER made. As most young dogs, he is active and will leap into action for a pick up game of ball. He absolutely LOVES to play catch with you. Apple has been calm in kennel, and very playful in the yard. He has a sunshiny personality that will keep you smiling and he is full of youthful innocence. No baggage here! Good vibes only! Apple is non-reactive to other dogs and will be a great family dog once he's in a home and can burn off some of that extra energy he has stored up. Apple will need some basic training and continued socialization, like all dogs need, so that he can be the best boy (right now, think overgrown puppy), but he has been very responsive when staff and volunteers work with him. He is a smart boy, and would probably do well with agility or nose work, or just regular exercise. He is a confident boy who wants to engage with you and learn. Apple has so much potential and is so fun. Once he learns basic training, he is the type of feel-good dog you could train to go with you on any adventure. He is so good-natured and happy. Apple is active and would do well with a family that would enjoy teaching him the ropes and adventuring with him. Walks, hikes, ball, travel-this boy enjoys a challenge and has the confidence to build a good foundation on. Good natured and confident? What a great mix! If you would love an active, joyful young family member and you're willing to teach him the basics and give him regular exercise and engagement, Apple is your boy!
Resolved. Health is normal. SDAINS
09/17/20 16:13 TRogers - Trauma, possible hit by car. Limping LTL r/o soft tissue injury vs subluxation vs fracture vs Other. Suspected intraabdominal hemorrhage r/o trauma vs Other. Pneumothorax, Pulmonary contusions.
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Long Beach Animal Care Services at (562) 570-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A649036