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NINJA - ID#A707503

My name is NINJA.

I am a spayed female, charcoal and white Pit Bull Terrier mix.

I weigh approximately 44.80 lbs.

The shelter staff think I am about 2 years and 4 months old.

I have been at the shelter since Jul 20, 2021.

I am in Kennel D101.

If you are interested in adopting this pet, please submit an adoption survey and visit us during regular business hours. Please email pacc.adopt@pima.gov with additional questions.

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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Ninjas are known for being stealthy, and this little Ninja will sneak her way right into your heart! Ninja can be unsure of new situations, but that's just her showing one characteristic that ninjas are known for- preparedness! She wants to make sure to gather all the facts before she gives something her seal of approval, so she needs to be given time to adjust to new people and scenarios. Once she warms up, she'll show you yet another ninja skill- agility! She was playful with other dogs in PACC playgroup after overcoming some initial nervousness. Ninja does need to meet any resident dogs before going home to make sure it's a good fit- what if her future roomie thinks Ninjas are overrated?? Ninja has been very sweet with the people she's met at PACC, so we're pretty sure you'll be defenseless against her super Ninja tricks! Ninja was housebroken in her last home and is looking for a dog savvy owner who can work with her on confidence building. She would likely do best in a calm and quiet home environment. No cats or kiddos please!



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