Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley

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Bricka
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Bricka

Medium • Young • Female

Pit Bull Terrier
Bricka is a young red pit mix. She has a flea allergy on her back, but is responding nicely to medication. Although she is shy and seems frightened at first, she quickly warms up and can't wait to go out for walks. Bricka would probably do best as an only dog.

Denver
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Denver

Large • Adult • Male

Pit Bull Terrier
Denver is a gorgeous brown and white terrier mix who has undergone quite a transformation! When he first arrived in November, he was a very large boy...much too heavy for his frame. He has since lost some weight and is much healthier and happier. He does still love his treats, though, and will walk nicely beside you and sit on command in order to get one. He is a quick learner and is continuing to improve his leash skills. Denver is pretty particular about which dogs he likes, and he does not care for cats, but he can be a real love bug with people. He gives kisses and wants to give you his paw for a hearty shake. Perhaps he wants to seal an adoption deal with you?

Diamond
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Diamond

Medium • Young • Female

Pit Bull Terrier
Diamonds come in all sizes, colors and shapes. Our Diamond is a jewel that would make any life complete. Diamond is about 1 year old and is as friendly as they come. She is a terrier mix and loves to be fussed over. She was found running at large and came to us with a mild skin problem, which is currently responding very well to treatment. She is housebroken and leash trained. Come to Animal Protectors and try on our Diamond and see how she shines.

Freefall
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Freefall

Small • Adult • Female

Terrier
One day she was sleeping in bed with her owner- the next, she's in the concreted kennel at the shelter. Poor Freefall is confused, to say the least. She was surrended because of a separation anxiety problem. Freefall, an 8-yr-old pit mix, would love to go to a home where someone is with her most of the time. At the shelter, she seems extremely friendly, walks well on leash and is housebroken. Are you the one who can spend time with this sweetie?

Gucci
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Gucci

Medium • Young • Male

Boxer
This 2-year-old terrier/boxer neutered male was originally adopted from Animal Protectors as a puppy. His owners had a lifestyle change and were forced to surrender him back to the shelter. He is a little timid, but is adapting to his temporary residence. He's good on leash and loves to ride in a car. Is your backseat empty?

Lager
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Lager

Large • Senior • Male

Terrier
If you are looking for a loving, smart, house trained dog, Lager just might be your man! Despite being in the shelter for more than a year, he has not lost his attachment to people. He is a volunteer favorite, and with so many admirers, one has to wonder why he hasn’t been adopted yet. Perhaps it is because Lager barks while in his cage and doesn’t show well to visitors who just stroll by casually. For potential adopters to really understand who Lager is, they absolutely must see him outside, where he thrives. Lager walks well on leash, likes toys and is happy to strut around the property with one in his mouth…too cute for words! Lager needs to be the only dog in the home. He would be most happy in a home where he can be the only one to be smothered with love. And he does indeed love to be loved – he is thrilled to be petted and is so happy when someone sits and spends time with him. After more than a year of shelter life, one can guess that he would be quite appreciative of the comforts that most pets have always known: a soft couch or dog bed and the bond he could have with a new pet parent. Are you the person to give him the happy home that he so greatly deserves?

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