Reba was taken from Cleveland Animal Control in late summer 2012. She was adopted in October 2012 but returned back to the rescue in October 2013 because the family had lost their home. Reba is a good girl who loves everyone. She is good with other dogs, good with cats and all people. Her one major flaw is her size, she has not a clue she isn’t a 10 pound dog who can jump into your arms to be held and lay on your lap to watch TV. Reba needs someone who is willing to work with teaching her to walk nice on a leash (her foster home is doing an amazing job and she is getting really good at it) and willing to teach her that she can’t jump up. She would make an awesome running/jogging partner for someone. She is a sweet baby girl who deserves the best of the best.
BREED/DESCRIPTION: American pit bull terrier mix
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, spayed; shots current
AGE: 4-5 years old
ADOPTION FEE: $200
ORGANIZATION: Multiple Breed Rescue
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