• Precious

  • Precious

  • Precious

Precious

This gentle, loving, active healthy girl with her tongue hanging out, was relinquished to a city shelter a year after surviving having her lower jaw removed, due to cancer. Her previous guardian found a way to pay for surgery, only to find himself unable to care for her a year later. He sat on the steps of West Valley Shelter in tears, when one of our volunteers witnessed him relinquishing his beloved dog to the shelter. So, guess where she is now?… in that Kitten Rescue foster parent’s home!

 

Precious is a healthy and BUSY girl! She LOVES to swim, car rides, and to go on walks and hikes. She needs her forever family to love and PLAY with her. She will play as long as you can keep up with her!

 

While she has so much energy and love to give, she does experience some anxiety. Precious prefers to be right by your side and looks for lots of reassurance, love and attention. A dog savvy person (family) who will show her patience, consistency and give her time to feel safe and loved will give her the confidence she needs to settle in.

 

Precious is great with people and dogs. She is totally house trained and listens well to commands. She does drive the cats a bit crazy, but she doesn’t mean any harm. She just wants to play!

 

If you are looking for a special dog to add lots of love and energy to your family you HAVE TO MEET Precious.  You will love her as much as we do.

 

IS ALSO:
Spayed/Neutered - Vaccinated - Dewormed - Treated for Fleas
Tested for FeLV and FIV (cats and kittens only) - Microchipped

PLEASE NOTE:
Kitten Rescue is located in Los Angeles, CA and we only adopt animals to homes in the greater Los Angeles area.

 

 

 

 

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Bio / Profile

KR ID#

CF10545


Gender

Female


Age

Adult


Date of Birth

02/05/2012


Primary Breed or Pattern

Pit Bull


Color

Brown and White


Hair Length

Short


Current Size

Medium


Declawed?

No


Special Needs?

No


OK with Dogs?

Yes