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Please contact Tonya Griffith (TMSGriffith@aol.com) for more information about this pet.
Posted 5/3/14, and pictures taken 4/17/14. Darcy was found on 4/8/14 in a neighbor's barn on a pile of hay weighing 46.4 pounds with her ribs showing, and dried up from nursing. The caretaker called me before the owner could find her and shoot her because of her breed. She is a great dog, very affectionate, wants to be pet a lot, gives a lot of kisses, and no leash required on our property, since she followed me and would obey commands to and from the kennel we put her in at first. She made no mess in the kennel, so is probably house trained. She is great around children, big puppies, and dogs, but thinks that small breed dogs are something to go after, so should not be in a home with small dogs or cats. Several opinions have been mentioned on her breed, so we listed her with two of them, since the only way to know for sure is a DNA test. Some are American Bulldog, Bull Terrier mix, and Pit Bull. She does not have an underbite, and has a lot of extra skin around her neck and wrinkles on her forehead, which could be Shar Pei or Bulldog. When she has been taken places, she gets a lot of attention from other people and children love petting her. Her fur is very soft on her head. She is extremely loveable. In the morning she is frisky like a cat. I can throw a bone or toy, and she chases, jumps around, and plays with it just like a cat playing with a toy.
D.O.B.: ? 2009
Weight: 46.4 - 4/8/14; 59.0 - 4/17/14
$115 adoption fee. Her spay alone was over $90 because of her weight.