• AARCS ID# A37230829
  • Female
  • Breed: Terrier, American Pit Bull/Mixed
  • Dog
  • Est. DOB: 5/24/2016
  • Size: Medium
  • located in Calgary

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    Update from April 6, 2018!

    Rayna is extremely smart and eager to learn. She already knows how to sit, lay down, leave it, stay, shake a paw & twirl. She should be fine with bigger friendly dogs after proper intros. Right now I wouldn’t recommend she go into a home with small dogs or cats. She loves all types of people. She loves kids but she is your wiggly bully breed and sometimes doesn’t know her own strength. She also LOVES toys, playing fetch & tug. Rayna is working on her leash skills, as she does get pretty excited when she sees other dogs, but she is getting better with every walk.


    My name is Rayna and I am a lovable, cuddle queen on lazy days but would also make a great adventure buddy! This week I moved in with a new foster family who lets me cuddle with them while watching movies and I love to give them kisses to show them how much I appreciate the belly rubs! I get along with my big foster brother and I even try and cuddle with him! I also love their backyard! I love stretching my legs and playing fetch! I’m even getting good at dropping the ball when they ask. I’m a quick learner, I learned that dogs aren’t allowed in the kitchen when cooking so I watch them make yummy food from a distance.
    I love going to doggie day-care so I can meet new doggie friends and work on my manners. I have been left home alone with my foster brother and we like to snooze on the couch until our foster-parents get home. The weather is getting nice and I can’t wait to go on adventures with my forever-family as I love car rides and would probably really enjoy hiking!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Good with Dogs with Proper Introduction! Check out her video above!
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Yes, Good with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Behavioral Special Needs