Hi! My name is
Terrier, Pit Bull
Date of Birth
December 25, 2019
In foster, I am the most perfect angel around the home – I am working hard on house training (rarely have any accidents!), don’t chew anything I’m not supposed to (unless my foster sister does it first of course!), sleep through the night, and am learning some manners. I know “sit” and “down”, but that’s all I know so far, as I am working on building confidence right now and that the world is an okay place!
I have done well in foster with another young well socialized female dog. So far, I have been introduced to three dogs on separate occasions and have done well although initially I get a bit overwhelmed so if they wrestle me too hard I might growl and snap at them with my tail tucked. So, I need to only be around dogs who will understand this for now. With the right kind of dog, however, I realize they’re ok and then we play all day! A home with another well socialized or calm dog my size would be ideal for me. They also would help me feel less alone when you’re gone for the day.
That brings me to my last thing…I can sometimes be vocal when I am left completely alone. However when I am crated next to my foster sister, I can be left for a full workday without more than a peep – but when I am left fully by myself and crated I may bark and whine for a while. How can you blame me – I just don’t want to be left alone one more time. I can go to a home without another dog in it, but my future family must be willing to work with me on this or be home with me until I get used to it! Because of this, I need a home with a yard. Apartments and condos are too much for me right now! I would love my own house to play in!
My foster mom says I’m the most amazing pup! I just have a bit of work on socialization and catching up to do!
If you are the home to help me grow, apply for me today!” – xo, Stormi
Good with Cats?
NO CATS PLEASE!
Good with Dogs?
Only tested with Larger Breed Dogs
Good with Kids?
NO KIDS PLEASE!
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Behavioral Special Needs Stormi can be fearful of new people, and gets overwhelmed easily with new dogs. He needs slow and positive introductions to both, and a family who can help socialize him at his own speed.