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Name: Merrill - ADOPTED 07.12.20
Rescue ID: D190011
Adoption Fee: 285
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed
Sex: Female (spayed)
Current Size: 35 Pounds
Current Age: 2 Years 8 Months (best estimate)
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: No
Hi, I’m Merrill (aka Smush)! If you are looking for a best friend that will adore you, that’s me ! I am a very high energy pup that loves to play! I love my doggie foster sister, but there are some dogs (usually the smaller ones) that I would need a bit more time to adjust to. I get along ok with cats, but I really like to chase them, so I would do best in a home without them. Due to my exuberant puppy nature, I would also do best in a home without small children because they make me nervous and I may knock them over. I LOVE adults and if you show me some affection, I will follow you wherever you go! I love cuddling with my human on the couch the best, but I am also content to curl up on the floor at your feet. I am still young, so I need to work more on my manners, but I am house-trained, crate-trained, and I know how to sit! I walk very well on a leash and don’t pull very much. I also have been trained to make good eye contact to get directions on what to do. My foster mom says that I am the SWEETEST girl and my whole body wiggles all over when I am happy!"
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