Adora Dolls are very sweet, cuddly dolls that inspire adventures and spark imaginations. The name Adora is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "adored".
This sweet doll was seized her for cruelty by animal control. She was tied out in the backyard, all tangled up in a trampoline. Between her irresistible little face and her amazing sweet nature, its no surprise the pound immediately submitted a request for her to join our program.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 10 - 26 mths
Color: Blue & White
Adora is currently getting over kennel cough, which she contracted during her short stay at the local pound. The worst is over. She will be back on her feet in no time.
Pretty blue and white female. Might still have a tiny bit of growing up to do. She's average size for a female Pit Bull.
Adora has a very unique head shape and facial expression. Her snout isn't as short as a Pit bull and her head not as thick. She also has an adorable overbite instead of the underbite commonly seen with Bully breeds. Some people who prefer blocky head dogs might be a little perplex by her appearance. We think she is THE prettiest little doll around!
Fostered in a home with two adult roommates, a human toddler, several dogs and a few cats. Talk about socialization!!!
Adora is crate trained but her foster mom also lets her hang out loose in the house when home alone as she is so good, easy and well behaved.
Adora goes potty on a long cable or on leash as the fence is currently broken. Foster mom claims Adora is as easy and sweet as she looks.
We are just learning about Adora's personality. So far she is living up to her name! She's a real little angel, according to her foster mom. After having fostered a few difficult dogs, foster mom is amazed at how wonderful Adora is to have around. She's a breeze to foster and so easy to love.
Addy is a bit on the submissive side. She is definitly sensitive and very eager to please. She has the cutest little shy smile and it's impossible to resist her loving eyes.
Her level of energy is currently low to medium but could increase as she gets over kennel cough.
Behavior with people:
Sweet, reserved but loving, eager to bond and be loved. She really is a doll with people and her adorable nature makes everyone fall in love with her.
Behavior with children:
She is sweet and gentle with a 2 yo toddler in her foster home.
Behavior with other dogs:
Adora has been slowly introduced to the other animals in her foster home and she's awesome. We believe she could live with a compatible male and would love having a doggy brother.
Behavior with other animals:
Addy is fine with the cats in her foster home.
Addy is crate trained and housebroken and currently learning basic commands.
She's so easy to love! Foster mom describes her as "angelic". Her appearance is unusual but it only adds to her charm. She's a doll!