A Natural Beauty...
Originally came in as a stray from animal control and was never reclaimed. Alaska has likely had a few litters of puppies and at one time was injured and never given vet care. The injury healed on it's own and she will likely need that old injury to be monitored for arthritis as she ages.
ID Number: #
Adoption Fee: $135
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 2 to 3 years
Weight: 55 lbs.
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: Unknown
*We are being told that she loves children and is great with all pets. Very loving and friendly with all people. She has an old injury that's healed up now but left her with an occasional mild limp. Barely noticeable. She looks mostly Pit Bull in person but might have some Bulldog somewhere in the mix.
Living Situation: Alaska is fostered in a home with kids and other dogs, including a very small dog. From foster mom: Alaska is 100% house trained-has never had an accident-she does great on a leash, but also spends time in a fenced backyard. She enjoys car rides and currently lives with a ten year old and a fourteen year old who she adores. Alaska sleeps in my bed at night and she is kenneled during the day while I am work and she has done fine-could likely be left free in the house but I just haven't done that because of my other dogs. Alaska is very laid-back and kinda lazy-super affectionate-she listens well and does know how to sit and shake. She LOVES balls and rope toys. Greets everyone that comes to the house in a friendly manner. I honestly feel like she is totally perfect and cannot find one negative thing to say about her. If I were going to watch 12 hours of t.v. she would curl up on the couch and not move for 12 hours-I love her."
Personality: Alaska is very laid-back and kinda lazy-super affectionate-she listens well.
Behavior with people: Very loving and friendly with all people.
Behavior with children: She adores children.
Behavior with other dogs: She is great with other dogs of all sizes and loves to play.
Behavior with other animals: Foster mom thinks she might even be good with cats, though she has not been formally introduced to any at this point.
Training: Alaska is housebroken and knows a few commands, including "shake". We think she was someone’s pet but have no idea why she ended up homeless at the pound.
Best Attribute: Everything! She's a great dog and anyone would be lucky to have her as a family member.