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Animal Control reported this Mama dog was tossed from a car when she was no longer a good breeding dog. Thankfully she wasn't injured. The staff at the pound immediately selected her for our program due to her loving nature, mellow personality and easy-going attitude.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull/AmStaff
Age: 2-5 yrs
Weight: 65-75 lbs
Color: Blue Brindle
Ana was successfully treated for Heartworms when she first came into our program. She has fully recovered since. She is now healthy, ready for adoption and eager to find her forever family.
GORGEOUS! Stocky, muscular and well proportioned. She's flashy looking and seems a little more on the Amstaff side of the breed, although we dont know her pedigree. She is definitely a head-turner, that we know for sure. Pictures dont do her justice.
Ana is fostered in a home with two human adults and a large, mature shepherd dog. She is crated when home alone and at night. Her foster mom reports that she is no trouble at all.
There is a 6' privacy fence in the yard and Ana does very well when outside.
Ana is a fun-loving, easy-going gal, who loves to have a good time. She has fun on her daily walk, sniffing the grass and enjoying the sunshine. She likes to have a bath but like most Pit Bulls, she doesn’t like the rain. She is respectful of her foster dog brother but occasionally likes to tease him by standing above him and looming.
Foster mom describes her as a happy goofy girl, strong, silly, and loving. Watch out though, Ana likes to swipe your face with her big tongue!
Behavior with people:
Ana loves people and has an outgoing and sociable personality. She's not much of a guard dog, but she looks the part. If you know how to read dogs however, you can easily tell that all she wants is to make friends with everyone. Our photographer walked right into her house when her foster family was away and Ana greeted her like a long-lost friend.
If you're sitting on the couch, she'll go out of her way to shower you with love.... like it or not... so be prepared. She is full of affection and kisses and doesn't take no for an answer when it comes to love and smooches.
Behavior with children:
Ana hasn't been introduced to kids since being in our program. We will update her bio if the situation changes. For the moment, we have no reason to believe she would not be a great candidate in a home with older children who are able to handle her great enthusiasm for cuddles and bear-hugs.
Ana is confident, friendly and stable. She has a nurturing and maternal nature and seems patient and tolerant. She is a big, solid gal however, so supervision is a must. She has no malice but could inadvertently knock over a toddler.
Behavior with other dogs:
Ana does well with her older foster brother but he is very laid back and non-confrontational. She seems like the type of dog who would not back-down if challenged. Ana will not be placed with another female. She might be ok with an easy-going male who'd let her be the queen. Her foster mom reports that Ana seems "choosy" when it comes to other dogs.
Behavior with other animals:
Medium to low prey drive.... A squirrel would be tasty but only if it has a bad leg... She's not a sprinter!
Working on training. Ana was obviously neglected and only used as a breeding machine but is successfully learning to become a well-behaved companion.
She is relatively easy to handle. A fun-loving cuddler who wants everyone to love her. She is very strong, but manageable. This dog has a ton of potential as family companion and the disposition to become a great breed ambassador. Her easy-going and happy-go-lucky personality make her a great candidate for just about any lifestyle. She is very easy to please and eager to belong.
Missouri Pit Bull Rescue makes no express or implied warranty, representation or promise to the age, health, breed, habits, disposition, behaviors, obedience, or safety of the dogs in our program. Our assessments are subjective and based on information we receive when selecting the dogs for our program, as well as observations and reports from our volunteers and caretakers. Adopters understand that no one can predict how a dog will react under all circumstances and situations.