The name Cheryl is the english variant of the french name "Cherie". A girl's name meaning "darling".
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This sweet girl was found as a stray by a member of the public and taken to the city pound. She was never claimed so we think she might have been deliberately abandoned. As soon as we met her we thought she was a precious soul so we gave her a name that reflects her worth.
Adoption Fee: $200
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 5-6 yo
Weight: 50-60 Lbs
Cheryl was borderline emaciated when she was first rescued. She is now nicely gaining weight and recuperating from her ordeal as a stray. She is spayed, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccinations and ready for adoption.
A blue brindle beauty with a darling face, hence her name. Cheryl is medium size with a delicate, yet athletic built.
Current Living Situation:
Cheryl is being a good sport at MPR shelter, enjoying this precious chance to find the home she deserves. She is no trouble in her kennel; quiet, patient and well-behaved. She uses her doggy-door to relieve herself in the outdoor run if needed, and hasn't been destructive of her bedding. She's super smart and got the hang of the shelter's routine in just a few days. She's a very adaptable dog who takes life's hardships with a grain of salt.
Outgoing and very friendly. Cheryl is the type of gal who doesn't sweat the small stuff. Her optimism is galvanizing. She's been through a lot and has never lost her sweet and silly smile.
Cheryl is still in the process of rebuilding her energy but she is not a hyper dog. She's mature but still playful. She has a lively personality, is smart, alert and super fun-loving.
Behavior with people:
Cheryl has been nothing but friendly and sociable with all our volunteers. She is comfortable in her own skin and likes everyone the same. An easy-going dog with a wonderful disposition.
Behavior with children:
Behavior with other dogs:
She appears to be a little selective when it comes to her interaction with other dogs. She would shine as an only pet but we won't rule out a home with a laid back and somewhat submissive male who'd let her be the queen. The dogs would require a slow introduction and diligent supervision at all time.
Behavior with other animals:
Unknown but a home with a cat is not recommended.
Info coming soon. We are still getting to know her.
Even if you can’t adopt this sweetheart, you can still help by donating for their care.