"Oh, that's all right. He can call me a flower if he wants to; I don't mind."
Flower stole our heart the minute we met her at the local pound.
She is soooo cute, and small and irresistible! We had to make her an MPR dog. Those pictures don't do her justice at all. She is much prettier in person.
ID Number: #23750
Adoption Fee: $135
Breed: Pit Bull
Sex: Female (Spayed)
Age: 1 to 3 years old
Weight: 32 lbs.
Color: Black and white
Good with dogs: Probably not
Good with cats: No
Flower lives in a small apartment in a retired community. Her foster mom takes her on walks everyday and she visits a friend with a large fenced yard a couple times of week for additional exercise. Flower goes on outings with foster home when weather permits. She loves car rides. When home alone occasionally, she stays in a crate and is no trouble at all. For the most part though, she is rarely alone as foster home is retired. Flower sleeps in bed with foster mom and is well behaved and a good sleeping partner.
Great disposition, stable personality - Not shy at all, very friendly. Flower is a well balanced little girl who appears to have a great genetic background. She is very pretty too and gets a lot of completely on her built and expressive face. She is a wonderful breed ambassador.
Flower is energetic and veeeeery playful!
Behavior with people:
Very outgoing and super friendly. She loves everyone. She is tiny and wiggly and silly and so fun-loving. Everyone who meets her is smitten. Please don't expect Flower to be a guard dog. She loves people way too much for that. She wants everyone to be her friend.
Behavior with children:
Flower is very outgoing and always in a good mood. However, she hasn't learned to play gentle yet. Foster mom is trying to teach her but even though she has greatly improved, there are still times when Flower's great enthusiasm for life gets the best of her. We think she would do great in a home with older kids because she is so happy and playful, but a home with toddlers is not recommended at this point, only because she is still learning to control her happy drive.
Flower has not been introduced to other dogs since being with us. She does appear to be somewhat dominant. She seems to like people better but we can't rule out a compatible male doggy companion for her. She is thriving as an only pet though, and doesn't seem to miss the company of another dog at all.
She's doing very well in the small apartment she lives in. She is crate trained and housebroken. Flower doesn't appear to be destructive, though she loves to chew on dog toys. Flower needs a large fenced yard so she is able to do the zoomies as often as possible.
Her tiny size makes her the perfect little lap dog and she loves it! She is super cute, friendly, loving and sweet and very playful. Can't ask for more.