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Susie Q is an irresistibly adorable fathead. How could you not want to smooch her cute face?
This belle of the ball is Susie Q, an adorable pocket Pittie looking to charm her way your home – and heart! Like most bullies, she’s sweet and affectionate, loves people, and wants nothing more than to be someone’s special lap dog. Won’t you make her dream come true?
Name: Susie Q.
Age and sex: 3- to 4-year-old female.
Breed: Pit Bull mix.
Size and weight: Medium and 45 pounds.
Coat: Short, gray and white.
Location: Boston Terrier Rescue Team of the Carolinas in North Carolina.
Activity level: Medium-low.
Likes: People, walks, playing with other dogs, balls, toys, and bones.
Training: Susie Q is house and crate trained, and knows basic commands including sit and come.
Yard requirements: A fenced-in yard is advisable, as Susie has a strong prey drive and could be prone to running off in pursuit of squirrels, birds, or other critters.
Kids: Best with older children.
Dogs and cats: Good with other dogs, but has not been tested with cats.
Health issues: None.
Her story: Susie was picked up as a stray by Cabarrus County Animal Control in Concord, North Carolina. Luckily, BTRTC pulled her from the shelter just in time!
Her ideal forever home: Susie would do well with a dog-savvy, moderately active human who enjoys going for walks as much as she does. Because she’s so strong, she would do best with a canine sibling around her same size.
Other details prospective adopters should know: Susie Q demonstrates mild food aggression, which is easily managed by feeding her in her crate. While BTRTC typically restricts its adoptions to people who live in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia, they are willing to consider applications from a perfect forever family who lives outside of the southeastern region.
Contact info: Visit btrteamcarolinas.rescuegroups.org.
A devoted dog mom, journalist, and animal activist, Lisa uses her writing to spread awareness about animal welfare and cruelty issues. She lives in Atlanta with two spoiled German Shepherds, one entitled Pug, and a very understanding husband. Read more of her work at her blog and website, and follow her on Twitter.
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