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Pip Pit Bull Terrier Mix Ridgway, CO

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Black, Brown / Chocolate

About

Coat length
Short
House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children, other animals. most.

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Meet Pip

This chunk of love is Pip! A beautiful sable bully breed blend, Pip is newly arrived but proving to be a pretty social, affectionate, and level-headed lass, with occasional outbursts of silly puppy antics. When we go into her kennel she excitedly grabs a toy to squeak and is all wags and wiggles!

She caught some eyes with her mile-wide smile when she made her debut trotting alongside a bike on the pathway this past week. She does enjoy playing with another well-matched canine, too - she’s a pretty rough and tumble kinda girl. Pip is going to make a lovely canine companion for some lucky adopter!

Pip is currently in foster! Here is an update from her foster home: She’s a really fun, cuddling, extremely athletic, people lover, sweet, well behaved dog! She loves to hike, play with other dogs, ride in the car, meet as many humans as she can, play in water and carry her toys around while wagging her tail. She enjoys chasing squirrels in the yard and likes to hang out alone without barking or being stressed out. She is working on the come command when she is distracted but making progress. She did amazing while backcountry skiing and seemed to love it. She has a lot of energy and isn’t afraid of anything so far. She met kids 10 years old and older and she was a sweetheart with them. She cuddles massively and will even curl up on you while you read like if she was a small dog. She will be a great family dog (I wouldn’t recommend very young children until her jumping/mouthing habit is completely gone).

Adopters will be considered on the totality of the application and how it matches the particular pet's needs.

Please read entire posting for information on our new procedures. We are currently requiring appointments for all adoptions. Please give us a call if you questions about a pet or complete an application at https://adoptmountainpets.org/pet-services/adoption-process/application-form to make arrangements to visit the Animal Resource Center.


Most dogs who come from the shelter will not be house trained.

We do not know or make guarantees that a dog or cat will do well with all children, other animals or is house-trained.

We will need to talk to all of the adults in the home prior to making an appointment to visit with a pet.

In most cases its necessary to to have family dogs come into meet your potential adoptee. Please be sure your dogs are spayed or neutered and current on vaccines (distemper - parvo and rabies) before bringing them for a meeting.

All dogs must be transported home in a travel crate to transport your new pup home safely.

Renters must provide a copy of a lease indicating pets are allowed or contact information for the landlord.


Second Chance is happy to have been providing stray, surrender, adoption, and our Community Outreach services throughout the COVID situation.

All services are provided by appointment only. Please do not visit the shelter without first making calling the shelter.

For the safety of our community, staff and volunteers all visitors are required to wear masks and follow the posted social distancing processes *see below. Do not make an appointment if you are not comfortable following these procedures. Thank you for understanding and your support.

If you are interested in meeting or adopting one of our pets or have questions about the process please see our website at www.adoptmountainpets.org or call the Shelter between 11:00 am and 5:45 pm Tuesday through Saturday. 970 626 2273

* We want to provide you excellent customer service today and keep you and our team safe and healthy. Please read what we are asking you to do today to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19:

• Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from other people. Six feet is the average length of many dog leashes but handing a leashes to another person is not maintaining a six foot space.
• Follow staff instructions about how to drop off, pick up or meet a pet.
• If you have any symptoms of illness please reschedule.
• Wear a mask when interacting with staff
• Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer (you can find bottles throughout the property prior to interacting with staff, volunteers or pets.
• Once you have read these guidelines, please tell us you understand them and that you will follow them with at SCHS.
Thank you for your support, for adopting, for fostering and volunteering and understanding our need to do our part in stopping COVID – 19.

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  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Young
  • Female