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Rosa American Bulldog & American Staffordshire Terrier Mix Troy, MI

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Gray / Blue / Silver


Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Adoption fee

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Meet Rosa

Hello, my name is Rosa and I am one of the sweetest dogs you'll ever meet. I am about 3 years old and I weigh 55 lbs. I am friendly and loving. I have a very mellow, laid back personality. I love head and ear scritches, although belly rubs are my most favorite. I will nuzzle your hand or put my paw on you to ask for some love and attention. More cuddles, please. I am told it's super cute. I love to burrow under blankets and to be wrapped up, snug as a bug. If there's a cozy place to nap that's where you'll find me. I am a people-dog and I like to spend time with the humans. I make the best snorting piggy sounds and I snore when sleeping. I take treats very gently and I give gentle kisses to my bestest friends and favorite people. I spend my days lounging and looking out the window. I like to play with toys and plush, soft toys are the best. I eat all my meals from puzzle toys, which slows me down from guzzling. I am housetrained and I will signal when it's time for me to go out. I am crate trained. I walk well on a leash and enjoy taking walks. I like to learn new things and I work hard for treats. I know how to sit and I'm working on more behavior commands. I ride well in the car and am an all-around fabulous companion. Please give me a chance and you'll be so glad you did! Apply today. Adoption fee: $80. Adopt a pair: $120. Fee includes testing, deworming, vaccinations, spay/neuter, 30 days of free pet insurance, one session with a certified behavior trainer and microchip.

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