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Teddy Atlas Pit Bull Terrier Mix Harrisburg, PA

  • Adult
  • Male
  • Large
  • Brindle, Brown / Chocolate

About

Characteristics
Playful, Protective, Brave, Independent, Funny, Quiet, Couch potato
Coat length
Short
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs.
Prefers a home without
Cats, children.

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Meet Teddy Atlas

Happy hippo boy Teddy Atlas here! Just Teddy will do! I am an almost 90lb, 4 year old Pit Bull mix. Yep, I'm a bit chunky! I made my way here back on Valentine’s Day. Space was tight at the busy shelter in Philly where I had been living, so the good people here decided to pull me and a few friends and give us all a better shot at adoption in Harrisburg. I am VERY strong, playful, handsome and more! I will need a home with kids over 12 years old, because I guard everything that I like, which we will chat about prior to my adoption day. I LOVE toys and am quite grabby when taking them. I really just like to chew on them and do my own thing. Check out my video -- I'll need some sturdy toys! I am gentle taking treats and will sit like a gentleman. I am a giant snuggle bug once I get my energy out, which doesn’t take terribly long at all! I cannot live with cats, but I did well meeting another dog. I am quite large which can be a little intimidating to some pups, but I do want to play! Of course, I am plenty of dog to be your one and only as well! You won’t be disappointed when you meet me, Teddy Atlas!

MEDICAL: Teddy Atlas was transferred to HSHA with a condition called Horner's Syndrome. Horner's syndrome is a common neurological disorder of the eye and facial muscles. The condition usually occurs suddenly and typically affects one side of the head but can be bilateral (affect both sides of the head) in rare cases. Teddy Atlas received a full medical workup to rule out common underlying causes of Horner's. No specific pathological causes were found, but it is possibly the result of some bite wounds that he sustained prior to transfer. Most cases of Horner's syndrome will resolve spontaneously over several months. An adopter should be made aware of the condition and can speak with their veterinarian about follow up care and monitoring recommendations. Teddy Atlas should be seen at least every 6-12 months to monitor his overall health.

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  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Adult
  • Male