It is a term of endearment to call Zoey a whirling dervish. She is energetic, bouncy, spastic, and chaotic, and all in the cutest way possible. She can barely contain herself while she spreads her joy as fast as possible to as many people as possible. She is lovingly referred to as the resident gremlin. Zoey is full of grunts, kisses and she does not understand personal space. Zoey was found on the streets by a Good Samaritan. They took Zoey home, and found out an important detail: Zoey is not a fan of cats. Zoey was taken to the county shelter, who in turn delivered her to Home Fur Good. Zoey is a four-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix and she weighs 44 pounds. HFG is not lying when they say Zoey is bursting at the seams in anticipation of finding her forever home. Volunteers have been working with Zoey and her social skills with other dogs. The work is to give Zoey enrichment and to give more insight into her personality. Zoey plays rough and rowdy, but is getting better. HFG does not recommend that Zoey be left alone with other dogs, but with continued training, she can react appropriately around other dogs. She is a physically strong girl, but she is receptive to instruction and training and she really wants to please and receive your praise and affection. The adoption fee is $225 and includes spaying/neutering, age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipping, and a free wellness visit at Phoenix Mountain Animal Hospital. Our adoption hours are Thursday-Saturday from 11:00 am-4:00 pm.