Meet Faith!

Faith, a Pit Bull mix, was found sick in a shelter and moved to isolation in an animal hospital until she recovered from kennel cough. She is almost completely potty trained and has learned to use a doggy door to go out on her own. She is polite and will sit to wait for direction. She is getting good with the “stay” command and does well with “leave it”. Her training has come along quickly as she is very eager to please.

Introductions to other people have been very positive and Faith is the first of the dogs in the home to be calm and love the new people. Faith will be a very obedient and loyal companion with good guidance and direction.

She needs exercise to burn off energy and loves to do so with a jog or a brisk obedient walk. Faith plays well with her foster sister who is quite submissive but playful. Otherwise she requires supervision around other dogs, animals, or children and needs to be the only dog in the house. She is not aggressive and has shrugged off situations well, but she does want to dominate the house.

She is true to the Pit Bull breed with jovial excitement, ripped muscles, affectionate loyalty, and snoring naps. Overall, Faith is very friendly and eager to curl up to share affection with her owners and be an integral part of the family.

Faith is currently being cared for by a foster family associated with Sheltie Rescue of Utah. Their goal is to help Shetland Sheepdogs who turn up in shelters, are found lost on the street, are no longer wanted by their owners, or whose owners can no longer care for them.

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