Featured Adoptable Pet: Angel

Name: Angel
Breed: Pitty mix
Age: 2 years
Size: 40 lb
Energy: High

Spay/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: Core Vaccines up to date
Dewormed: Yes

Rescue: Path of Hope Rescue
Contact: 509.954.5091

Personality/Disposition

Angel has been waiting for her Forever Home since she came to Path of Hope Rescue in October. She was picked up as a pregnant stray in Houston, TX. Gave birth to eight babies and narrowly escaped euthanasia. She came to WA where she finished raising up her babies, and has been patiently waiting for a home to call her own.

Angel has several “strikes” against her in that she is an adult, black, high energy pitty mix. She can climb fences and will require an active family to keep her tired out and resisting the impulse to go exploring on her own. She would excel in agility, hiking, lake life, anything outdoors and active! Despite her cons, Angel is a sweetheart of a dog that gets along great with other dogs, and after playtime just wants to snuggle up to her Hoo-mans. Give her a chance; those ears will win you over.

*Information is approximate and based on the information given to the rescue/group involved.  Personality/disposition reports are based on one person or family’s experience. Animals respond to different people and locations in different ways. Contact rescue for more information, or to learn about other adoptable animals in their care.

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