Paisley has been looking for a home for quite some time so I figured, why not show her off to the PBF members and see if anyone falls in love with her??
Paisley was adopted from a HS in Indiana EIGHT years ago and was 4-paw declawed, yes, declawed
by her crazy owner who didn't like the clicking noise her nails made on tile. She was eventually given up by her owner because she was chasing chickens...imagine that! She's now in the care of my friend who is an animal control officer and an independent rescuer.
I can personally vouch for Paisley as I have fostered her a few times and have interacted with her more times than I can count. She is an AWESOME, happy, wiggly, silly pit bull mix. She greets every stranger with a tail wag and body wiggle. She is built like a little 50 pound barrel - she's not big at all, but is round (could probably stand to lose a few).
She is dog friendly - good with dogs of all sizes (is fine with my roommates small dogs!) and is good with cats too! Her one fault is that she is protective of her toys, so toys can't be left out on the floor. Other than that she is an angel. She walks perfectly on a leash and never pulls. She loves to wear sweaters!
Paisley is housebroken and non-destructive. When I have her, she sleeps in bed with me.
She doesn't go up on the bed without being asked. I live in an apartment and she'd be a fine apt dog. She's not bark-y except if someone knocks on the door. Her energy level isn't too high but she does like a good game of tug once in a while.
She is on meds for hypothyroidism and takes her meds without issue in a piece of cheese. She's fully vetted and has records that go back for 8 years (her previous owner took good care of her in that regard, oddly enough).
So, that's my little speech on Paisley and how awesome she is. If interested in her, you can PM me or email me at SavingHoosierDogs@gmail.com
. She is located in Lafayette, IN but doesn't necessarily have to be adopted in that area.
Here's Paisley napping next to Sophie, their butts are touching
Sophie is adoptable too, and 4-paw declawed also!
Her poor little declawed paw
Wearing one of her sweaters, which always gets lots of smiles when I take her for walks.
Gives another view of her paws.