American Pit Bull Terrier/Vizsla Mix Adult • Female • Large
3 years old • 60 lbs UTD on vaccinations • spayed • microchipped Located in Fairless Hills, PA
According to her foster mom, Kendella is the perfect pup! She is full of love and energy, sometimes she find it hard to contain and will jump up 3 feet in the air. Kendella loves playing with tennis balls and chewing on toys. She particularly loves male companionship, although any human contact is most welcome. Kendella is high energy and needs plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.
Kendella is housebroken, crate trained, paper trained, and walks nicely on leash. She loves everyone she meets including kids and other dogs. She is quite the smart girl and has learned several commands already. Kendella has a sensitive tummy and does best eating a limited ingredient lamb based food.
The perfect forever family for Kendella is one that has the time, energy and patience to continue her training and make sure she gets proper exercise. Children middle school age and older due to her size. Another dog of similar size would make a good companion but she would also be happy to be the only dog in the home.
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Pound Hounds Res-q is a 5013c NYC based animal rescue that is devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals that come through the NYC Animal Care and Control shelter and other local shelters and places them into forever loving foster and adoptive homes.
Pound Hounds Res-Q believes that every animal deserves a loving home. How that happens takes lots of work. We try to pair the animal with the best possible foster or adopter home available. We take into consideration the initial behavior evaluation and the volunteers evaluation. We also consider the animal's environment at the shelter. It's not science, but it helps us pair us the best possible pets/people.
Furthermore, we then look at the family dynamics. Are they active, are they quite, etc. This gives us a better prospective of what animals would be right for them and their lifestyle. We look at the total environment, kids, other pets etc. It's not perfect, but it helps enormously in placing every animal with the right family.
It's truly a challenge, but it's something that we don't take lightly. It's a big effort but so rewarding in the long run.
We do not have a facility but rather rely on a network of committed loving foster homes that see these animals through to adoption. It is a selfless act and every single one of our fosters help us save another precious life.