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James - Senior

Male Senior Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)

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About James - Senior

Let me tell you a little story about a very special boy named James. James is believed to be about 10 years old and has lived the majority of that time outside on a chain without proper food, water, shelter, or love. Finally he was taken from that terrible situation to spend the next 7 months in a shelter waiting for rescue. Mostly Muttz stepped up and put James in a foster home where he could be treated for his heartworm disease. Since arriving to PA in Feb James has adjusted very nicely to life in a house with a family. It only took him a week to get housebroken and crate trained. He knows "sit" and is very food motivated. He loves to snuggle and roll around on couches and beds until he falls off. He's a goofy boy with lots of love to give. He's not very active because of his age but still has some energy in him for short bouts of play, either with another dog or a person. Although James is doing well he is not without some issues from his past that his foster family is working on with him. Being starved his whole life he is now very greedy with his food and needs to be fed away from other dogs. He's fine eating in his crate in the same room as his foster siblings. His foster mom has taught him to share the water bowl so hopefully one day other dogs will be able to eat around him without him wanting their food too. Even though he's come a long way with it since he first arrived, he is still learning boundaries with human food too. He is good with older, calmer children as he doesn't understand when people "rough house". James is good with other dogs but is better with females or smaller males. No cats for this guy though. In regards to James's medical needs, he does have an advanced degree of heartworm disease that is being treated. Due to his level of disease increasing the risk of complications that come with treatment, he is receiving a "slow kill" type of treatment that is less risky. This treatment is easy to administer on a monthly basis but can take upwards of 10 months to ensure all heartworms are eliminated from his system. James also does best with sensitive stomach food because other types of food caused diarrhea. His front teeth are worn down probably from trying to eat anything he could find while starving. This does not hinder his ability to eat or even chew on bones. Besides that he is healthy and once his heartworm disease is cured there is no reason to believe that he doesn't have many more years of life left in him. James is neutered and up to date on vaccinations.

You can apply to adopt James at

Note: This animal is currently receiving heartworm treatment through a slow-kill method. 

Adoption Fee: $200



James - Senior
11 years, 4 months
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
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Ok with cats
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Mostly Muttz Rescue

PO Box 406 Gilbertsville PA 19525

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