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Adopt Wallaby

Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier / 31 Flavors Mixes

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About Wallaby

Wallaby A220160 Wallaby is a 5 year old neutered male who came into the shelter on 8/26 as a stray. Handling 9/13: Handling 8/27: Handling video: Leash Test: Leash test: Wallaby had some trauma right before coming to us. His poor tail was bloody and missing the last couple of inches. We don’t know what happened but he’s definitely a bit scared of life right now. In his kennel his fear is the worst and he needs encouragement to come out. Once outside, he slowly comes out of his shell. Wallaby can be jumpy when touched unexpectedly and cowers with fast overhead movements. His tail stayed tucked most of the first time out but he also remained close to his handler. He wants to be friends, he just has to go at his speed. Wallaby has the sweetest smile and cartoon eyes that bug out when he’s stressed. He will never have a poker face. Wallaby didn’t show any interest in toys or treats and wasn’t ready for commands either. He needs some time to adjust but we know he’s a huge sweetie under his nerves.

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
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