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Dog Of The Week – Miracle

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Miracle was found running stray just before the 4th of July. She had no tag, no chip, and no one ever came looking for her. She had badly infected wounds on her face and her ears were cropped close to her head, but this did not affect her big heart!

Miracle LOVES people. Although she is a solid 60 pounds of muscle and could likely run a marathon without tiring, she would much rather be in your lap. Miracle is estimated to be around 2 to 3 yrs of age. She is HIGHLY people oriented, she wants nothing more than to be by your side.

CLICK HERE FOR STUDIO PICTURES OF MIRACLE!

Although she gets along well with some dogs, she does not do well with all dogs,  so adopters with other dogs must bring their dogs to meet Miracle prior to adoption. Miracle would not do well alone in a back yard for most of the day, she would do best as an indoor dog where she can be with her humans for more of the day than alone.

Her favorite position is on her back getting belly rubs in your lap! Because she is so people oriented and constantly looks to her person for guidance and reassurance, she should be very easy to train and would be a great candidate for advanced obedience.
She is definitely a lover not a fighter!

Miracle currently has  some healing scabs on her head and face from rubbing against her kennel door when she is lonely. These come and go and could also be a sign of mild allergies, so she will be sent home with a bag of the food she is eating now to get her new adopter off to a good start!

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“Miracle” will be available (today) Tuesday at 11:00AM at the MCACC West Shelter.

Animal ID # A3174082
Kennel # WS329
spayed F
blue brindle Pit Bull “AKA GRUNT”!

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