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I found this beautiful Staffordshire Bull Terrier pup in Xenia and cannot locate owners. I do not have his vet or other history. He is not chipped.
GCAS says since I kept him—out of fear he would be euthanized—he is now my responsibility.
What I know and have observed—he is very chill and sweet. Loves to be petted and will sit and gently paw you when he wants attention. Crate and house trained—he did mark his territory at my home at first—does okay on a leash, pulls sometime. He is also a little scared. When he first meets someone he’s friendly. I’m not sure how he does with cats or other dogs. He is good with children he knows. 9 & 10 year old grandkids get along with him fine. I do not know about past behavior or potential behavior issues, I’ve seen none.
He’s completely gray/silver with a white chest patch. He seems younger. 2-5 years old. Looking for adopter or foster. If I don’t find someone soon I have to take to a shelter. A friend has him but cannot hold him much longer.
I did have a crate you can take, and bowls.

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This darling girl was found on the highway and is fostering with us until she finds fer forever family. She’s 3 years old, and up to date on all of her shots. Excellent recall and socialization. Loves all people, kids, and cuddling. She will be happiest in a single-dog household but she’s been great with her foster brother (a yellow lab).

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My name is Thor, I am a big loving & protective almost 3 year old Staffordshire. I love to play outside with my sisters and my puppy. I am big but I try to be gentle, I also love to give hugs. I get a little separation anxiety but I’m starting to do better. My mom and dad are truck drivers and I get a little car sick so I wouldn’t do good on the road for long periods of time. I am looking for a good home and loving family that will accept me for who I am.


He loves cuddles he’s a big boy he loves treats and just good loving. He doesn’t like when people are arguing or if the there’s domestic violence going on. He has to warm up to men but loves women. He my little fur baby. steven needs to be in a home that has a back yard or apartment with dog yard. he loves nonaggressive dogs. the only behavior thing he has, is he just have to warm up to males., also he doesn’t like other dogs eating his food.

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