Hello, I’ve come to this hard heartbreaking decision that I need to re-home my American pit bull terrier Vader. He will be 4 years old in April this year he’s gone through training with endless pawsibilites and wears an e-collar every day he definitely could use a refresher course in training. He’s fixed, has environmental allergies and food allergies so whatever home he goes to needs to be able to give him his allergy shot once a month and check his food for allergens. I will provide a list of his allergies and provide the medication and syringes I do have on hand as well as where we get his allergy meds from. The place we get his allergy meds from is a year supply for around $300, to my knowledge he will need these meds for the rest of his life due to the amount of environmental allergies he has. He has only been around other dogs a couple times in his life and has done okay, hes been around our cat and he does chase him and try to play with him but otherwise he will leave him alone. He’s a good happy boy, who loves to sleep on the couch and curl up with a blanket but he also loves running around outside. He is potty trained and paws at our back door to be let in or let out. He dislikes the rain, and not very good on the leash (he pulls a lot) but that’s our fault for not working with him more. He does occasionally chew on other things than his food, main things socks and underwear 🤦♀️ He gets along with our kids (7 & 5) but when they run or play rough he does get wound up and try to chase them, never has bit them or anything just gets excited. I’m sure that habit can be fixed with some training also. He is kenneled train and that’s where he has always slept at night or when we are gone for a few hours. I just know there is a better home for him out there where he can be at his full potential and give him more than what we are able to give him right now, he needs more love and a place to release all his energy daily.
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