Female pit/chow/Rottweiler/chihuahua mix. About 46 lbs. She loves her people with her whole soul. I have never felt such love from a dog. Just turned 3 in Sept.
She was my foster puppy who I adopted. Got along great with my older female pit mix until she turned 1 then my older started 3 fights. They were ok for a year and now not getting along again. I think they are both trying to be the alpha female. I think they both need to be the only dog in the house. I had to choose.
I'm really sad about this. Ginger is with my son in his condo now and doing great there on 3 short bathroom walks a day but that's not a long-term solution. I really miss her and am looking for a great home for her. Best for her to be the only dog I think--she loves her humans but is a bit anxious around other pets.
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