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American Pit Bull Terrier


4 Years




Large (> 40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Cats



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Behavior Concerns
  • Special Diet


Spokane, WA


Are you looking for a sweet companion that will be equally happy snuggling on the couch or playing with a new toy? Tank is the guy for you.

This little guy with a big block head will win your heart. Since he’s so low to the ground, I refer to him as my “pocket pittie” At 4 years old, he’s already learned his manners. I’ve never had him chew anything he shouldn’t, he doesn’t steal off the counter not that he could reach it anyway, and he doesn’t door dash. He’ll be happiest when you give him a new toy (any toy really) and loves a good game of tug. He enjoys a mellow walk or two a day, but doesn’t need much more than that. He enjoys a short run with the electric long board, so if you’d like to tucker him out quickly, I think he’d do well with a bike, run or skateboard. He loves giving kisses and burrowing in the blankies.

We have been working with Tank on sit, stay and come and he’s doing great! He’s very food motivated, so encouraging him to learn is easy! He does “place” very well and is already kennel trained and house trained. I will admit that he’s used to cuddling on the couch with us and sleeping in the bed, but when we have him sleep in the kennel, he’s just as happy. He’s a gentle soul that would do best in a calm home. He hasn’t seemed phased by thunder or fireworks, but he will bark at perceived dangers like blenders and lawnmowers.

We have to rehome Tank because of conflict between him and our resident dog. I’ve had him around lots of other dogs and he’s done well, but I’m not sure if being housed with another dog works as well as play dates. Before I adopted him, I heard he had an issue with a cat, but personally, I’ve never seen anything other than peaceful avoidance. I trust him daily alone with the cat. Our cat does have safe spaces though where he can get away from the dogs if necessary. We’re also working with him on stranger danger and people coming into the home. He has nipped people, so we’re working with a trusted trainer. We are convinced that with enough sessions, Tank can overcome this behavior and greet people normally.

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