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Meet Beans the Soulful Pittie Mix

3/2017: Foster home pending!

8/2016: Looking for a foster home or adopter. 2-3 years old, 45-50 lbs. Pit Mix. Good with kids! Scroll to bottom of this post for contact info.

beans2From her rescue advocate: This sweet girl was found as a stray in Newark, NJ She went into an amazing foster where we were able to learn a lot about her. While we will never know her full history, it was obvious that she had puppies and most likely her puppies were sold off and she was let go. Beans was not properly socialized early on but has come a long way thanks to all the caring humans in her life.

She is amazing with humans but is selective with the non human animals in her life which is why we think she is best in a home without other animals. She is friendly to most when she goes for walks.

beans3Beans is extremely kind, ridiculously intelligent, and could win a gold medal in snuggling. Are you looking for someone to love you unconditionally, Beans is your girl! One look into her soulful eyes and your heart will simply melt.

She has a lot of energy and would do best in a home with someone that is physically active and someone that knows how to be a strong pack leader. She is calm when she is at home and keeps herself busy with her favorite Kong toy. Also, Beans is fully housebroken.

Care of Positive Tails, with help from MooShoes. Located in Brooklyn, New York.

Email, & CC Foster Dogs in your inquiry email: info [at] Let them know you found this dog on!

Things to keep in mind: Adoption fee applies if you plan to adopt, unless otherwise stated (Foster caretakers must pay adoption fee if they choose to adopt). You may be required to complete a foster/adoption application prior to meeting the dog. Please check with your landlord about your building’s pet policy and of course talk to your roommates. The dog is the legal property of the rescue organization until an adoption contract is signed.

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