Meet Princess Ruby the Sweet Pittie
Looking for a adopter, currently in foster care. 1 year old, 50 lbs. Pit/Lab mix. Good with dogs (currently lives with another dog). Scroll to bottom of this post for contact info.
Photos: Emily Davis @epicureanemily, for Foster Dogs Inc. In collaboration with @keikolynn @erinsolari @hollywang
Princess Ruby has the most soulful eyes that you could look into all day. She is so playful with both two and four legged companions, and has been playing with her foster dog sister nonstop since day one. This girl was found tied up outside the city shelter, but seems to have been cared for at some point. She is so smart and knows her commands and hand signals like a pro.
When she’s pooped herself out from playtime, she is so eager to cuddle with you that sometimes she’ll actually end up on top of you. Ruby is spayed, up to date on shots. She’s gotten the hang of potty training while with us, and she’s starting to love her crate as well. Note: She gets sad when she’s alone, so she needs someone who can help her adjust and will be patient while she learns her new routine.
Care of Shelter Chic. Located in Brooklyn, NY.
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