Amy – Adoptable Dog of the Week
UPDATE: Amy has been adopted!
Amy was brought into Chicago Animal Care and Control at a young age with her sister. They were both very emaciated. But thanks to Don’t Bully My Breed, Inc. and Amy’s foster she is now a healthy girl now weighing in at a whopping 47 lbs. – perfect size!
She does great with other dogs and lives with her two doggy foster brothers. But she needs our help in finding her fur-ever family…Amy has been in rescue for far too long for no reason! She loves people, loves dogs – this should be easy.
Please network Amy so she can get the exposure she needs!
A little more information about Amy:
American Staffordshire Terrier & Pit Bull Terrier Mix • Young • Female • Microchipped • Spayed • House Trained • UTD on Shots
From the foster:
“Amy will greet you with kisses and an entire body wiggle. Amy is a young girl who came into Chicago Animal Care and Control with her sister in an emaciated state. Since we rescued her, she is now her ideal weight of 47 lbs.
She is a true champion of cuddles and adores everyone she meets. Amy prefers bones over chew toys and loves going for walks, as long as she is wearing her coat in the winter time. She is currently in a foster home with two 4-legged foster brothers and plays very nicely.”
Fill out an application to meet Amy HERE.
Update: Amy has been adopted!