Open Your Heart to Indiana
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to hang out with a couple of really awesome adoptable pit bulls.
Today, I’d like to introduce you to one of them. Her name is Indiana.
This pretty red mama came into the Midwest Adopt-a-Bull program several months ago with a belly full of babies.
She took great care of her eight pups, six of whom have already found forever homes. She’s a nurturing friend to the special needs boy who lives in her foster home. Recently, Indiana also befriended some chihuahua mix puppies who took refuge with her foster family.
If that sweet disposition isn’t enough to make you love Ms. Indiana, get a load of all the tricks she can do: sit, stay, shake and high five.
She’s a cuddler and a good running partner but not a particularly high-energy dog. She would do great in a variety of family situations, as long she isn’t expected to hang out with a cat – that’s the one thing Indiana doesn’t like at all.
During the adoption event where I hung out with Indiana, she sat or laid politely in her kennel the whole time. She loved it when adults or children knelt down to pet her through the bars. She even tried to shake hands and gave kisses through her cage. She showed everyone her beautiful smile.
Due to her foster family’s impending relocation, Indiana is in desperate need of a forever home.
Please share her story so that we can keep this sweet mama from landing back in a shelter.
If Indiana seems like the right dog for you, apply to adopt her from Midwest Adopt-a-Bull.
For a reduced adoption fee, mention WaywardDogs.com in your application.
Don’t forget October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month. Visit BeerPaws.com to learn about how my company is getting involved.
Posted on October 8, 2013, in Dogs, Dogtography, Fostering, Pit Bulls and tagged adoptable dog, adoptable pit bull, Beer Paws, Indiana, Kansas City, mama pit bull, Midwest Adopt-A-Bull, National Pit Bull Awareness Month, red pit bull, reduced adoption fee. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.