We are going to get a little sappy here to tell you about Willow. You see, this girl has more in common with a willow tree than meets the eye. Just like willows, this girl is resilient having survived being a stray by making friends with other dogs, found by a nice rescue, brought into a few different foster homes, all while maintaining her happy-go-lucky personality and waking up excited for the day ahead. It's this joyful personality that earns her the title of most wondrous dog her foster parents have ever met. We all think of willow trees as these beautiful, lucious trees. Well, our Willow is just as gorgeous with this world-class red coloring. She's always wearing the biggest, happiest Pit Bull smile, and just has the mushiest face with so many layers to love. We truly would like to take Willow to a weeping willow tree because we are confident her whimsical playfulness would come out as she wondered it's branches - she's a very fun dog to take on adventures! At 2-years-old, she loves to run and play, but always returns when called. She is welcoming to new people and submissive with new dogs, and has yet to meet a stranger (definitely no guard dog). She gives the best Pitbull hugs, holding onto you and kissing your hand while you pet her. She is a really well-balanced dog – enjoying her time playing, but also a good cuddle puddle especially if petting is involved! She's very affectionate, confident, and willing to learn! She is also very expressive – you always know how she’s feeling and it's usually pretty good (we've only seen a frown while giving her a bath!). Willow weighs 37 pounds, so she's a petite Pit Bull mix. Willow likes kids but is probably too energetic for younger kids, is playful and outgoing with other dogs, and has not been tested with cats. She's great in the car, enjoys walks on the leash (though she may pull or jump to greet you), and is a very quiet girl – only whining occasionally when she’s in her crate. She is pretty energetic (medium to high) so will need a family that can give her opportunities to get her zoomies out every day! Willow is house trained, and doing very well with crate training which will need to be continued in her new home. Willows are a symbol of new life. Are you looking for a new and better life with a doggy family member to spend your days? If so, Willow is your girl!
We are confident that Willow would make a wonderful addition to any family! Please get in touch if you’d like to meet her at Cheryl.firstname.lastname@example.org. Her adoption fee is $400. Also, she is always willing to host private meet and greets in his foster home in Warrington and also enjoys attending meet and greets whenever possible. You can also see more of her time in foster care on Instagram @freedomswayfosters!
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