IN Shelter Dog with amazing ears is looking for a second chance


Allow us to introduce you this week Pet of the week of Vanderburgh Humanitarian Society.

Hi, I am Jeanne. I am almost 2 years old and I am an American Pit Bull Terrier mix. As you can see I am a very active girl looking for an active family. I would just like a big yard or someone who likes to go for walks or runs. I have been told that I have the most beautiful ears a dog can have. One is always bent and the other is always straight. I don’t really like cats but I like other dogs a lot and especially people, especially children.

I came to VHS for the transport of heartworm positive dogs from Arkansas in February and now I am heartworm free. Unfortunately I was adopted once but they said I was TOO active for them so they brought me back in May. Please come spend some time with me. I know you are going to fall in love with me and my amazing ears.

My adoption fee is $ 150 which includes my sterilization, all current vaccines, and a nationally registered microchip. I’m also West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Pet of the Week. I will be participating in a promotion for the Pet Parade which will take place on Saturday October 9th.

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