Meet Cola, a tan and white female Pitbull (Staffordshire Bull Terrier) mix. She is only about 8 months old and has plenty of energy! She would love to find an active family that can take her on long walks in the park, then come home to her nice comfy bed where she can lay back and relax.
We always recommend obedience training with all new dogs and feel Cola could benefit from and would make a wonderful addition to her new home as a well obedient girl. Come meet her today!
Because Cola is a bully breed a Rescue group will be required to pull from the shelter for adoption.
If you’re interested in meeting Cola, you can visit the shelter Mon – Friday (12 to 5) and Saturday (10 to 3). The shelter staff is available to assist anyone interested in adopting this beautiful boy.
Tri-County Animal Shelter
- 6707 Animal Shelter Road
- Hughesville, Md 20637
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