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Love-A-Bull Pit Bull Meetup Message Board › Need to re-home my pitbull..please help, here are some pics!

Need to re-home my pitbull..please help, here are some pics!

A former member
Post #: 1
Hi everyone,

I registered with this meetup a few weeks ago when I adopted my pitbull Lola, from Town lake animal shelter. Unfortunately after spending a few weeks together, we are realizing that we are not the family for Lola. She seemed calm and suitable for our apartment but she has a lot of energy. I wanted a pit so badly, but didn't think about the small apartment. Also, she doesnt get along well with my cat fistik.

Here are some qualities about Lola:
• SO sweet, not aggressive or threatening at all
• Submissive to other dogs, just wants to play!
• Great dog to go play with, very obedient with playing catch and not straying from your side.
• Great dog to run with, she needs a lot of exercise.
• Already knows the basic commands sit, stay, down, and “shake hands.” She is VERY smart.
• She loves to give kisses and have her belly rubbed.

She is a great dog, but she needs a family who will give her alot of attention and love. if you know ANYONE who would be interested, please contact me at I'm in the south austin area.

Also, she is already spayed, rabies, all shots done, everything is accounted for. We took her to the vet recently and she is a healthy pitbull! If you decide to adopt her, we also have a crate, dog pillow, a few toys and treats, and a 6 months supply of her heartworm/flea prevention. She is seriously the cutest ever. I have pics to prove it.

Thanks, Gizem

Austin, TX
Post #: 108
This really doesn't seem like a reason to re-home a dog. It can take a lot of time to get a dog and cat to adapt to each other. We can recommend a trainer. "A lot of energy" is not a reason to re-home a dog. Please let me know if you would like a trainer to help you get the dog and cat to acclimate.

Also, for other people reading this post, this is why we recommend you work with a rescue organization, like Love-A-Bull when adopting. We know which dogs get along with cats, dogs, etc.
Christine W.
user 14012946
Austin, TX
Post #: 1
I am not a professional, but I've had several pits aka piggies..Do you have a cat or a kitten??? One thing I did was have a friend hold my dog and wrap the cat in a t-shit with his head sticking out..Let them meet..that way the cat can't scratch the dog..You just need to make sure you have a firm grip on each of them..after awhile they get used to each other..They may never be best friend but I believe with the right training they could live in peace
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