Fannie is a really sweet puppy about 10 months now. She loves everyone, especially kids and other dogs. Bailey is spayed. Fannie received a severe accident to her jaw, kicked by a horse, but it has been repaired. She has some slight disfigurement, but if this is an issue to you, don't read any further. Fannie is a very loved dog. She is the most maligned breed on the planet at this time. And she needs a home.  Photos of Bailey after her surgery are below.  . 

This strong breed reached the U.S. about 1870, where it was used, as in Britain, to fight other dogs in pits. It was recognized by the A.K.C. in 1935. By this time, the “sport” of dog fighting had long since waned, and the breed had been developed into a companion dog. By A.K.C standards, this breed should be, and is, affectionate and trustworthy towards its owner, and a fine guard.

Owing to its ancestry it might be (but not necessarily), aggressive to other dogs and to need firm control. BAILEY is great with other dogs.  Some irresponsible breeders and owners have encouraged the dog’s aggressive tendencies, making this breed widely feared. The Pit Bulls & Am Staffs, unfortunately, have become the “dog of choice” for the drug dealers. These people are not known for being active in the local obedience classes, 4-H, and animal welfare groups. In the movie and book “Incredible Journey”, based on a true story, one of the dogs who made it home was the courageous “Chance”, and he is the beloved Pit Bull. In the early movies, “Little Rascals”, the dog always with the little kids was a Pit Bull. Many of the antique pictures depict children being guarded affectionately by a Pit Bull. That was before any of us ever heard of drug dealers or Michael Vick.
Now, about waiting for her forever family. Bailey's foster mom is a retired nurse, who helps tremendously because of Bailey's jaw injury. Through several  operations Bailey maintained her sweet, kind, and gentle ways.  Her veterinarian  is impressed with her courage, stamina, and spirit. She loves people, she is so affectionate, smart, and obedient. She stays home, she would never leave you. Typically, all Terriers are hardy, healthy, long lived. And they make you laugh a lot. If you love Terriers; their heart, their spunk, their longevity, their loyalty, their intelligence, think about giving Bailey a chance to be your forever companion.


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