Wednesday’s Pet Pebbles was Adopted

January 31, 2013

Pebbles_2Wednesday’s Pet for 01/30/13 is Pebbles

Featured Pet: Pebbles
Rescue Group: Humane Society of Calvert County
Breed: Pit Bull/American Bull Dog Mix
Sex: Female
Size: Large (65lbs)
Vetted: Spayed and Up-to-date with routine shots, Heartworm negative and microchipped
Adoption Fee: $200.00

Pebbles is a playful and energetic 2 year old mix. She is not aggressive with other dogs, but is a bit dog selective. She could work in a home with the right dog; however, a perfect fit for her would be a home where she is the only dog to be doted on. Pebbles is very smart, friendly and loves to be the center of attention. She has been a favorite at the rescue but deserves better, a family and a real home. She is housetrained and loves people and children; older children would better suite her due to her size and playfulness. She has a game she plays where a person throws a ball, she will get it, take it to a hill and let it roll back to you. She loves to repeat this until someone gets tired! She would make a great companion for someone looking for company to go out, explore and exercise. Pebbles also loves belly rubs and playing with toys. A fenced yard would be best for her to run and play in, as well as a dog-experienced owner.
If you are interested in Pebbles, you can contact Grace at and you can set up an appointment to meet her.

Pebbles_1A little bit of breed information:
The American Bulldog is a loyal, reliable and brave breed. They are not a hostile dog but alert and self-confident. This breed genuinely loves children. American Bulldogs have been known for acts of heroism towards their masters. They do best with a firm, consistent, confident pack leader.
The American Pit Bull has a strong desire to please his owners and is good natured, amusing and extremely loyal and affectionate. They are very obedient and highly protective of their owners. The breed does best with proper socialization and a firm, calm, confident pack leader.

“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”
– Unknown