Ursula- Adopted

ABOUT ME

Ursula is the most loving little pup. She loves to play with her human foster siblings, her favorite thing to do is follow them everywhere. She is doing amazing with her potty training and loves to go for car rides.

Ursula does great with her foster dog siblings, and even the cats in the home too! Sometimes when she’s outside, she really wants to play with the chickens, but they do not feel the same way. The two kitty cats in her home will let her know that they do not want her to follow them and she will eventually get the hint and move on.

This girl even LOVES to eat carrots. One of the weirdest things she likes to do is lay in the weeds as she is going for a walk but it’s just another reason to love this little girl!

Adoption Requirements

  • All applicants must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Any children in the home or visiting regularly should be at least 5 years of age.
  • Any current animals in the home must be spayed or neutered.
  • We adopt to locations within a 2 hour radius from the Albany NY area (excluding Canada).
  • We DO NOT ship dogs. It is important to us that you meet a dog prior to adoption.
  • Opposite sex placements only. Exceptions made only when the dog in the adoptive home is a SENIOR for its breed (at our discretion) and the dog being adopted is a puppy.
  • Everyone in the home must be in agreement about adding a new dog to the household.
  • You must own your home to adopt a puppy. If you rent we will ONLY consider an adult placement (over the age of 2).
  • If you rent please verify that your landlord will allow pit bulls (we will check). And renters must have a 1 year rental history at current location.
  • If you own, verify that your home owner’s insurance covers the Pit bull breed (if not, we would be happy to give you the name of companies that do not breed discriminate).
  • Please verify that your community does not have any breed specific legislation.

ME AT A GLANCE

Breed: Pit Bull
Sex: Female
Age: 9 weeks (DOB 5/14/2021)
Spayed/Neutered: No