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Foster Friday: Irvine Super Pet Adoption

This Sunday we are heading south to Orange County to participate in the Irvine Super Pet Adoption! We are very excited to be taking some of our dogs to the event with high hopes they will meet their new forever families. In honor of our inaugural presence at this big event, we thought we should feature our foster dogs who will be in attendance!

Let us begin with Annie. What more can we say about our lovely Annie that hasn’t already been said? She is a great companion, incredibly connected to people, smart and respectful. Her energy can easily match yours; she is happiest just being by your side. Whether its a nice run around the neighborhood or simply lounging by your side on the couch, Annie is happy just to be with you. She is two years old, house broken, crate-trained and good with other well-matched dogs with a proper introduction. Annie is a beautiful girl with a lot of love to give; once she finds her family, they will realize how lucky they are to have her!

Next on the list, we have Luna. She is one of our newer members to the Angel City Pit Bulls family, and we absolutely adore her. When we met her at the Best Friends Super Adoption, we knew immediately that we wanted to take her under our wings, and so we pulled her from the Baldwin Park Shelter that very day. She is sweet and loving, but most of all, this girl is very smart. She’s very quick to learn new tricks and absolutely loves her toys ... especially a tennis ball! Luna is always up for a game of fetch, and will eagerly go bounding after a ball whenever she gets the chance. Luna is just one year old, house broken, crate-trained, good with other dogs and people. She is very easily adaptable and mellow, and we think she could thrive in just about any household. Her pictures do not do her justice; come and see how beautiful she is for yourself!

Last, but not least, we have our loving, sweet, silly girl, Georgia. She has the most infectious personality and can bring a smile to everyone who has the pleasure of meeting her. This active girl loves to play, but is very flexible with your choice of activities. Georgia knows her basic commands and walks wonderfully on a leash with a little bit of help from a Gentle Leader™. From her silly wookie-like sounds to her constantly wiggly back end, you just cannot help but love Georgia. She is two years old, house broken, crate-trained, and would do very well with another dog or with a family with kids. She is currently being fostered by a family with a four-year-old girl, and they've become the best of friends!

So, what are you waiting for? Come and meet our sweet dogs this Sunday in Irvine - you won't want to miss it!