I was bottle fed in a WCAL foster home because my litter was surrendered to the shelter without a mother. My litter was just spayed and we are officially available for adoption. Amarillo, also known as Ami ("am-e") is a sweet little lady. She is confident and independent and will happily lay on the porch for a bit with a toy or look for things she can play with rather than trail her foster mom around. She would like the company of another dog in her forever home. Ami is great at feeding time, sits for her food and eats slowly and calmly. She is very smart and will figure a way out of her x-pen to get to the living room where her humans and dog pals are. Amarillo would enjoy a family that has time to spend with her and is up for fun dog-friendly adventures.
This litter is eating both canned and dry food 3x a day, practicing potty training cues and learning how to maneuver around big dogs and friendly cats in their foster home. While we can guess that this puppy will grow to be a LARGE dog, we have not met either parent and do not know their specific breed mix. If adopting a pit bull mix makes you uncomfortable, then this is not the dog for you. We ask that all WCAL puppy adopters commit to attend a 5 or 6 week long reward based training class with their new puppy (we'll help you find a qualified, dog-friendly trainer near you). This is the best way we know how to help you bond with your new pup, give you access to current training techniques and ensure that your new dog becomes a well rounded member of society who won't be surrendered to a shelter or banished to a backyard as an unruly, untrained adolescent.