Kalamazoo Animal Rescue




Additional Pets


Meet Bridgette

American Staffordshire Terrier Mix

No Dogs
Size: Medium
Age: Adult
Approx DOB: 7/01/2016
Gender: Female
Color: Black & White
Weight: 60 lbs
Microchipped

Apply For Bridgette

Bridgette is a very sweet girl who was pulled from Animal Services and had nine puppies that same night. She was a wonderful mother to them.

Bridgette loves her chew toys and to romp around in the yard close to her humans, coming up for some snuggles and pets when she's done chomping on some grass.

Bridgette has been in the rescue for over 215 days! Please consider giving this fun, loving girl a home! She will do best as the only animal in your home.


Renee D is her foster parent. The adoption fee for Bridgette is $250, please complete our online application formspeak to a volunteer if you are interested in adopting Bridgette. A volunteer will contact you.

All Kalamazoo Animal Rescue dogs & puppies are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Dogs have been heartworm tested and if appropriate (age and time of year) all dogs and puppies are given heartworm preventative. All are given medication to rid them of roundworms and checked and treated for fleas & ear mites, if needed. Dogs and puppies are given distemper vaccines and depending on how long the pet has been in foster care, additional distemper vaccine(s) may be necessary and the expense will be incurred by the adopter. Any canine over 4 months of age is brought current on the Rabies vaccine. Additional vet care may have been provided depending on the particular animal's needs. Dogs are individually priced as above.

It is in the best interest of pooch and owner to enroll in an obedience class soon after adoption. After all, you have a lot to learn about your new friend. Both PetSmart and the Kalamazoo Dog Training Club offer a discount to owners with newly adopted dogs. Enroll before any behavior problems start - you won't regret it!


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