Meet Ruby Jean! She came to us from a shelter in Dekalb County with her two pups. Her puppies have both found their furever homes, now it's Ruby's turn!
This gorgeous girl is approximately 2 years old and is the perfect size at 33 lbs. She is eager to please so training has been pretty quick. She is potty, crate and leash trained and knows basic commands. She still has some puppy goofiness left and is such a love bug. She is happiest in your lap or next to you on a blanket with an antler to chew.
She does struggle a bit with anxiety occasionally. She hasn't been destructive just slow to warm up to new people and situations sometimes. She is friendly with well behaved dogs and loves to play with her foster dog brother. She has two human foster brothers too (ages 8 and 6) and would do well in a house with kids that age or older. She loves all kids but can get rambunctious around little ones.
With her somewhat anxious nature, she would thrive in a home that can provide her with clear expectations and consistency.
Ruby Jean has an estimated DOB of August 2015 and is believed to be an American Staffordshire mix. She has been microchipped, spayed and up to date on vaccinations.
For more information on our adoption process, please visit our website at www.youluckydogrescue.org and read our Adoption FAQ's and Before You Adopt documents. In addition you can complete an online adoption application from our website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
Our adoption fee is $300 and includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay or neuter and microchipping. The breed and age included in this listing is based upon the opinion of a vet that has examined the dog. We cannot confirm the age of the dog unless the dog was born in the care of the rescue. We are located in the metro Atlanta area. We currently do not allow out of state adoptions as a home check is required as part of the adoption process.
Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
Up-to-date with routine shots: Yes
- Adoption Application
- Before You Adopt