Adoptable Pet Spotlight: Meet Little Miss Sunshine

This week’s PetMeds adoptable pet spotlight is on Little Miss Sunshine, a beautiful red and white American Pit Bull Terrier located in south Florida.  This sweet girl is only 8 months old, and she has not yet had even one “meet and greet” with any potential adopters.  Can you give her the forever home she is yearning for?

Little Miss Sunshine is a gorgeous red and white American Pit Bull Terrier girl

Little Miss Sunshine is a gorgeous red and white American Pit Bull Terrier girl.  She is approximately 8 months old.  She is a little hesitant of new surroundings, but warms up quickly and comes out of her shell once she feels comfortable. She is constantly looking around and learning new things. She is curious and eager to please.  She enjoys playing with the other puppy and cat in foster care or just looking out the window to see what the world is like. She is crate trained and working on her potty training skills.

Sunshine gets along with dogs, cats and kids.

Sunshine gets along with dogs, cats and kids. She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, heartworm tested negative, on heartworm/flea/tick prevention, fecal tested, and dewormed.  She is being fostered in Pompano Beach, FL. Contact or call 754-366-3669 for more information.

Little Miss Sunshine is desperately seeking for a furever home! Her foster mom is leaving on vacation for 10 days starting October, and we would like to place her before then, so she doesn’t have to go to boarding for 10 days (We do not think she will do good in a kennel/boarding environment – she will be totally scared and confused).

Update! Sunshine is still looking for her permanent home, and here are some new, adorable photos of Little Miss Sunshine:

Sunshine looking charming in her kerchief

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Erin Gleeson

Erin Gleeson is the Outreach Specialist at 1-800-PetMeds® and works with the 1-800-PetMeds Cares donations program. She has loved animals as long as she can remember and has worked in several veterinary offices in the past as a veterinary technician. She has one cat, Kitsy, and frequently fosters kittens for a local rescue group. You can also find Erin on Google+.

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