Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Belle

1 Oct


We almost didn’t want to post this cutie because we want to keep her around for as long as possible. How FREAKING CUTE is she?! Belle is a 3 month old brindle pittie mix who was transported up north by Rescue-A-Bull. It’s estimated that when she’s fully grown, she’ll probably weigh somewhere around 50 lbs. She’s currently living in foster care with our good friend Kate Senisi, and learning lots of important things that all puppies should know!


Most importantly, she’s learning to cuddle up on her human friends and get some lovin’! But along with that valuable skill, she’s also already learned how to sit, lay down, and is nearly house broken AND crate trained. I mean, this is the ideal situation for potential adopters: adding a dog to your family who has been living with a dog trainer. No brainer, people!


As of late, she’s been accompanying Kate to work, and just chills out like any well-behaved pooch on her bed, with her antler and towel. Kate even says that she’s so well-behaved that if you didn’t know any better, you wouldn’t even realize there was a dog there!


She’s very dog friendly, and plays with her foster brother, Disco, all the time. She’s not pushy at all, like some other puppies and has done very well in supervised play groups with all different kinds of pups. She can be pretty rambunctious, like any puppy, but settles down very easily to relax, as you can see in this next picture.


So if you or anyone you know might be interested in adopting this sweetie (and who wouldn’t be?!), you can email Kate. But don’t waste time, we’re sure this girl is going to get snapped up quick. So you can also fill out an adoption application online.



2 Responses to “Adoptable Pittie of the Week: Belle”

  1. kate with a camera October 1, 2012 at 10:39 AM #

    what a cutie!


  1. Belle the Baby Pittie Mix – ADOPTED | Foster Dogs NYC - July 27, 2013

    […] months old, and is looking for a forever home. Here’s her bio, written by our friends at That Touch of Pit: It’s estimated that when she’s fully grown, she’ll probably weigh somewhere around 50 lbs. […]

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