This sweet puppy needs a home of her own. She has had a rough start at
life but you would never know it by her sweet personality. She lost her
eye in an unfortunate accident with another dog but that has not altered
her attitude towards dogs at all. She loves to play with them as well as children
and pretty much everyone else that she meets.
interested in meeting this little girl, please contact Twyla's Friends
Rescue Group and ask about "Lilly" or you can pm me.
See if a Houston area Pit Rescue will help you find a responsible home. Advertising her as a golden lab mix isn't gonna help matters because people answer you thinking thats what they are gonna see. I know its hard to home pits and pit mixes and thats why often times rescues will label them differently, also for insurance purposes but I gotta be honest here, if anyone takes that pup and believes its a golden or lab they should not be owning a pit for lack of education.
Wish we didn't just have a heartbreak I would take her no problem but my heart isnt ready for it because Im still hurting over the other puppy...:-(
I'm not sure what you are referring to but I NEVER said she was a Golden or Lab. But I can say that she does not have any Pit in her that I can see .... no disrespect to Pitties.
I am not trying to deceive anyone. I have said on another local website that she is a "mix" and did not even try to claim she was a particular breed.
She is a super sweet fun loving pup that will probably get up to 50lbs in size. She does have fur similar to a Lab but that's about the only similarity. Judging by her floppy ears and cute little half tail, I'm betting she has a lot of breeds in her but a single breed definitely is not more prominent than the other.
Maybe we are talking 2 different puppies, In this thread... http://www.kingwood.com/messages/need_home she was referred to as a golden with no pictures then it was suggested to take her to a retriever rescue where she was refused because they said she was lab not a golden.......OK maybe I'm blind but I dont see lab or golden in her....I see a pup that comes as close to a pit pup as one can without being a pure bred. Now rescues do way more then me so no way I'm stepping on toes but the family that gets her needs to know the breed the best one can so they can be prepared for what responsibility will come with the pup.
Again maybe I'm blind but I see a bunch of pit in that pup...hence why I would take her if it was the right time...LOL
Well, the original post was when she was younger and probably looked more like a Golden or Lab (I did not have her then and did not start it). But you are incorrect saying she looks like the closest thing to a Pit without being pure bred...No disrespect. She has a double coat and no jaw or bone structure like a Pitties.
Now I think you are being a little irresponsible by trying to put a Pit label on her just from looking at her pics. You are welcome to come meet her if you'd like and you will see how off base you are. I have had many years of experience with lots and lots of different breeds andthat is the only reason I am respectfully disagreeing with you.
At first glance, I thought she had some Pint in her too, but her eye is huge and pits usually have smaller eyes, and they have very pronounced jaws. This puppy looks just like my yellow lab when he was young. The floppy ears could be from some type of terrier mix.
Could have some bulldog or boxer. If it does have some pitbull mixed in, even better. They are the best dogs.