Betty White – TX

Betty White – TX

Meet Betty White

Breed: Bull Terrier Mix

Description: White short-haired, black rings around eyes, black nose

Gender: Female

Weight: 50 lbs.

Age: 13 years 4 months

Spayed / Neutered: Yes

House Trained? Yes

Crate Trained? Yes

General Training? Yes

Good with Children? Yes

Good with Other Dogs? Depends

Good with Cats? No

Location / Contact

Residence: At rescue organization

City: Lubbock

State: Texas

Rescue/Shelter: Le'Land's Heart Sanctuary

Contact Name: Phoenix Albright

Phone: (806) 928-7616

Email: lelandsheartsanctuary@gmail.com

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Meet adoptable deaf dog Betty White who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish her and always keep her safe.  She’s a sweet bull terrier mix, and she has been deaf since she was born. She doesn’t know though, nobody has told her!

She is thirteen years old, and has been at Le’Land’s Heart Sanctuary in Lubbock Texas ever since she was surrendered to us as a puppy. We still don’t understand why she hasn’t been adopted yet!

She’s had a few foster homes, but has always been returned through no fault of her own. Her last foster home returned her because their son kept jumping on her and wrapping his arms around her neck, which startles her. Please keep this in mind if you are considering adopting her!

She doesn’t mind other dogs, as long as they are fairly calm and won’t surprise her. She wouldn’t be a good fit with cats though!

Betty White does have bad joints, and must take glucosamine. She also has recurring skin cancer, but we ARE willing to help with treatment costs!

We just want Betty to have a retirement home to spend the rest of her golden years. 🙂 We are looking for someone to either adopt her, or provide her with a long-term foster home.

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