Pet of the Week: Meet Bella!

Here's the latest Pet of the Week, where Pets-n-Us highlights an adoptable animal.

Bella is an adorable eight-year-old female staffordshire terrier mix who weighs 60lbs - she's like a little fire hydrant on legs! A true breed ambassador, Bella gets along with every human she meets, greeting them with the wiggliest bum ever! She also LOVES little dogs, even snarky ones, as well as larger dogs and is easily redirected off cats. She is crate trained, house broken and has no destructive tenancies or separation anxiety. She recently had surgery to remove two mast cell tumors and her prognosis is very positive. Bella is great on leash, and loves to walk and explore daily, followed by a snuggle. One more thing: she will literally lick your ankles, face, neck, arms, anywhere she can set tongue to skin. That's her jam so you'd better love being smothered with kisses! If you think Bella is a good fit for you, please email pbandchi@gmail.com

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