Pets in Need of Homes: Fawn and Mohammad

These adorable pets from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare need new homes.

Editor's Note: This pet profile has been provided by the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, 1165 Island Park Road, Easton, PA 18042. Visit the center's website or call (610) 252-7722 for more information about adopting a shelter pet.


Fawn is an adult female American pitbull terrier, possibly mixed with some lab. She is petite in size and a very bright girl. Fawn is a graduate of Canine Good Citizens Training and knows all of her commands. She knows "sit," "down," "paw," "stay," "come" and "speak." When the mood strikes her, she will also roll over. Fawn was adopted from the shelter several years ago and lived in a home with children and other animals (although she was bullied by another dog). Because of this, she does pick and choose which dogs she wishes to be friends with. Fawn keeps her cage clean and is believed to be housebroken. 


Mohammad is a 3-year-old male who is poly-dactyl. Take a look at his feet. They are so adorable-looking, like he has mittens on! He was brought to the shelter in April 2010 as an injured stray who was hit by a car. Because of his injuries, he had to have surgery to fix his broken pelvis. Although Mohammad has gone through a lot in his short three years, he is extremely affectionate to the point of giving you kisses. He has made a full recovery and is happy to be off the streets. Don't you want to give this friendly, affectionate cutie a home?


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