Meet Blake

Blake

Status Available for Adoption
Adoption Donation $375.00
Color White & Tan
Age 2 Years
Sex Male
Size 58 Lbs.
Good with Dogs Yes
Good with Cats Yes
Good with Kids Unknown

Meet Blake! This 2-year old loveable beefcake came to us from our friends at local animal control after his owner could no longer care for him. Blake has a soft, glamorous face and a huge pittie smile.With the biggest head around (and the personality to match!), Blake will capture everyone’s attention with his jester-like antics and playful personality. With Blake, it’s always Tongue-out Tuesday! He has earned the nickname “derp” in his foster home since his tongue adorably hangs out much of the time, upping his cuteness factor tenfold.

Blake is a little linebacker who loves to sniff and leans into things for further full-body exploration. He loves walks so he can sniff everything in sight! He has tested Lyme positive and has recently completed his course of antibiotics with no lasting effects from the Lyme. He doesn’t love the crate, but can be easily separated in his own room. And he loves the car, as long as he can be next to you as a proper co-pilot in the front seat. Blake does well with his pittie foster sibling, and could live with a compatible canine of similar size and energy level. Blake co-exists with his feline foster siblings, but would prefer a home without cats. And he has a newfound hobby of chasing squirrels and other small wildlife. Due to his size and lack of history, older kids, or a home without kids, would be best for this less-than-petite peanut.

We extend our sincere thanks to the following sponsors for supporting Blake!

♥ One time donation from Ty C. of Leominster, MA in memory of PLR alum, Jolie who is very much missed.
♥ One time donation from Alyssa F. of Norwood, MA. In loving memory of dear, sweet Moira – the best girlie ever! ❤❤
♥ One time donation from Lauren C. and her PLR alum pittie, Doris, of Lowell, MA in honor of Stephanie B.’s Birthday!
♥ One time donation from Sarah C. of Brookline, MA in loving memory of PLR alum, Meatball.