American Staffordshire Terrier
Picture of Misha, a female American Staffordshire Terrier

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Home:Annapolis, a  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Mush, Le Mush, Meesh, Mushies, Misha Lynn, Mushy Lynn, Mushroom, Blockhead, Crazy

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

November 11th 2001

Jumping on anyone that comes over, running as fast as possible, playing with kitty cats, chasing her tail, going to grandmas and grandpas, swimming, getting her ears rubbed, making people laugh (showing off). . .

Any noises that she can't see where they are coming from, people who have the nerve to not pay 100 total % attention to her, who don't like her because shes an amstaff/pitbull...

Favorite Toy:
A little stuffed animal pug. She carries it around by its neck and takes it outside to sit in the sun with her. She hasn't eatten it yet (like her pokemon stuffed animal R.I.P), just its nose.

Favorite Food:
General Tso's Chicken, grapes, skittles, and mashed potatoes.

Favorite Walk:
anywhere and everywhere.

Best Tricks:
If you put a treat, a ball, well, just about anything on her nose, she will balance and leave it until you say "OK MUSH!" and then she'll flip her head up in the air and eat whatever it was you put on her nose. She learned that when she was 6 mths. old.

Arrival Story:
Drove 8 hours south to North Carolina after getting to know her breeder online for a few months! She slept in my lap the whole way home and it was nothing but love ever since!

Misha is my little girl. She's has some bad luck in her life! Since her first puppy visit, she has been diagonsed with a mild heart murmur. When she was a year old, she tore over 80% of her ACL when she slid turning a corner on wet grass and had to undergo major surgery. Fortuantly, Misha is a trooper and has healed completely. You could never tell she tore it. Before the ACL surgery she was diagonsed with Aortic Stenosis, a very bad heart disease. She is still symptom free but it is something I will have to watch for the rest of her life. Just this past month she had her other ACL repaired in the other back knee. Surgery has really improved during the past few years because her recovery time was much quicker this time. Shes 6 weeks out of surgery now and you would have never have guessed she had anything done to her at all. She's my girl and I worry about her all the time.

Forums Motto:
Ain't Nothin' Gonna Hold me Down, Oh no!

The Groups I'm In:
Pittie People

I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 22nd 2004 More than 13 years!

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