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Find a Friend | Ellie Mae, the American Staffordshire Terrier

Find a Friend: Ellie Mae the American Staffordshire Terrier

Ellie Mae is a curvy, country girl with a healthy appetite and a silly smurk.

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Ellie Mae is a curvy, country girl with a healthy appetite and a silly smurk.

Y'all come back now, ya hear? With a radar ear on alert for wayward snacks, Ellie Mae is a curvy, country girl with a healthy appetite and a silly smurk. She's met rowdy cousins (think Jethro) but prefers to couch-cuddle rather than "rassle." Unlike the old TV show character, this Ellie Mae found herself taking care of babies at a tender age. Always smiling, Ellie Mae hopes the change of season will finally signal her turn for a safe and loving home. She's totally potty trained, crate trained, spayed, vaccinated, and gets along with the other foster dogs. Be a hero and "fall" in love with Ellie Mae. Contact .

Find a Friend: Ellie Mae the American Staffordshire Terrier 10/10/16 [Last modified: Monday, October 10, 2016 7:27am]
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