Releash Atlanta - Yolo

Yolo "Elvis"

American Pit Bull Terrier, Boxer,


8 Years
50 Lbs
White and Black
American Pit Bull Terrier, Boxer

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About Me

Some people say I look like a cow

The wonderful people at Releash Atlanta enrolled me in 6 weeks of obedience class to help me be the perfect dog for you. My foster dad is making sure I stay on top of my commands and is always quizzing me on what I know. I know how to "sit", if you tell me to "go lay down" I will go to my doggie bed and lay down, if you tell me to "go to my den" I will go rest in my crate. I am not so good with shaking your hands yet, maybe you can teach me how.

I enjoy chilling on the couch and watching tv with you. When I am not on the couch or my bed I like to play with other dogs. I am a bit shy at first but once I get to know the other dogs I will run with them, chase after them, and wrestle like we are BFFs.

I enjoy long walks and play times in the sun. I am wonderful on a leash, I don't pull at all and when I am happy I prance like a horse. I am learning how to run on a treadmill but I prefer a casual walking pace on the treadmill.

My foster dad tells me I listens well and am attentive, I sure do like treats during training times. I am not destructive and am pretty laid back.

Details About Yolo "Elvis"

  • Temperament
    Middle of the Pack
  • Energy Level
  • Neutered
  • Good with Dogs
    Yes with conditions
  • Good with Cats
  • Good with Kids
  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • Animal Healthy

Notes From Releash Atlanta

Yolo is shy and a little timid/reserved when meeting new dogs, caution should be taken during the meet and greet to ensure the other dog does not come on too strong to spook Yolo. Yolo is not aggressive but might growl if the other dog approach his space too quickly.

Yolo does not appear to be food or water aggressive and is more open to sharing his water with female dogs than male dogs.

About Releash Atlanta

We are a 501c3 non profit, all volunteer run dog rescue organization that matches shelter and rescue dogs with adoptive homes in and around Atlanta as well as giving local rescue groups large and small another outlet to get exposure for dogs you may not have seen otherwise. We also organize big, fun adoption events and parties all benefitting the homeless pets of Atlanta. We do this all in a positive, happy manner and refrain from the sad eyes begging behind bars - there is too much of that out there already. Join us on our mission to make Atlanta a better place for homeless dogs, and help us reach our goal of making adoption easier so people don't have an excuse anymore!

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