ALEGRA 2023-28666K
Breed: Bully_Breed
Color: Gray
Coat: Short
Age: Adult
♥️This sweet senior is a staff favorite, and the Jeff York Team is covering her adoption cost this week only. She loves people of all ages and all dogs. She is a senior with a playful heart who loves squeezer toys and walking. Alegra is slightly blind in one eye; however, that does not stop her from loving life. She had a rough start, used as a breeder, then dumped to survive independently without human love and kindness. Please, followers, help her find a home. ♥️


Breed: Pitbull Terrier Mix

Color: White/Gray

Gender: Male

Coat: Short/Smooth (Low Maintenance)

Size: Large

Age: Senior


Felines: No

Kid Friendly: Yes

Dog Friendly: Yes

Athen-Limestone Animal Service (ALAS) staff has the sweetest senior that needs out immediately, Alegra. She was found as a stray. Alegra is so gentle, loves people, including being stranger-friendly, loves pets and treats, ear and belly rubs, and is not a barker. He is a perfect lady. She is a curvy girl who loves treats and is treat-motivated. Alegra loves toys.
Alegra is around seven years old and weighs about 69lbs. She loves training and knows the following commands: sit, wait, and come. She is so gentle when taking treats and listens very well. Alegra is slightly blind in one eye, but that does not stop her from being friendly toward people and people. She walks lovely on a leash. She would be a great road dog and excellent to travel with across the country. She is a quiet girl that loves butt rubs and sitting in your lap. She would be perfect for a low to moderately-active family. Alegra can live with her feline friends. She loves people of all ages and dogs of all sizes. She is a gentle soul that needs out.
To apply for Alegra, please go to
, click adopt, and fill out the application to get pre-approved to adopt from ALAS.
ALAS offers a two-week foster-to-adopt program to ensure their fur babies are an excellent fit for your family! Also, ALAS allows shelter dogs to have weekend sleepovers to help them reduce their shelter stress and enjoy some needed one-on-one attention.