(Foster Found) Stella W.

(Foster Found) Stella W.

Breed/Type: Shepherd/Pitt Mix

Location: Bangor, ME

Needs foster care by: October 3, 2023
Needs foster care until: October 15, 2024

Meet Stella. Stella is sweet and loving. silly pit/shepherd mix that needs a place to crash while her owner deploys overseas with the Army. The owner will be deployed from Oct. 3, 2023 – Oct. 15. 2024. The owner is willing to transport within a 24-hour radius of Bangor, ME, or in the state of Texas. All of the East Coast and towards Texas.

Stella is a playful pup who loves going for walks, and playing fetch, though she may not always give you the ball back. Stella is house, leash, and crate trained but doesn’t really need to be crated. No destructive tendencies. When out walking, Stella tends to be very excitable and pulls heavy on the leash to go. Stella can be good at meeting other dogs along the way. Stella has gone to the dog park and does well. Stella has lived with other dogs, but the owner would a foster with friendly, submissive dog.

Stella is very affectionate and loves cuddling and giving kisses, and can be extremely funny. When Stella wants to play, she will bring you toys from her toy box and stare at you until you play with her. Stella can also get the zoomies and run around the house or yard, then will come back and stare at you, then take off running again. Stella is good with people and children, but since she doesn’t know her size, can knock small children over the owner would prefer only older children in the foster home. Also has lived with cats, but chases them.

The owner states Stella will not steal food but will give you puppy dog eyes until you give in and share your food. Stella typically sleeps at the bottom of the bed with the owner and will follow her around the house.

Fur Facts


Female, Shepherd Pitt Mix

4 years old, 63 pounds

High Energy

House, leash, and crate trained.  Pulls on leash

Good with people, older children, and most dogs.  Chases cats.

Can be reactive to alpha-aggressive dogs, or extremely hyper dogs.



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