Yes, she is sweet, cute and adorable. This maybe helps to find her a home. And that she is only 11 weeks old. To get these dogs to perfect homes is only one reason we post them. The real reason is to not make you feel good at all, but to get you angry and upset. We post these pictures not to give you that fuzzy warm feeling of aw how cute, oh adorable, another fur baby, but to shake and wake you up, Make you aware that there are still so many dogs in Alberta that are born and then need our help. All our help. Although we are glad and grateful the owner surrendered this dog to us, why was she born in the first place? We fixed mom, but will her siblings, given away already, have a long, happy life? Her previous person disclosed that in the last 3 years or so, 5 of his dogs just disappeared. Have changes been made to avoid this easier, or are new pups serving as spares, replacement for those who do not make it? We have been accused of selling puppies and making a profit.Our adoption fees last year covered only a tenth of our vet bills, so not really a well going business, is it? We want change, and sometimes, we are much more than just a rescue group. We are activists. The wellbeing of animals depends on the wellbeing of people, or vice versa.This we have in mind while we work. Please put in an adoption application for this pup we now call Dixie, she needs you. Breed: Pitbull mix. Main characteristics: Extremely affectionate and trusting. Biggest problem: Homeless.