Oso came to us as a puppy with parvo which can be deadly for puppies. He survived and not only that, he has thrived and grown into a very large poochie - probably weighing in at 80-100#s!
At this time he could only be adopted by someone very experienced with dogs as he is in need of training, having a desire to "guard" his home. He is not suitable for a home with any other pets or children; adults only who are willing to make a commitment to work with and train him.
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