I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Mack is housebroken. He is a lap dog and a champion fetcher. We can throw anything, inside or outside, and he will bring it back. Mack can sit and speak and we're working on shake now. He's smart and catches on fast. He walks nicely on a leash. I can slowly ride my bike and he'll run on a leash along side of me. Mack is living in our house with two old dachshunds and a setter who are very submissive, but Mack does not like other dogs in general and he challenges all dogs. He needs to be in a home where he is the only dog because he is dog aggressive. He will fight with another dog. He is okay with cats. Somebody took very good care of Mack and it shows. He quickly understands what you need. Mack has a condition known as a prolapsed urethra that appears mostly in Bull Dogs. Being neutered helps manage this condition and that was done immediately when he came into our program. He runs around and plays with no problems and has experienced only one time where his urethra had bled. He was treated with antibiotics and we don't allow him to lick his penis which would irritate this problem. I put a cone on his head when he is left alone so he doesn't lick. Please look this up on line so you can see what the issue is about. The worst cases on the internet require surgery, but Mack has only had one episode in the 10 months I've cared for him. Mack is a high energy dog and he needs daily walks and/or somebody to throw the ball so he can run and bring it back until he's tired. He needs to have a fenced in yard. This is to protect against the dog aggressiveness and give him a chance to burn off energy off a leash. Throwing a ball in the yard for a while would work on those days that you can't take him for a long walk. This little guy will make somebody a wonderful companion. He will sit with you all day long, wait in the car while you run errands, and be your right hand man. If you are interested in meeting or adopting Mack, please complete an online application.
Apply at: http://www.plannedpethood.org/dogs/available.html