At 62 pounds, he’s convinced he's a lap dog. Bouncer walks very nicely on leash and can be walked along side other dogs. He has had basic obedience training more than once over the years, With a little refresher and encouragement, he remembers basic commands: “sit, stay, down”. He is eager to please if he can figure out what is expected of him.
This “bouncy” bubbly happy guy is naturally sweet-natured, outgoing, and friendly. Bouncer is a fairly active senior who still enjoys walks and especially car rides. He absolutely loves to play with squeaky toys! He loves to hang out in his crate, so much so that his leash must be left on to encourage him to come out!
Due to resource guarding, Bouncer needs to be in a home without children and other animals. His ideal adopter or long term foster person would have bully breed experience and patience for an adjustment period. Isn’t there a bully breed lover out there who will give this sweet boy his very own home to live out his golden years?
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