Found as a stray, Tully spent over a year behind bars in an overcrowded shelter. We removed him from that situation but until an adopter or foster steps up, he is stuck in a boarding facility.
Tully has done beautifully during visits to volunteers' homes and loves to lay in the sun and play with his toys. Please view his videos to see how Tully absolutely thrives when given the simple comforts of home, and how incredibly upset he is when caged.
After a year surrounded by barking shelter dogs, Tully can be stressed when meeting other dogs. He is working with a trainer to decompress but needs to be the only pet in his forever home. He may be able to live with another calm dog eventually but not at this point. A meet & greet with our trainer would be needed.
Better days lie ahead for this gentle pup. He is a truly special soul who will bring happiness and love to a new family. To arrange a meeting with Tully, contact Road to Home Rescue Support at email@example.com today. He will gladly reward you by rolling over for a belly rub.
Location: Long Island, NY
Tully is an absolute mushball - super sweet
- 77 lb. American Bulldog / Pit mix, appx. 3 years old
- Neutered and up-to-date on shots
- Children 12 and up due to his size
- Tully must be the only pet in the home - no dogs or cats
- Knows basic commands and will walk nicely on leash when given proper exercise
- Smart and willing to learn, he will thrive with an experienced owner who will continue his training
Transport is available to an approved adopter within 3 hours of NYC.
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