I was rescued when I was just a few months old, and I have not had it easy. I had a prolapse rectum at the time. Then I was adopted at 4 months of age and while in my new home it was discovered I was deaf. I became fearful in situations. Sadly my owners were unable to handle the training for a deaf dog and returned me.
I really am an amazing dog and we are working through some training situations. I am learning hand signs and doing great.
I require a fenced in yard and will need someone who is willing to put extra time into special training with me.
You won't be disappointed once you meet me, but since I am deaf, I do need extra training and someone who will work with me on the fear that comes with this disability.
I am a large and playful deaf white American Bulldog. I need a home free of other pets and kids. I like to be petted, and I like to play with balls. I do not have a high prey drive.
My approximate birth date is 2/1/2015.
I am house broken and crate trained.
I eat No Grain Taste of the Wild due to allergies.
I am living in a foster home, but you can meet me at Petco Warren on the weekends.
If you would like to set up a meet and greet, please complete our online adoption application form on our website, and ask for this pet by name!
Please consider volunteering or fostering so we can help save more pets! AND
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The adoption fee includes heartworm test, current vaccines, spay/neuter and microchip!
The adoption fee is $150.
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