Breed: Am Staff blend
Color: White with red nose
Sex: Neutered mail
Age 1.5 2 years
How was dog on initial meeting? Bullet was happily running around the yard when I arrived. I did notice him have two instances of fence fighting with another dog on the property. He came up and greeted me with a friendly smile.
Accepts being pet and handling Eagerly let me examine his feet, ears, and mouth. Accepted brushing very well and loved just hanging out on the ground getting love. Did duck sudden movements, but wasnt anxious or shy. ACS reported him as deaf, he would turn and face me when I called his name. He can hear just fine.
Allows food or toys being taken away? Bullet accepted treats gently, and allowed me to take a high valued treat such as a hot dog out of his mouth. Was good with toys
Introduction to other dogs: Bullet is a little exuberant when meeting other dogs. Bullet tends to have a low tolerance for other dogs that do not accept his boisterous behavior. He would probably be best as an only dog. Definitely no cats, or other pets, I think he would be best suited as an only pet. He did have marks from being in a fight at ACS and fresher ones from Paws Ranch.
How does dog respond to training? Bullet responded very well to positive training. Learned to watch me quickly, and had great attention. Can be a little too treat driven but did very well.
How is dog around children? We did not have children with us, but I would say not a good fit
for very young children. I dont think he would do anything intentionally but I could see him knocking them down.
Notes .Overall Bullet would make a great pet, for someone one with no small children or pets. Best suited for an active infidel or family, I would not recommend him for apartment living
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