Barron is approx 2 years old and 55lbs. He is a typical Bulldog, he is comical, stubborn, loves to play, loves toys, loves to play in water. He also knows sit and shake. But here is the deal, if you are interested in Barron, you will need to have training experience, you will need to understand resource guarding issues and you will need to understand barrier reactivity issues. He can be very mouthy and pushy and nippy. So you will need to be very experienced in this area.
Barron would do best in a home with true bully breed experience and or training experience. A must with guard breed experience and dogs that need a strong pack leader. Barron can be mouthy and pushy and will do best if you are indeed a leader. He also has a very sweet side too.
No small kids and no cats.
He is dog social and does love to play but will require a dog intro to be sure its the right match for Barron or Barron would do great as an only dog. Barron is also a bit of special needs in that he has a rear leg/foot that has a deformity, but dont let that fool you, he runs and plays as well as any dog out there, check out his video.
Barron is neutered, chipped and current with his vaccinations.
If you are interested in Barron, go to the Bully Pride of Arizona website and complete the on line application. More about our adoption process is also on the Bully Pride of Arizona website. www.bullyprideofaz.com
If your application indicates a possible match, we will call you to schedule a meet and greet.
If you have specific questions, feel free to contact:
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