What's up, Danny here! I'm a 1-year-old neutered male Pit Bull. I'm a big boy at 64 pounds but I'm full of love! I enjoy cuddling with my person but before that, we better go for a walk because that's one of my favorite things in the world! I'm pretty strong so I'll need to go home with people who have some prior experience and are strong enough to manage me! I'm really treat motivated and already know many of my basic commands. I recently went on a group hike with lots of other shelter dogs and the volunteer who took me noted that I'm pretty good in the car and was very well behaved while on the hike. The shelter's experience and time with me so far tells them that my new adopter and I would benefit greatly from an obedience class. In this case, it is required of my new adopter. To find out more about me and meet me, please ask for Danny, #A801497.
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